Alaska Court Reporting Schools

 

               


Much information about the role of a court reporter is available on the website of the Alaska Shorthand Reporters Association (ASRA).  Becoming a member of the ASRA offers the valuable benefit of networking with other court reporters.  There is presently no state certification requirement or licensure board for court reporters in Alaska.  That being the case, once training is received, a court reporter can begin seeking employment.  Though certification is voluntary, many court reporters in Alaska have opted to obtain the Registered Professional Reporter (RPR) certification through the National Court Reporters Association.

Presently there are no physical campuses offering court reporter training in Alaska.  However, many reputable educational facilities throughout the nation offer quality court reporter training programs which can be completed online from the comfort of your home.

Becoming a Court Reporter in Alaska

Because certification is not a requirement for court reporters in Alaska, a court reporter may begin a practice once training is completed.  Employment can be sought through the local court reporting firms, as well as through listings in the National Court Reporters Association’s JCR Classifieds.

The United States Department of Labor Bureau of Labor Statistics does not currently provide information about the occupation of court reporting in Alaska.

 

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