10. September 2019 - 9:00 till 16:30
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Business Writing Essentials Training Course | PD Training | Tuesday, 10. September 2019

When creating written communications in the workplace, it is essential that the details of the communication be correct, while the basic layout of the document is appropriate, and the ideas are presented logically and effectively.
The PD Training Business Essentials Writing course teaches participants how to assure the effectiveness of any type of business writing, whether its reports, proposals and even emails, and ensures documents these are written using the correct sentence structure, grammar and formatting.
Participants will learn key business writing skills like planning the document content, writing for the reader, conversational styles, the use or avoidance of industry jargon and multiple types of document styling.
Business Writing Essentials training courses are available now throughout Australia, including Brisbane, Sydney, Parramatta, Melbourne, Adelaide, Canberra and Perth.
Learning Outcomes 


After completing this course participants will be able to learn:

Basic principles of writing
Types of writing
Proper use of words
email etiquette
create attractive letters and proposals






Course Outline




Business Writing Essentials - Lesson 1 Why, Who and What of Writing 

Welcome
My Writing Landscape
Starting with ‘Why’
Moving to ‘Who’
Ending with ‘What’
Reflection


Business Writing Essentials - Lesson 2 Two bee or not to be – grammar has the answer 

Sentences
To Write or to be Written
Pronouns
Verbs
Reflection




Business Writing Essentials - Lesson 3 Planning what you write 

The Seven Cs of Writing
Why Plan?
Making the Reader Care
Reflection


Business Writing Essentials - Lesson 4 The First Draft 

Conversational Style – using plain language
About Tone
Word Choice
Reflection




Business Writing Essentials - Lesson 5 Editing 

Ways to Edit
What to Edit
Other Considerations – jargon, clichés and modifiers
Reflection


Business Writing Essentials - Lesson 6 One in 260 Billion 

How to get noticed and engage the reader
Email Etiquette
Reflection




Business Writing Essentials - Lesson 7 Other Correspondence 

Letters
Proposals
Reflection