Court reporters, legal videographers, and other legal technology professionals looking to up their game with the realtime services they provide to clients should make plans to attend the Realtime Systems Administrators Workshop at NCRA’s 2014 TechCon April 11 – 13 in Atlanta, Ga. The workshop is designed to equip attendees with the technical knowledge and troubleshooting skills needed to stand above the crowd. The two-day workshop concludes with NCRA’s Realtime Systems Administrator Exam.
“The Realtime Systems Administrator program gives you the ultimate experience in training and knowledge, enabling you to have confidence in setting up your equipment and in your ability to troubleshoot realtime connections,” says Jim Woitalla, RDR, CRI, from Minnetonka, Minn., co-chair of NCRA’s Realtime Systems Administrator Certificate Committee.
Court reporters, legal videographers, and other legal technology professionals who are not quite ready to attend the Realtime Systems Administrator Workshop can take advantage of NCRA’s new Realtime Systems Administrator Prep Course also being offered at this year’s TechCon. The prep course is designed to provide attendees with the information they will need to ensure success when taking the Realtime Systems Administrator Workshop and the Realtime Systems Administrator Exam.
“The Realtime Systems Administrator Prep Course is perfect for folks interested in boosting their skills in the realtime environment but who have not had the opportunity to yet to expand their abilities. Attendees of this course can expect to take away with them a better understanding of how their computer thinks, what makes it tick, and how it talks to others,” says Keith Lemons, RPR, CRR, from Brentwood, Tenn., course instructor and a member of NCRA’s Technology Education Committee.
NCRA’s TechCon 2014 is being held at the Grand Hyatt Atlanta in Buckhead, Atlanta, Ga. For information, including more about the scheduled workshops or sessions, or to register, please visit www.ncrag.org/techcon.