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Writing for Business Training

Course Overview

Writing for Business provides an overview of the general principles of writing required in the workplace. It can be tailored to meet the needs of a particular business or organisation.

The topics covered in this session are:

Components of Effective Writing including:

  • Audience and Objectivity
  • Effective and Inclusive Language
  • Writing Fundamentals
  • Style and Tone
  • Editing and Proof Read

Types of Business Writing:

  • Meeting agenda and minutes
  • Letters
  • Emails
  • Memos
  • Activities analysing good and poor examples

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Learning Outcomes

By the end of this course participants will be able to:

  • Identify the most appropriate type of written communication for your situation
  • Understand and know where to find out about organisation formats, guidelines and procedures
  • Recognise the components of effective written communication
  • Analyse and give feedback on other people’s writing

Target Audience

This course covers basic writing skills for all employees

Duration

This course can be tailored to business needs and can be run over one full day or a half day

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