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Court Support Services

If you enjoy getting your courtroom fix from TV shows, it’s time to put down the remote and join the action by attending the Court Support Services Program.

This two semester certificate program prepares you to work with judges, lawyers, paralegals and the public, providing pre-court, in-session and post-court support. In this role you will safeguard the functioning of the courtroom and by extension the judicial process.

Quick Facts

 
Full-time Duration: 1 year
Starting in: January, September
Tuition Fee: $15,385
Location: Pickering, Canada

Program Highlights

  • Experienced faculty members who work within the court system provide you with legal and practical hands-on learning opportunities.
  • In the program’s Court Support Services courses, you complete realistic, career-oriented assignments.
  • Graduates of the Court Support Services program can apply to the Accredited Court Transcription Course

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Career Prospects

Career Outlook

  • Court registrar
  • Court support staff
  • Court clerk
  • Court reporter

Areas of Employment

  • The Ministry of the Attorney General (Ontario Court of Justice, Superior Court of Justice)
  • City of Toronto (provincial offences courts)
  • Municipal courts
  • Tribunals and boards
  • Official examiners
  • Court reporting services

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