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Business Writing Training Course

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Monday, 23 July 2018 from 9:00 am to 4:30 pm (AEST)

Business Writing Training Course

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Course Ended $660.00 $33.76

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This Professional Business Writing Training Course provides you with the knowledge and techniques to plan, design and structure a diverse range of business documents including emails, proposals, reports and newsletters for greater clarity and impact.

The PD Training Business Writing Course will benefit employees at any level in the organisation. This course has a strong focus on writing effective email and other standard business documents for better readability, ensuring that messages are communicated concisely and clearly. Learn skills like how to structure letters and proposals, constructing sentences and paragraphs, proofreading and editing techniques and much more.

Our Professional Business Writing training course is great for all staff and more fun than you think. Attend a course today or have a trainer come to your workplace in Brisbane, Sydney, Parramatta, Melbourne, Canberra, Adelaide or Perth.

Learning Outcomes 

In this course participants will:
    • Understand and apply the six principles of good writing 
      Clearly define the purpose of your writing 
      Understand how your personal style influences your writing 
      Learn to write for a broad audience Understand how to plan your writing 
      Explore the essential elements of language structure and grammar using plain 
      English Learn how to write concisely and persuasively to convey emotion and meaning 
      Understand the importance of editing and proof reading

    Course Outline

    Business Writing Training Course - Lesson 1 
    Getting Started 
    • Pre-Assignment Review
    Business Writing Training Course - Lesson 2 
    Writing with Professional Impact 
    • Spelling Basics
    • Grammar Basics
    • Building a Quick Reference Guide
    Business Writing Training Course - Lesson 3 
    Structuring Sentences for Effectiveness and Readability 
    • Sentence Structure Explained
    • Punctuation Explained
    • Sentence Variations
    Business Writing Training Course - Lesson 4 
    Creating Paragraphs with Persuasive Power 
    • Parts of a Paragraph
    • Organisation Techniques
    • Paragraph Transition
    Business Writing Training Course - Lesson 5 
    Writing Emails for Success 
    • The Golden Rule Number 1
    • Make the most of your prime email-estate
    • Effective Subject lines
    • Write Descriptive Subject Lines
    • Introduction – Body – Conclusion
    • Grammar and Acronyms
    • Email Style
    Business Writing Training Course - Lesson 6 
    Writing Proposals 
    • Proposal Structures
    • Key Elements to Effective Proposals
    • Information Not Required
    Business Writing Training Course - Lesson 7 
    Writing Reports 
    • Various Reports Structure
    • Key Elements of a Useful Report
    • Tables, Graphs and Images
    • Avoid Common Errors
    Business Writing Training Course - Lesson 8 
    Proofreading and Finishing - Avoid the Cringe 
    • Proofreading Techniques
    • Using Peer Reviews
    • Printing and Publishing Tips
    Business Writing Training Course - Lesson 9 
    Other Types of Documents 
    • Requests for Proposals
    • Projections
    • Executive Summaries
    • Business Cases
    Business Writing Training Course - Lesson 10 
    Wrapping Up 
    • Words from the Wise
    • Parking Lot
    • Action Plans and Evaluations
Have questions about Business Writing Training Course? Contact PD Training

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Parramatta Absolute Offices
Suite 15, Level 2
103 George Street
Parramatta , NSW 2150

Monday, 23 July 2018 from 9:00 am to 4:30 pm (AEST)

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