Teeline Shorthand

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Cork City
Dublin City
Galway City
Limerick City
Price: On Request
Duration: Flexible study
Part Time and Evening

Course description

You couldn’t get better shorthand training than from Pitman Training.
This beginner’s course will help you learn the Teeline system and will enable you to work towards building your speed and accuracy.
Teeline Shorthand consists of three stages, to be completed in quick succession to avoid andlsquo;learning gaps’.
Stage 1: Simple introduction to Teeline
Comprising Parts 1 and 2 of a 4-part programme, Stage 1 will train you to reach 40-50 wpm with a reasonable vocabulary.
Stage 2: Completes the theory of Teeline
During Part 3 of the programme you will learn how to reach 50-60 wpm.
Stage 3: Speed building and vocabulary extension
The final element of the programme, Part 4 will build your vocabulary and take you up to speeds 60-70 wpm.
Because this is a self-study course you’ll have the flexibility to work at your own pace, although we do recommend that to get the most benefit form Teeline Shorthand, you complete the course as quickly as possible.
You’ll be given a workbook that provides step-by-step learning and includes hands-on exercises; it will be yours to keep as a handy reference guide. You’ll also have all the benefits of the widely-recognised Pitman Training name on your CV.
For further career progression, choose from our comprehensive range of specialist secretarial courses, which can help you develop to your full potential.

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