The Pitman name is synonymous with learning shorthand, so you can be assured of a high quality learning experience when you train with us.
Teeline is generally considered to be the shorthand method that is the fastest to learn, and the easiest to use for taking dictation.
This popular Teeline course was written by the co-author of “Teeline Revised”, and is recommended by Teeline Education Ltd.
Our training is designed so you can study at times that will suit your own lifestyle – you can start anytime at our Manchester, Notting Hill and Holborn training centres.
There are no start dates, no timetables; you simply come to study during our long opening hours which include evenings and Saturdays.
The course consists of three stages, which will take an average of 80 hours of study.
We recommend that students complete each session in quick succession, to avoid ‘learning gaps’.
Stage 1: Simple introduction to Teeline; Parts 1 and 2 of a four-part programme; training to reach 40-50 wpm with a reasonable vocabulary; two test papers.
Stage 2: Complete the theory of Teeline; Part 3 of the programme; training to reach 50-60 wpm; one test paper.
Stage 3: Speed building and vocabulary extension; Part 4 of the programme; training to reach 60-70 wpm – the RSA standard; one test paper.
By the end of this Teeline Shorthand for Beginners course, you should reach levels of up to 70 words per minute.
How Our Teeline Courses Work
The courses take place at our comfortable, centrally located training centres in Manchester, Notting Hill and High Holborn.
You’ll work through the coursesin your own time, and if you need help or get stuck our supportive team of trainers are on hand.
Our training centres work on a drop-in basis, so it’s easy for you to fit your studies around your work life and other commitments.
More Teeline Courses & SpeedWriting Training
They’re all nationally recognised shorthand courses, and where could be a better place to learn shorthand than with Pitman Training?
Ever wondered why Pitman Training is so famous for shorthand? Here’s a brief history of Pitman.
And if you’re not convinced of shorthand’s popularity today, why not read our article on the benefits of shorthand.