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What makes you qualified to teach proofreading?

If you’re curious as to whether or not I’m a “good enough” proofreader to be teaching others, I could go on and on about the various agencies I’ve worked with, the thousands of proofreading hours I’ve clocked, and brag about the time I got published in the May 2015 issue of the Journal of Court Reporting … OR I could share some real words several of my own clients have said about my proofreading skills:

“Caitlin is an efficient and accurate proofreader.   Her corrections are easy to understand and you are not searching for page and line number like I have experienced in the past with other proofreaders.  She is always available for quick turnaround and really has made my job much easier.  I would be lost without her fantastic work. “

– Michelle S., Orlando, Florida

“I cannot BELIEVE you caught my misspelling of the interpreter’s name.  Man, you’re so good!  You should be so stuck up about how good you are!”

– Stefanie M., Sunrise, Florida

“You rock Caitlin! You’re my lifesaver!  You’re super fast and accurate!”

– Stacy B., Miami, Florida

“I don’t know how I managed without Caitlin.  I’ve been employing her now for a year and a half.  She catches some dumb mistakes on my part and it’s usually on a job I think was a piece of cake.  Sometimes my brain goes blank on something and Caitlin will know the answer.  I highly recommend using a proofreader as we are NOT perfect, although we think we are.”

– April S., Lantana, Florida

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