Mark Kislingbury Academy Of Court Reporting
Founded by Mark Kislingbury, a world-renowned professional court reporter and captioner, the Mark Kislingbury Academy was developed to, unlike most court reporting schools, teach writing that uses as few strokes as possible versus writing out every word phonetically. We believe this teaching method creates a higher student success rate and the opportunity for graduates to pursue excellence in the numerous career opportunities that are available to them, including, but not limited to official court reporting, freelance court reporting, CART providing, broad cast captioning and more.
At the Mark Kislingbury Academy of Court Reporting, we institute a two-pillared learning system that is founded on Mr. Kislingbury’s Magnum Steno Theory (learning to write short) and Speed building (learning how to practice at high speeds). Through our teaching methods, our goal is to increase the graduation and success rate for professional court reporting students nationwide. Excellence in training and results are the key philosophies the Mark Kislingbury Academy of Court Reporting has been founded on.
Being a student at MKA
At Mark Kislingbury Academy of Court Reporting, we look for students who have a strong desire to succeed and who understand that practice and dedication are a critical component to excelling in this field of study. The Academy provides an environment full of motivation and optimism driven by intense, determined training sessions. Faculty and staff are always on hand to provide help with any questions prospective and current students may have.
Each student also receives Mr. Kislingbury’s dictionary, so there is no need to build their own dictionary from scratch. Students are also set up with a realtime hookup to CAT software from their start date.