Clear and engaging business writing which communicates your message first time not only achieves results, but also creates an impression that is professional, knowledgeable and powerful.
Participants will examine and use current business writing strategies and processes that can be applied to a range of business documents such as emails, letters, and short reports. They will acquire skills required to tailor their writing to suit a diverse range of audiences, overcome ‘writers block’ and craft strong, clear writing based on best practice principles.
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Build your Chartered competencies
This training course builds skills and knowledge in the following Engineers Australia Chartered status competencies*:
*Completing this course does not automatically guarantee a competency, it provides participants with the underpinning knowledge required to develop specific Chartered competencies.
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Ideal for engineers at all levels who are looking to improve their written communication skills, as well as related professionals including HR, finance, operational, customer service, scientists and support staff.
Jeanette Learmont is a highly regarded communications consultant and presenter, who has established a national reputation with her dynamic classes in business and technical writing. Her training approach is to enable individuals to write with clarity, accuracy and impact, and clients describe her style as articulate, highly relevant and inclusive.
Jeanette has developed a wide range of writing skills programs, covering government, academic and technical writing, as well as specialist courses on grammar, punctuation, proofreading, and skilled minute-taking. She is co-author of a book on effective business writing, as well as a contributing author to a national technical writing post-graduate course.
1. Analyse your audience and purpose
2. Plan and organise relevant information
3. Write clearly and with impact
4. Check for quality assurance