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“Thank you for a wonderful Better Business Writing course. The skills I learned on the day have certainly helped with my Masters in Business, as well as my daily correspondence at work. The techniques shown were fantastic and I have taken these onboard with ease. I highly recommend it to anyone who wants to improve their writing skills in any forum.”
Steven Pitkin, Regional Manager - Sydney Central, Mission Australia
Better business writing
Because writing is something we are all called on to do in today’s corporate environment, this course is well suited to all personnel – those who find writing at work easy and those who don’t. With so much that could potentially be covered, we focus on the tenets of good writing which are applicable across the board.
We've presented our courses to over 800 participants from a range of organisations such as Caltex, Rio Tinto, Ridley Corporation, GrainCorp, Toll Holdings, Baxter Healthcare, Santos and Zurich. Participants have included legal and treasury teams, senior management teams, marketing, media and communication teams and sales and customer service teams.
What you'll learn
- How to map your communication and understand your audience and medium
- How to organise your information and write succinctly
- Techniques to engage your readers and keep them reading
- Helpful tips on grammar and punctuation
- Secrets of successful editing
- We like to get participants actively involved and find this happens best when groups are small
- Generally we work with 14 or less delegates in a session
- The minimum number is six
- Four and a half hours: 8.30 am – 1.00 pm
- $400 plus gst per participant
- Group discounts apply
- Costs include workbooks, preparatory customisation, individual post-course assessment and six copies of our monthly journal The Business Writer
About the instructors
Our instructors are professional writers who practise what they preach on a daily basis. They are passionate about language and the craft of writing and believe corporate writers have an opportunity – and duty – to influence the way in which the business world communicates.