Professional Business Writing
In today’s business writing, it is important to use language that is concrete, a point of view that is clear, and the points that are well-expressed. Good writing is hard work, and even the best writers get discouraged. However, with practice, you can feel more confident about your own writing. This highly practical two-day workshop will give participants the knowledge and tools to become a better writer.
It is essential to understand how to write reports that get read. We write reports in a range of formats and a variety of purposes. Whether to report on a product analysis, inventory, feasibility studies, or something else, report writing is a skill you will use again and again.
This course will build on a solid base of writing skills to present information in both formal and informal styles.
Writing emails, reports, proposals, memos and letters will also be covered, with many practical exercises for the participants to test out their writing skills. The facilitator will also give all participants in-class and after-class writing assignments to constantly measure their improvement.
Having a method to prepare all these documents will help you be as efficient as possible with the task. Hence, a ‘Live’ demonstration of how to effectively use Ms Word for writing will also be covered, making this program a one-of-a-kind to be offered anywhere.
At the end of this training, participants will be able to:
- Develop a clear understanding of how we communicate verbally and non-verbally
- Understand the value of good written communication
- Write and proofread their work so it is clear, concise, complete, and correct
- Use the Readability Index to understand your level of writing
- Prepare business reports that inform, persuade, and provide information
- Apply these skills in real-world situations
- Understand correct sentence structure
- Understand how to communicate effectively through emails
- Understand the four stages of report writing
- Understand the proper format for reports
- Use graphs and charts effectively in reports
- Create Reports, Proposals, Letters, Memos, and Meeting Minutes
- Understand Microsoft Word (tips and tricks)
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firstname.lastname@example.org / (60) 39102 1021Date(s) - 12/03/2018 - 13/03/2018