Baton Rouge School of Court Reporting Announces New Location
Baton Rouge School of Court Reporting (brscr.com), an online and local court reporter training school, is moving to a new location effective 11/1/11.
Baton Rouge, LA (PRWEB) October 25, 2011
Baton Rouge School of Court Reporting, LLC (BRSCR), an online and local court reporting school, is pleased to announce a new location effective 11/1/11. The new building, located at 13003 Justice Avenue, Baton Rouge, LA 70816, will be the main campus for all onsite students as well as the support operation for its various online programs.
“We are very excited about the new space,” says Pamela Giardina, school director. “We’ve enjoyed our time in our current building, but it’s also been a fairly sterile setting. I know our students and staff will find the new Justice location to be a warm, comfortable and energizing place to attend school.”
BRSCR has been teaching court reporting and related programs since January of 2006. It offers training in court reporting (both machine writing and voice writing,) CART/Captioning (machine and voice, including classroom captioning and broadcast captioning) and Scopist training. It also offers resume-building courses in Administrative Assistant and Legal Assistant Training.
“As our school has continued to evolve, more and more students have opted for online schedules, whether to fit into other life obligations or to cut down on commuting time and expense,” says Giardina. “The new location is a great compromise between onsite and online, with all the great options our students expect.”
To supplement the dedicated classroom instruction on campus, each classroom is equipped with live streaming video cameras so that online students — or onsite students who find themselves away from campus for a day — can log in and watch and listen to the classroom sessions in realtime. Students may even submit their class participation notes immediately after class for attendance credits.
The new campus features multiple dictation/instruction classrooms, administrative offices, kitchen areas and private restrooms. The space is part of an office complex that includes a shady common area with benches amid towering crape myrtles, and parking that is both convenient and plentiful.
“Court reporting school can be a challenge,” says Giardina. “The students are fired up and looking forward to the change of scenery.” If BRSCR’s goal was to find the perfect place for its students to thrive and succeed, with the new Justice Avenue location, it feels it has met that challenge.
BRSCR also has a sister campus — Professional Institute of Court Reporting, Inc. — on North Hullen Street in Metairie, Louisiana, offering onsite instruction in court reporting.
For more information about online and onsite programs, visit: http://www.brscr.com
Contact the Admissions Office: 225-218-4919 or e-mail Admissions(at)brscr(dot)com.
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