Build Your Speed With Shorthand at the University of Gloucestershire

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Despite pre-dating the digital age, shorthand remains a valuable skill in the 21st century.
And a new Teeline Shorthand Beginners course at the University of Gloucestershire is an opportunity to  learn a new skill or develop existing talents.
Starting on Monday October 4 at the University’s Pittville Studios in Albert Road, Cheltenham, the 20 week course is led by Janette McCutcheon and accredited by the National Council for the Training of Journalists (NCTJ).
Course leader Janette McCutcheon said: “It’s a skill often associated with journalists and administrative staff but is extremely useful for all walks of life, meeting the need to take fast accurate notes or minute meetings. The course introduces the Teeline system aims to help build confidence and a speed of up to 60 words a minute in shorthand.”
To find out more about the course, please contact the University of Gloucestershire’s Centre for Enterprise and Innovation on 01242 714104 or email [email protected]

Source: University of Gloucestershire

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