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Instructor: Mark Kislingbury
Credits: 1.5 hours or .15 CE (NCRA)
Date Recorded: April 10, 2024
Recording Access: Unlimited viewing on our website for at least 90 days.
Suitable for all court reporters who write steno, regardless of CAT software.
*This webinar is not recommended for users who do not write steno.
**Fees associated with submitting certificates to NCRA, or any other organization are not included with purchase.



Recommended for All Stenographers

Struggling to keep up with the demands of high-speed testimony? Join world record holder Mark Kislingbury (360 wpm!) in our upcoming webinar, Writing Short: The Key to Speed & Accuracy.

In this session, you'll learn:

  • The secrets of writing short: Discover Mark's proven methods and patterns to minimize strokes and maximize speed.
  • Practical strategies for shortening your writing: Gain actionable takeaways to immediately start streamlining your shorthand.
  • How to unlock the power of right-hand phrase enders: Master this powerful phrasing tool for increased efficiency and accuracy.

Don't miss this unique opportunity to gain insights from a stenographic legend and take your speed and accuracy to the next level!

There will be a quiz after the live webinar located on the video page to get your certificate of attendance. You will be automatically granted access to the video page once you complete your purchase.


Trainer Qualifications & Bio

Mark Kislingbury, CSR, RDR, CRR, FAPR

Mark Kislingbury launched his career as a freelance court reporter in 1983 in Houston, Texas, accumulating an impressive 41 years of experience. Pioneering realtime reporting, he clinched victory in 13 NCRA speed and realtime contests. Mark's prowess earned him a Guinness World Record in 2004 for typing 360wpm, a feat he surpassed in 2022 with 370wpm. In 2023, he set another record, transcribing a 5-minute test at 320wpm with 97.5% accuracy. As the author of four court reporting books and the founder of the Magnum Steno Club, Mark also established the Mark Kislingbury Academy of Court Reporting in 2011, boasting numerous successful graduates in an average of two years. His contributions extend to developing the Magnum Steno Theory and publishing "My System: The Road to Realtime Excellence." Mark resides in Houston, Texas, with his wife and three adult children.