1251 Court reporters, medical transcriptionists and related occupations
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Lead statementCourt reporters record and transcribe verbatim the proceedings of courts, legislative assemblies and committees, and prepare transcripts for use by judges, tribunals and quasi-judicial panels. They are employed by courts of law, provincial and federal legislative assemblies and committees, or they may be self-employed. Medical transcriptionists record, transcribe and edit dictation by physicians and other health care providers, surgical proceedings, health-related reports and other medical documentation. They are employed by hospitals, medical clinics and doctors' offices, or they may be self-employed. Closed captioners and other transcriptionists are included in this unit group.
- closed captioner
- Hansard reporter
- court reporter
- medical transcriptionist
- Court reporters require completion of secondary school.
- Completion of a college or other program in court reporting is usually required
and the Chartered Shorthand Reporter (CSR) certificate may be required for court reporters.
- Medical transcriptionists require completion of secondary school.
- Completion of a recognized medical transcription program is usually required
and the Certified Medical Transcriptionist (CMT) certificate may be required for medical transcriptors.
- There is some mobility between occupations in this unit group and other occupations requiring similar knowledge of legal or medical terminology, such as legal or medical administrative positions.
- Legal administrative assistants
- Medical administrative assistants