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SOUND BYTES - Sept 2018



President's Message

by Geoffrey L. Hunt, AAERT President

 

I hope all of our members had a good summer. It is a time we all enjoy and spend time with friends and family. With Labor Day behind us, it is time to turn our attention to the business at hand.

 




Open Letter to the Court Reporting Community

by Geoffrey L. Hunt

 

This is an open letter to the court reporting community of official and freelance court reporters, court reporting firm owners, and court reporting schools. For those who have been staying informed as to the evolution of the court reporting profession, you are aware of the internal and external forces and the resulting changes that are occurring.


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Practice Produces Proficiency

by K.C. Corbin, CER, CET

 

The Certification Committee has been working hard to give members the tools needed to pass the certification tests. One of the major accomplishments is to provide a practice transcript for testers to download audio and transcribe to prepare for the practical portion of the Certified Electronic Transcriber certification test. After creating the transcript, there is also a key available to compare your transcript against.



Handling Distractions in the Workplace

by Kristin MacRae

 

I hear this on a weekly basis, “I get so many distractions throughout the day, it’s impossible to get any work done.” We all have interruptions and distractions in our day. You may have received an urgent phone call and need to drop what you’re doing to handle it. Your emails may be piling up by the minute. Your co-workers are standing over you dropping items into your inbox.


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