Court Reporting Info Session | gotoLTC

From courthouses to TV studios, sports arenas, convention centers, and theaters -- court reporting and broadcast captioning will take you places.

Court Reporting is a high-demand, flexible career with a great salary. Earn your associate degree, then start in this exciting career that boasts a median annual starting salary of $52,000.*

Choose from opportunities in the legal community, live television, and more. Many court reporters enjoy the flexibility working as a freelancer gives them.

Meet court reporters from your area and learn more about how you can start your career in Court Reporting/Broadcast Captioning at an informational session near you!

Program Info Sessions • 5:30 - 6:30 pm

Monday, January 20
Wednesday, February 12
Monday, March 23

At the Info Session, you will:

  • Learn more about attending live, interactive TV classes sent from LTC to your local technical college
  • Plus, learn how you can get started this fall
  • Attend an event near you in: Appleton • Cleveland • Stevens Point • Fond du Lac • Green Bay • Or through an online web conference
  • Plus, find out how we can bring the program to you even if you live too far from a local campus

Register for an event at any of the following locations

Appleton Fox Valley Technical College Room B105
Cleveland Lakeshore Technical College Room L137
Stevens Point Mid-State Technical College Room 111
Fond du Lac Moraine Park Technical College O208.1
Green Bay Northeast Wisconsin Technical College Room BT312
Online Login instructions for the online web conference session

Don't live near one of the locations? No problem!

Sign up for the online web conference session option. (Computer required. Web cam preferred.)

Learn more about the Court Reporting Associate Degree and register for the Info Session to learn even more.

*Salary data is derived from surveys collected by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics and mapped to LTC programs using economic modeling software. As with any survey data, the wages presented here are prone to error and sampling bias. Educational decisions should not be entirely based on the data presented here. The wage data presented here is the median annual salary in the state of Wisconsin as reported by EMSI (Economic Modeling Specialists Intl.). Some people beginning work at jobs in these fields may find a higher or lower starting wage than what is reported here.