From Court Reporter to CART Captioner

CART is Communication Access Realtime Translation from spoken to written language.  Microsoft, YouTube, and Zoom (in beta testing) are companies translating speech to text using automatic speech recognition algorithms.  Auto-captions provide no punctuation, no speaker identification, and no realtime correction, leaving CART consumers without effective communication access.  So is there a market for trained, accurate CART providers?  Absolutely.  STAR webinar attendees will learn from the CART expert, Gayl Hardeman, FAPR, RDR, CRR, CRC, CRI, about the task of transitioning from court reporter to CART captioner.

This is a prerecorded video from the live webinar held on Tuesday, July 28, 2020.

Please note that the recorded video is choppy during the replay of a YouTube video during the approximate times of 5:00-8:42.  To view the YouTube video in its entirety, click here.

To apply to NCRA for CEUs for this webinar, you will be required to take and pass a 5-question quiz which will become available after completion of the webinar. After successfully passing the quiz, your certificate of attendance will be automatically sent to your email on file with details on submission to NCRA.