You've decided to provide TypeWell services in your school or organization. Should you recruit and train your own transcriber, or should you contract with an already-trained service provider?
One of the most important points to consider is the number of hours of support services you want to provide in any given week. If you need **more than two hours a week **of services, and a meaning-for-meaning system fits your needs, then recruiting and matriculating your own TypeWell transcriber will give you the best combination of control and cost-effectiveness.
- TypeWell Basic Skills Course
- Recruiting great TypeWell transcriber candidates
- How much does the training cost?
- How long does it take?
- When can they start?
This option—recruiting and training your own service provider—is not as feasible for other types of speech-to-text services such as CART or voice writing, due to their longer training times and inability to screen candidates ahead of time to determine who is likely to succeed with the system.
If you need fewer than two hours a week of services, it may not be cost-effective to train your own transcriber. In that case, you may want to:
- fill out our Job Board Request Form to post the open job where qualified transcribers can see it, on the TypeWell Job Board,
- check availability of contract providers in your area by searching the ATSP Jobs Board,
- contract with us for remote services, which can be implemented within hours or days,
- contract with a third-party remote service provider, or
- contact us for information about TypeWell providers in your area.