B-1, r. 13 - Regulation respecting the training, skill and knowledge evaluation, accreditation and discipline of stenographers

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2. To be eligible to take the examination, a candidate must
(1)  hold a diploma from the École de sténographie judiciaire du Québec;
(2)  hold a Diploma of College Studies (D.E.C.) or its equivalent, have taken the training leading to the theoretical test of the examination provided for in this Division and hold a stenography training accreditation awarded by an organization recognized by the Comité sur la sténographie or have experience considered relevant by the committee.
For the purpose of recognizing the relevant experience, the committee examines the method and language used and the nature and duration of the experience;
(3)  hold a legal authorization to practise stenography issued by the competent authority of the province of Alberta, Ontario or Saskatchewan, or a Certificate of Proficiency or Certificate of Achievement of the British Columbia Shorthand Reporters Association; or
(4)  hold a stenographer accreditation granted by the Comité sur la sténographie.
O.C. 240-2006, s. 2; 753-2016O.C. 753-2016, s. 3.
2. To be eligible to take the examination, a candidate must hold a diploma from the École de sténographie judiciaire du Québec or a diploma equivalent to a Diploma of College Studies (D.E.C.), a stenography training certificate awarded by an organization recognized by the committee and have taken the theoretical training given by the École de sténographie judiciaire du Québec.
O.C. 240-2006, s. 2.