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Upcoming NCRA Learning Center webinars are informative, relevant to member priorities

NCRA has worked incredibly hard to bring a whole year of new content to the NCRA Learning Center and three exciting webinars are on tap for the month of March. If you have missed any of the live webinars of 2023, you can now find them on demand in the Learning Center.

The NCRA Learning Center’s next live webinar is It’s Not Just About the Transcript Anymore! on March 1 at 8 p.m. Eastern. In this webinar the NCRA STRONG Committee will share best practices to protect yourself and your clients’ data from cybercriminals. This webinar will be free to NCRA members as a member benefit. 

Next up is Empower Yourself on March 15 at 10 a.m. Eastern. Join 7th degree Sr. Master Will Ashcraft as he shares how to raise your situational awareness as well as self-defense strategies.

To round out the month, NCRA is pleased to welcome back Keri November, a Deaf ASL Instructor at Case Western Reserve University for her live webinar ASL and Deaf Culture in a Nutshell on March 29 at 2 p.m. Eastern. November previously presented for NCRA with her husband last April in the webinar Advocating for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing where she touched on Deaf culture and shared the sign language basics a court reporter or captioner may need to use with a deaf signer. Cynthia Ducar, NCRA’s Professional Development Program Manager, stated that she invited November back to share more about Deaf culture and American Sign Language as it pertains to court reporting and broadcast and CART captioning. “Keri has a unique perspective as a deaf individual working in higher education as she conveys how we as professionals can better serve the deaf and hard-of-hearing communities.”

Webinars do not need to be viewed live. They can be purchased and viewed within a 30-day window of the presentation date. Live webinars will also be available for purchase later as on-demand webinars.

Please note that all dates, titles, and presenters are correct at the time of publication but are subject to change. For up-to-date information, visit the NCRA Learning Center or check the latest JCR Weekly.