Captioning Training for New Students or the Court Reporter Transitioning to Captioning
Whether you're a beginning student, a seasoned reporter, or a student with prior training, Court Reporting and Captioning at Home has a realtime captioning program for you!  

Train from home at hours that are convenient for you with our NEW revolutionary, multimedia training platform containing hundreds of hours of audio and video dictation, and exclusive studio-produced, animated graphic video tutorials...a first in realtime closed captioning education!

Court Reporting and Captioning at Home offers Superior Technology to Train Faster and Easier, at an affordable cost!

Court Reporting and Captioning at Home programs now include the NEW Blaze realtime writer with flip-up, TOUCH SCREEN technology by ProCAT.  Scroll up, down, or search with a swipe of your finger, just like an iPhone/iPad.

Current Court Reporters
.  Court Reporting And Captioning at Home programs for transitioning court reporters are NCRA-approved for PDCs, and CRAH has partnered with Auburn University to offer them as Professional Development Programs.
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Our students have been offered jobs by the top captioning companies in the country. 

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The question we are asked most often is "How do broadcast closed captioners write on the steno machine?  View the video and meet the owner and developer of the leading closed captioning training program in the country, and see an example of Court Reporting and Captioning at Home's new studio produced animated graphic video tutorials, and "how to write on the steno machine."
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Meet Karen, Court Reporting and Captioning at Home Graduate, and Professional Football Closed Captioner.


Closed Captioning, also known as Broadcast Closed Captioning, or Captioning, is the realtime writing profession that allows people who are deaf or hearing impaired to read captions of all live programming on the television.


CRAH has partnered with Auburn Univversity to offer Professional Development Programs in Closed Captioning and Court Reporting!
Private Educational Funding For Those Who Qualify!  Call for Information.

Captioning jobs are available through national captioning companies, and a starting closed captioning salary is about $75,000 per year, with experienced captioners earning over $100,000 per year.

Realtime court reporters use their skills and translation software to provide captions of television programs such as news, emergency broadcasts, 
sporting events, and other live programs.

Most live broadcast closed captioning jobs are performed by closed captioners writing on a steno machine. The realtime steno machine captioner has proved to be the most accurate and consistent form of realtime writing for television captioning.

Closed Captioning jobs are usually a home based job.  There is currently a high demand for closed captioners with the U.S. Department of Labor projecting job growth of over 18% for the next 6 years.

The broadcast closed captioner, using his or her realtime closed captioning school training, empowers hearing impaired individuals to receive all the entertainment and information broadcast across the airwaves.

When we have national emergencies such as hurricanes, tornadoes, or any emergency requiring a swift response, thanks to broadcast closed captioners using their realtime captioning training, the 28 million hearing impaired people in the United States now have equal access to this critical information.


 How Long is Closed Captioning School?
Traditional captioning schools completion times are about 3 to 6 years. Court Reporting and Captioning at Home substantially reduces the length of training with its self paced homestudy program.

How Much does Closed Captioning School Cost?
Traditional captioning schools costs range from $20,000 to $60,000. The Court Reporting and Captioning at Home Program is $4,999.00.

What Certification is required to be a Closed Captioner?
There is no state certification required to work as a broadcast closed captioner, but the NCRA does offer voluntary certification for the captioning profession.

Still Shots of Court Reporting and Captioning at Home's NEW, Studio-Produced, Animated Graphic Video Tutorials.
This Revolutionary Multimedia Platform is Taking Captioning Training to a NEW Level

What is CART Providing?

CART Providing or Communications Access Realtime Translation is the realtime writing career predominantly employed in the college or university setting, providing equal access for deaf or hearing impaired students to classroom proceedings with a verbatim transcript on their laptop computers.

The Court Reporting and Captioning at Home's trendsetting training program prepares its students for CART Providing as well as realtime court reporting and closed captioning.

The Court Reporting and Captioning at Home
training program has revolutionized Broadcast Closed Captioning Training and CART Providing Training.

Developed specifically for home study training, this state-of-the- art captioning training program and CART providing training program provides the captioning or CART Providing student with the only tools developed specifically for the careers of Broadcast Closed Captioning and CART Providing.

Customized Captioning Training Programs for both beginning students as well as court reporters transitioning to captioning.