Veritext Hosts Realtime Theory I For Court Reporting Students Through Baltimore Community College
Beginning this Fall, Veritext is proud to host Realtime Theory I through the Baltimore Community College, to court reporting students on location in Baltimore, as well as remotely to students in Illinois and Texas. Students located in Illinois and Texas can attend the Fall Semester course at either the Veritext Chicago, IL or Fort Worth, TX offices. Classes will be broadcasted twice a week to these Veritext offices with staff on hand for in-person assistance. For a complete overview of the course, or to register click here!
Theory I will be taught by Joe Koluch, RPR, CSR. Koluch, a court reporter for over 45 years, began teaching reporting in the 1970’s at the University of Maryland. He later became a speed development instructor in the 1990’s at Villa Julie College (Now Stevenson University). Currently, he is the Theory I and II and High-Speed Development instructor for Veritext and the Baltimore Community College, where he assists students to completion in the program, offering his reporting experience and skills as well as his knowledge in two major court reporting CAT software programs.
If you or someone you know is interested in a career in court reporting in TX, IL or MD, please let them know about this exciting new program.
As an advocate for this industry, Veritext believes that a key component to the preservation of the court reporting profession is to provide scholarship and education opportunities for incoming and enrolled students. In addition to offering Realtime Theory I to students, Veritext also offers CEU webinars to reporters across the country to promote, strengthen and advance the time honored profession of court reporting. Please view the Veritext Industry Advocacy page for more information.