Make the most of your investment with ease and confidence

Make the most of your For The Record digital court recording system with our online, self-paced product training.

Whether you have new employees, your organization is upgrading to a new version of software, or your team simply needs a refresher, For The Record’s E-Learning is an easy way to get users up-to-speed, confident, and in control of your digital recording system.

For The Record’s video tutorials are available below. The courses cover all aspects of the FTR Gold product suite, such as how to record court sessions; create log notes; insert quick notes for common occurrences; save copies of recordings; and reformat and encrypt FTR recordings. 

Deliver record results through:

  • Engaging and simple online video tutorials 
  • Ability to revisit video tutorials as needed to reinforce important concepts 
  • Flexible access 24/7 on any device

FTR Gold Recording Suite version 7

Getting started with Recording Suite

This course consists of the basic functionality of Reporter, Player and Manager, and teaches court staff, operators, and support personnel the minimum necessary knowledge they will need to capture and annotate audio recordings in the courtroom. The three courses have a total of 12 lessons.

Beyond the basics of Recording Suite

This course, for court and support personnel, focuses on the functions in Reporter that are not required to record and annotate, but contribute to efficiency and accuracy of recording and annotating. This course has a total of five lessons.

Admin functions of Recording Suite

This course targets Administrators of the recording software suite. Only users who have been granted Administrator privileges, such as IT staff, will be authorized to perform the functions shown in these lessons. This course has a total of three lessons.

FTR Gold Annotation Suite version 7

Explore Annotation Suite training videos

This course is for those who will be annotating recordings but not executing the recording. This course has a total of four lessons.