Proficiency or Professionalism calls for accuracy, completeness, quality and quantity in one’s work. It cannot be achieved within a short period; however, it can be achieved through consistent and assiduous work. Of course, there will be a supervisor responsible for quality control. All the same, one is to develop an attitude of independence and responsibility for one’s own work. Nobody is perfect or impeccable. Blunders or mistakes might pop up. Keep in mind; mistakes have power to turn you into a better person than you were before. Mistakes are nothing but stepping stones to learning, but never key in any word unless you are sure it fits in.Its not possible for a transcriptionist to make cent percent transcription correctly . So here we have good quality editors for reviewing the work of this transcriptionist.
Success does not consist of never making mistakes but in never making the same one twice. –G. B. Shaw.