A Detailed guide to working as a successful general transcriptionist.
Get the training you need to work as a successful general transcriptionist--from setting up your foot pedal to getting paid--all through easy to follow video walk-through tutorials. Whether you've never done transcription before or you've started but are struggling, this course is for YOU.
The main requirement to being a transcription is having a strong foundation in the English language (including grammar, punctuation, spelling, and sentence and paragraph structure). Secondly, you need to know how to type and have a minimum speed of 50 wpm. Thirdly, you must have a "good ear," being able to catch all that is being said and discern who is saying it.
MYTH: Transcription is dictating doctor's notes with a bunch of medical jargon.
TRUTH: Transcription varies greatly depending on the genre. Examples include medical, legal, tech, fitness, video production, food, lifestyle, etc. (Watch the video on defining transcription.)
MYTH: You need to take a course that provides a certification to be a general transcriptionist.
TRUTH: It is highly recommended that you take a course and be certified for LEGAL or MEDICAL transcription. Most companies require their subcontractors are certified and it affords higher pay rates in most instances. That being said, you do not need to be certified to be a GENERAL transcriptionist. In 20 years, I've NEVER had a single client or company ask me if I had a certification as a general transcription nor require one.
MYTH: You can't make more than minimum wage as a general transcriptionist.
TRUTH: The earnings potential depends on many factors. That being said, you can definitely earn more than a "minimum wage" equivalent. (Watch the video for more information.)
MYTH: You have to type SUPER fast to do general transcription.
TRUTH: While speed is an important part of doing general transcription, you also have to have a "good ear," recognizing what people are saying and who is saying it. (Sign up for the free webinar to learn more.)
MYTH: It's too costly to start. There's too much equipment/software to buy.
TRUTH: You likely have much of what you need in your home and on your computer. The costs are much lower than you might think! (Sign up for the free webinar to learn more.)
MYTH: An excellent course that teaches all the nuances about becoming a general transcriptionist and running an at-home business is just TOO costly.
TRUTH: There are several in-depth courses that teach general transcription. Pricing that include all the topics you'll find in the Transcription Biz Basics course start at around $500 to as high as $800+. This course is purposefully priced lower than its value. WHY? Because I know the struggles of wanting - needing a work from home job, truly needing the training, but it being too far out of my budget. The value you will get out of this course far exceeds the cost. I want to invest in your success and you should too!
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In this course, you will learn:
In this course, you will learn:
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You will be learning from someone who has 20 years of experience in the transcription industry. Starting out in 1999, she has experience working as a subcontractor for two medium-sized transcription firms, one court reporter, and a large legal transcription company. She also has five years of experience working through freelance sites and directly with clients.
Tina Pham is the Owner/Operator of Pham Transcription Services. Her philosophy is to focus on the clients, their companies, and the real purpose for the transcripts. This has allowed her to not just take transcription jobs, but to become an integral part of her clients' teams. This had led to being mentioned (for her contribution via transcripts) on websites, blog posts, and even named in three books, the third just released in the spring of 2019.
Learn from someone who doesn't just teach about transcription, but who is transcribing each and every week, aware of what is changing in the industry and what it takes to be a successful general transcriptionist.
Whether you are just starting out as a transcriptionist or are struggling in your transcription business, now is the time to dive into this detailed course to working as a successful transcriptionist!