AAERT Membership Information
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AAERT members benefit from the strength of a national organization. As a group, we can speak with one voice to be heard on various issues which affect the E-Reporting industry. Join our growing network and enjoy the advantages of peer support. Across the nation and beyond, AAERT members are working together to make a difference in promoting electronic / digital reporting.
Our quarterly e-newsletter, The Court Reporter, updates us on legislative issues and industry news.
Technology reviews inform us on new products and developments.
On-line member search.
Networking opportunities become available, including Internet access to AAERT resources. Certain supplier discounts and special manufacturers' offers may be offered such as court reporting and transcription supplies through Pengad, a word expander solution through SpeedType, and a discount program through the Staples Advantage Program.
Professional liability and disability group insurance plans are available.
An annual E-Reporting and E-Transcribing Conference offers opportunities for continuing education, networking and planning, and gives professionals a voice on specific issues.
An annual Executive Forum for Corporate and Vendor members to connect, network, and discuss industry business-related issues.
CER and CET certification testing is conducted online in selected locations throughout the US, Canada, and beyond for digital practitioners.
The Best Practices Guide is a comprehensive manual for all E-Reporting / E-Transcribing professionals.
Our Government Relations Committee works to educate on a national and state basis.
Is defined as persons who are/have been engaged in the profession of electronic reporting, transcribing, proofing, managing or administration. This classification does not include those in the Apprentice Membership classification..
Is defined as those corporations, partnerships, joint ventures, and sole proprietorships that hold a business license with a governmental agency to conduct the business of electronic reporting and/or transcribing.
Is defined as those corporations, partnerships, joint ventures and sole proprietorships that supply goods and/or services to members in order for them to perform their duties according to professional standards.
*Apprentice / Intern / Learner $75:
Entry-level learners, interns, or those with less than two years’ experience in the court reporting and/or transcription field. (No more than 1 year at this membership level is allowed.)
— e.g., with less than two years' experience. *This membership is a non-voting member level effective June 24, 2011. Effective October 25, 2011 Apprentice Members may not sit for any AAERT certification exam.
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