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My Steno Services


My career as a Court Reporter (stenographer) commenced in 1997 at the Auckland District Court, New Zealand. In 1998, the Court offered an in-house training program teaching steno, and after an intense application process, I was selected as a trainee to participate in the training course which commenced in 1999.

I started providing Realtime services using machine shorthand (steno) and Computer-Assisted Transcription (CAT) software in the year 2000, and I moved to Sydney in 2001, where I continued working as a Court Reporter in the Reporting Services Branch.

Since 2005, I have been dedicated to providing Business Systems Support and Training to Court Reporters, and to further develop my skills and expertise in this niche, I have travelled to the USA where I obtained my Realtime Systems Administrator certificate and Certified Reporting Instructor (CRI) certification from the National Court Reporters Association.

Although this is a non-accredited training course, you can rest assured that you will be receiving training and instruction from a highly-skilled and qualified trainer within this industry.


  • 2017 - Certified Reporting Instructor certification (CRI) - National Court Reporters Association (USA)
  • 2014 - ITIL Foundation Certificate in IT Service Management
  • 2013 - Realtime Systems Administrator certificate (RSA) - National Court Reporters Association (USA)
  • 2013 - Certificate IV in Frontline Management
  • 2012 - RSB Shorthand Speed Certification: 210 and 220 wpm
  • 2011 - Diploma of Project Management
  • 2011 - Certificate IV in Training and Assessment
  • 2010 - Recipient of Annual Achievement Award for Delivery Service – Individual (RSB)
  • 2009 - Certificate IV in Training and Assessment
  • 2001 - Commenced working at Reporting Services Branch (RSB), NSW Department of Justice
  • 1999 - Pitmans machine shorthand certificates: 120, 140, 150, 160, 170, 180 wpm