13. December 2019 - 9:00 till 17:00
Business Writing Course | Sydney Campus, ELI-229 Lecture Room | Friday, 13. December 2019
Improve your communication skills with our Communication courses in Communication with our Communication courses in Sydney - short courses open to business writing course will focus on developing your professional writing skills to allow you to produce high quality business communications. Effective communication is an essential skill that covers all aspects of our lives and is of great importance in a business environment. Written communication is the development and expression of ideas in text. It involves learning to work in many genres and styles depending on the purpose and audience. It can involve working with different technologies as well as mixing form, data, and business writing course will challenge conventional business writing styles and will explore how they can be improved upon. In this business writing course you will be empowered with tools and techniques, to ensure you can engage your reader from the AimsThis business writing course presents the fundamentals of writing for professional purposes. It will assist you to establish your purpose, target your audience, strike the right tone, embed a process for creating finished documents, and write in a manner that is clear, concise, and a pleasure to OutcomesAt the completion of this business writing course you will be able to:Demonstrate written communication skills expected of a business for a specific context, audience, and informatively and persuasively with clarity, economy, and well-structured paragraphs and sentences and identify common grammatical errors in written new confidence in writing with common and not-so-common pitfalls of business your business ideas into a professional approach to your ContentWriting with purpose and clear expression is important for business communications regardless of format or mode of delivery. This business writing course builds your writing skills needed to plan and organise your business communications fit for purpose. The following topics will be covered in this business writing course:Writing for different purposes and your written communication skills expected of a business a professional approach to your new confidence in writing with and planning your for a specific context, audience, and beginnings, middle and how your ideas will come together, ordering and organising them into sections and how to plan your writing systematically using idea analysis, thinking and your on organisation of ideas, expression, consistency and common and not-so-common pitfalls of business and the overall quality of your writing, particularly in relation to language use and expression – surface errors in writing, such as grammatical, spelling, punctuation and other language mistakes in written communications – the conventions of English writing, grammar and the nuances of the English grammar well-formed paragraphs and ; logic and clarity will also be writing your new writing principles in all your professional writing e.g. email, letters, memos and choose format to suit purpose and writing with informatively and persuasively with clarity, economy, and AudienceThis business writing course is suitable for all professionals, at any stage of their career, who are looking to improve the quality of their business communications. This business writing course has been designed for professionals from diverse sectors, including public and private business writing course is the first in a series of courses, focusing on business communication. Other Business Communication Courses include; Editing and Proofreading Course, Grammar and Punctuation Course, Communication Course: Difficult Workplace Conversations and Presentation Skills Course. Those writing business cases or proposals may also have an interest in our Business Case StyleThis business writing course will be delivered as an interactive, hands-on workshop consisting of an instructor-led lecture, group and individual activities. This training approach allows you to work on your business communications to suit your specific professional contexts and role. You will challenge your understanding of the concepts and consider their application once back in your individual PrerequisitesThis business writing course has no prerequisites and is open to all members of the DatesAdditional instances of this course may be available and published on our website. See Business Writing Course for more information, or to join the waiting list and be advised when we schedule more.