Saturday, May 21, 2011
Court Reporting at Home (CRAH) Program
I highly recommend Court Reporting at Home (CRAH) program. Why? First, I can't find one person who has anything negative to say about it. Second, I believe it to be the only NCRA approved program that is specifically developed for home study. Third, the entire program is only about $5,000, which is less than a single tuition payment at a vocational school.
I purchased the CRAH program (see photo) used for $450. I was lucky to come across it, and from what I read on the first page of the theory manual (the blue binder), a person is not allowed to resell the material.
The program included the theory manual--which contains 20 lessons, the practice and reference manual (white binder), necessary academic material on law, medical terms, etc. (the black binder), and 20+ CDs which contain dictation tests/practice for the theory lessons and speed building dictation practice (60 to 225 WPM). I also received 2 StenEd books, but I'm not too sure if they were part of the original program.
Posted by Ken at 7:34 AM