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Master this valuable, unique skill.

People speak on average 180 words a minute — that's 3 words a second. Can you write 3 words a second? Probably not.

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In recent years, there has been a myth that shorthand is no longer required for most administrative professionals in this digital world. But as most admins know, shorthand is still a sought-after skill.

In the real world, most administrative professionals know that each word is important. And learning shorthand is the perfect way to ensure you never miss anything.

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  • The principles of Pitman shorthand
    • How to abbreviate consonants
    • Positioning to indicate vowels
    • Some prefixes and suffixes
    • Halving, loops and hooks
    • Shortforms for common words and phrases
  • Tips on taking notes
  • Taking dictation
  • Personal action plans and questions

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