We all know what good writing is. It’s the novel we can’t put down, the poem we never forgot, and the speech that changes the way we look at the world. Good writing is the memo that gets action and the letter that says what a phone call can’t.
In business writing, the language is concrete, the point of view is clear, and the points are well expressed. Good writing is hard work, and even the best writers get discouraged. However, with practice, you can feel more confident about your own writing. This two-day workshop will give participants the tools to become better writers.
It is essential to understand how to write reports and proposals that get read. We write reports in a range of formats and a variety of purposes. Whether you need to report on a product analysis, inventory, feasibility studies, or something else, report writing is a skill you will use again and again.
The value of good written communication.
How to write and proofread your work so it is clear, concise, complete, and correct.
How to apply these skills in real-world situations.
Understanding the proper format for memos, letters, and e-mails.
Prepare reports and proposals that inform, persuade, and provide information.
Review your work so that it is clear, concise, complete, and correct.
Apply these skills in real work applications.
Program Duration: 2 Days
Program Language: English / Arabic
Location: EPSILON TRAINING CENTER | Head Office
|Module 1: Why Write?|
|Module 2: The Four C’s|
|Module 3: Word Agreement|
|Module 4: Active and Passive Voice|
|Module 5: Sentences and Sentence Types|
|Module 6: Readability Index|
|Module 7: Manners and Courtesy|
|Module 8: Practical Language|
|Module 9: Inclusive Language|
|Module 10: Sentence Construction|
|Module 11: Punctuation|
|Module 12: Writing Business Letters|
|Module 13: Writing Effective E-mails|
|Module 14: Spelling and Proofreading|
|Module 15: Writing Memos|
|Module 16: Reviewing Your Writing|
|Module 17: Writing Challenges|
|Module 18: The Stages of Report Writing|
|Module 19: The First Stage – Investigating|
|Module 20: The Second Stage – Planning|
|Module 21: The Third Stage – Writing|
|Module 22: The Fourth Stage – Revising|
|Module 23: Using Headings|
|Module 24: Charts and Graphs|
|Module 25: The Proposal|
|Module 26: Practical Application|