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Persuasive Writing Skills

Engineering context

Good writing skills are important for all members of the engineering team.

If you know how to write clearly, concisely and persuasively it can help you win the confidence of your clients and colleagues, win more business and enhance your career prospects.

This half-day course is for members of the engineering team who want to project a more professional image, and write more persuasively and authoritatively.

This course is recognised for Continuing Professional Development (CPD) by Engineers Australia (EA) in accordance with EA CPD Guidelines.

Course objectives

After completing this workshop, participants will be able to:

  • Write more clearly and concisely
  • Project a more professional image in writings to their clients and colleagues
  • Write more professional briefings, letters and emails
  • Develop more confidence in their writing abilities. 
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$ 500.00

 
For postal registrations, please download the pdf version of our registration form here.
If you are unable to attend the above dates, please contact info@eeaust.com.au to discuss upcoming dates.

In-house training

We can deliver this course in-house along with more than 20 other courses and programs.

By using our in-house training service you gain the benefits of:

  • Scheduling convenient start dates
  • Organising the training at the client's office
  • Determining the frequency of the training required
  • Customising aspects of the content that is delivered.

We can help plan the professional development of the engineers in your organisation, business unit or department.

Is this course for you?

Engineers and members of the engineering team.

Your facilitator for this course

Tony Malkovic is an experienced, award-winning journalist/writer and facilitator who specialises in engineering and science/technology topics.

Typical feedback for his courses includes:

“Thanks for a great day. I came away feeling quite charged and re-energised with regard to my current projects.”

“Thank you for such a great course … at last a practical workshop in something that I can use.”

“I thought it was excellent! It's information that we can use immediately and he presented it well.

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