Description

About the program
This course is developed for those whose job responsibilities include frequent writing about complex issues at the workplace. Rules and stylistic preferences of the Business correspondence change, yet some workplaces have not thought of the importance of grammar and use of standards; the purpose of the Advanced Writing Course is to expose experienced writers to information that may contradict some of the fast and hard rules they use on a day-to-day basis.

Who should attend
This training course is for those who are tasked to lead both people and processes and will assist a wide range of professionals from every field and greatly will benefit:
  • Practicing and aspiring Supervisors at all levels and disciplines;
  • Practicing and aspiring Managers at all levels and disciplines.

Objective
  • To understand the difference between academic and workplace writing;
  • 5 Cs of Advanced Writing;
  • Punctuation marks to understand the writers view;
  • English grammar that has changed over time;
  • Proofreading skills to correct mistakes;
  • Demonstrating the value of graphic organizing for constructing or deconstructing the written work;

What you will gain?
  • The ability to communicate the message accurately to the reader;
  • Rules of Writing in a Workplace;
  • Difference between the Academic and Workplace Writings;

Content
  • Workplace Writing Challenges
  • Keep Your Readers Awake
  • Grammar Rules that have Changed
  • Writing Habits to Avoid
  • Know Where You Are Going – The Purpose of Writing
  • The Path to Accurate Punctuation
  • Proofreading and Editing

Language
  • English

Before the program
  • Conduct A pre-course TNA (Training Needs Analysis)

Duration
  • 16 Hours – 2 Days

Fees
  • 4,000 QAR
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