This is an introduction to conflict-free realtime translation basic theory of the shorthand machine.  Through a study of phonics, the student is led to hear speech as sounds and to transmit the sounds through the fingers to the keyboard.  Students learn to read from plated notes at a rapid rate of speed.  Students will develop listening and concentration skills, which will aid in machine shorthand writing.  Though there is no speed requirement for SH100, students will be introduced to gradual speedbuilding with a high degree of accuracy.  Grades for this course will be based on shorthand skill and knowledge.  

This is an introduction to conflict-free realtime translation basic theory of the shorthand machine.  Through a study of phonics, the student is led to hear speech as sounds and to transmit the sounds through the fingers to the keyboard.  Students learn to read from plated notes at a rapid rate of speed.  Students will develop listening and concentration skills, which will aid in machine shorthand writing.  Though there is no speed requirement for SH100, students will be introduced to gradual speedbuilding with a high degree of accuracy.  Grades for this course will be based on shorthand skill and knowledge.  

This is an introduction to conflict-free realtime translation basic theory of the shorthand machine.  Through a study of phonics, the student is led to hear speech as sounds and to transmit the sounds through the fingers to the keyboard.  Students learn to read from plated notes at a rapid rate of speed.  Students will develop listening and concentration skills, which will aid in machine shorthand writing.  Though there is no speed requirement for SH100, students will be introduced to gradual speedbuilding with a high degree of accuracy.  Grades for this course will be based on shorthand skill and knowledge.  

This is a continuation of SH100, Computerized Machine Shorthand Theory I. Students will continue to master learning conflict-free realtime translation basic theory of the shorthand machine. Through a study of phonics, the student is led to hear speech as sounds and to transmit the sounds through the fingers to the keyboard. Students read from plated notes at a rapid rate of speed. Students will develop listening and concentration skills, which will aid in machine shorthand writing. Students will be introduced to gradual speedbuilding with a high degree of accuracy. Grades for this course will be based on shorthand skill and knowledge. 

This is an introduction to conflict-free realtime translation theory of voice writing to provide instantaneous translation.  Through a study of phonics, the student is led to hear speech as sounds and to transmit the sounds through the use of voice recognition and CAT software programs into realtime translation.  Students learn to dictate at a rapid rate of speed.  Students will develop listening and concentration skills, which will aid in voice writing.  Though there is no speed requirement for SH110-240V, students will be introduced to gradual speedbuilding with a high degree of accuracy.  Grades for this course will be based on voice writing skill and knowledge.  

VB101  This is a comprehensive course that covers realtime translation theory.  Through a study of phonics, the student is led to hear speech as sounds and to transmit the sounds using an accepted technology.  Students will develop listening and concentration skills, which will aid in accuracy and speed.  Students will begin speedbuilding with a high degree of accuracy.  Grades for this course will be based on skill and knowledge.  

This is a continuation of SH100, Computerized Machine Shorthand Theory I. Students will continue to master learning conflict-free realtime translation basic theory of the shorthand machine. Through a study of phonics, the student is led to hear speech as sounds and to transmit the sounds through the fingers to the keyboard. Students read from plated notes at a rapid rate of speed. Students will develop listening and concentration skills, which will aid in machine shorthand writing. Students will be introduced to gradual speedbuilding with a high degree of accuracy. Grades for this course will be based on shorthand skill and knowledge. 

This is an introduction to conflict-free realtime translation basic theory of the shorthand machine.  Through a study of phonics, the student is led to hear speech as sounds and to transmit the sounds through the fingers to the keyboard.  Students learn to read from plated notes at a rapid rate of speed.  Students will develop listening and concentration skills, which will aid in machine shorthand writing.  Though there is no speed requirement for SH100, students will be introduced to gradual speedbuilding with a high degree of accuracy.  Grades for this course will be based on shorthand skill and knowledge.