Fees include textbooks, audio files and individual tutoring, use of a Steno School loan machine and speed development material. Our course is flexible, so students can commence whenever it suits them.  Our instructors are highly qualified court reporters and captioners with established careers in machine shorthand.

There are three ways in which you can pay for the course.  Fees are $1750 per academic year and a $100 deposit is required to secure a place in the course.  We also provide for the course to be paid in two instalments of $950 each.  On payment of the first instalment we will send the first 10 lessons and on payment of the second instalment the second 10 lessons.  And thirdly, you can pay per quarter at $500 for each five lessons.  We also provide free bonus lessons teaching prefixes and suffixes and lessons to kick-start your speed building and accuracy which will be supplied when you have completed your theory chapters.

A security payment of $200 for the manual steno machine is also required which is refundable on safe and prompt return of machine and tripod.

Summary of fees

Part course fees as deposit (non-refundable) $100
Balance fees (includes loan of machine, tripod, and tapes)

or two half-yearly payments

or four quarterly payments

$1650

$950

$500

Security on loan machine, tripod and tapes
(refundable on safe prompt return of machine, tripod and tapes)
$200

There is no refund of monies should a student wish to withdraw once studies have commenced.

Please click here to download an the-steno-school-enrolment-application.