COLLEGE/WESTEC STUDENTS PASS STATE LICENSE TEST!
Taft College at WESTEC court reporting students successfully
passed the rigorous testing requirements of the California
Court Reporters Board and have received their Certified
Shorthand Reporters license! The four, pictured below, are
(left to right), Katie Johnson, Ashley Keene, Aubrey Mesa
and Alyson Duclos.
In order to
receive a Certified Shorthand Reporters license in the state
of California, students must pass a 200 word per minute
dictation test, along with two written exams, an English
test as well as a Professional Practices exam.
What is WESTEC?
WESTEC is a non-profit 501(c)(3) educational cooperative offering short
and long-term training programs in a wide variety of subject areas. We
partner with local community colleges to fund our programs and provide
students college credit upon completion of classes.* WESTEC has been in
continuous operation since 1982.
Diverse Program Offerings
Whether you are an individual sent to us by an employment agency, or you
are one of our many large business clients sending huge teams of
employees for training, our solutions can meet your unique needs. And
these programs and services have close integration with standards and
practices you already know and use every day, like California and
Federal OSHA standards, and the PASSPORT Petroleum orientation.
*College credit varies and is not offered for all classes.