Transcriptionists have the power … of the written word
In addition to medical and legal, professional transcriptionists are recognized as important contributors to many industries including large corporations, governmental departments, insurance companies, and banks—all have a need for accurate records. It is because of these efficient and professional transcriptionists that records of all types are now more clearly written and thorough.
New transcription opportunities are emerging as technology in multi-media areas such as podcasts and video applications continues to grow. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment in the transcription field is expected to increase by 6 percent through 2020, with the need for legal transcriptionists also rising.
The objective of the Prince Institute Professional Transcription Associate Degree program is to equip graduates with the skills they need to fill entry-level positions in a wide range of transcription services. These students have excellent English language skills as well as proficiency in oral and written communication.
The Prince Institute Professional Transcription Associate Degree program includes studies in the following:
- Technical skills including computer, transcribing equipment, and software
- Transcript editing and proofreading
- General office procedures
- Professional ethics and etiquette
To find out more about how you can be on your way to a rewarding career as a professional transcriptionist in 18 months, contact Prince Institute today.