Certified in Business and technical English Writing

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About Course

To earn credibility and get the results you want from colleagues, clients and top management, you have to write with clarity and conviction. Mastering professional business writing skills is even more crucial during a volatile economy, when there’s no time for wasted words or miscommunications. Through the trainer’s expertise and practical knowledge, you will be able to define the key concepts associated with professional business writing and you will be able to:

To learn how to write effectively by understanding the basic tools of writing

To understand and master the punctuation and spelling techniques needed to eliminate noise

To develop a good technical writing style

To understand the different types of audience

To differentiate between British and American English

To avoid common mistakes in technical writing

To be able to distinguish between technical writing and other types of writing

To learn the formal language required for business communication

To understand speech parts such as nouns, verbs, adjectives, adverbs, conjunctions, prepositions, etc.

To proficiently write memoranda, minutes of meeting, progress reports, letters, technical reports, emails, proposals, business letters, and resumes.

To deliver an effective presentation

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What Will You Learn?

  • Upon successful completion of this course, students should be able to:
  • Analyze written and verbal communications and evaluate their usefulness, relevance, rhetorical components, and stylistic elements
  • Think critically about rhetorical choices and audience awareness
  • Compose effective and persuasive written, visual, and oral texts for diverse audiences
  • Recognize and implement the qualities associated with effective business writing, particularly the hallmarks of correctness, conciseness, coherence, and clarity
  • Design visually attractive documents with informative and eye-catching visual elements
  • Use technology to effectively present your messages
  • Conduct research using a broad range of sources, synthesizing and judging the quality of collected information
  • Communicate ethically
  • Write in a variety of workplace genres including resumes, letters, emails, memos, white papers, and reports
  • Collaborate effectively with peers

Course Content

Module 1

  • Chapter 1 Introducing Writing Creative Writing Technical Writing
  • Chapter 2 Writing Pillars The Writer The Audience: – Expert Type. – Managerial Type. – Lay Type. The communication process The Media and the communication channel
  • Chapter 3 Punctuation & Noise Elimination

Module 2

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