The CCVS learning environment is positive and supportive.
CCVS has an exceptional realtime program that meets the stringent National Court Reporters Association (NCRA) requirements. Our mandate is twofold. We are committed to sending our graduates into the workforce as the best in the field by providing them with a solid, well-rounded education that equips them with the necessary skills to succeed. This includes training not only in building speed, but also in the other important areas of English (grammar, punctuation, sentence structure, editing Q&A transcripts), court reporting procedures, medical terminology, and legal terminology. Our thorough and rigorous curriculum is essential to ensuring success in today's highly competitive working environment.
At CCVS, we teach Phoenix Theory, a conflict-free realtime theory, offering both maximum computer and operator compatibility. Because of its attributes, Phoenix Theory is considered by the president of the National Court Reporters Association (NCRA) to be one of the pre-eminent tools in facilitating the success of industry graduates today.