Business Writing Part 1 – the art of communication

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Writing is a key form of communication for most people, and it”s one that many struggle with. Written skills in particular have diminished with the advent of messaging and email. Having articulate, compelling and persuasive written arguments, logically laid out and well represented is key to good business communication. Whether it’s a proposal, report or agenda. Our Introduction to Business Writing course will give you a refresher on basic writing concepts (such as spelling, grammar, and punctuation), and an overview of the most common business documents. This refresher course will give learners that extra benefit in the business world that a lot of people are losing.

Study our course in the way you want. In small units or in one. Synchronise your learning between any device and remember and track your progress. Study and answer questions at your convenience and at the end of the course, if you answer more than 80% of the questions correctly, qualify for a certificate of achievement. You can even log your CPD hours.

In all our business courses, you get access to around six hours of e-learning that you can watch, listen and read. There are usually 100 questions and at the end of the course you will receive a certificate of completion that you can use against any personal or professional development requirements. As well as the course, you also receive a FREE e-book that you can read on your Kindle or other e-reader. You also get a FREE audiobook of the course so you can listen to the whole course uninterrupted on your device.

Description

Description

Module One: Introduction

  • Welcome
  • What you’ll learn
  • How it works

Module Two: Working with Words

  • Spelling
  • Grammar
  • Creating a cheat sheet
  • Review questions

Module Three: Constructing Sentences

  • Parts of a sentence
  • Punctuation
  • Types of sentences
  • Review questions

Module Four: Creating Paragraphs

  • The basic parts
  • Organisation methods
  • Review questions

Module Five: Writing Meeting Agendas

  • The basic structure
  • Choosing a format
  • Writing the agenda
  • Review questions

Module Six: Writing E-mails

  • Addressing your message
  • Grammar and acronyms
  • Review questions

Module Seven: Writing Business Letters

  • The basic structure
  • Choosing a format
  • Writing the letter
  • Review questions

Module Eight: Writing Proposals

  • The basic structure
  • Choosing a format
  • Writing the proposal
  • Review questions

Module Nine: Writing Reports

  • The basic structure
  • Choosing a format
  • Writing the report
  • Review questions

Module Ten: Other Types of Documents

  • Requests for proposals
  • Projections
  • Executive summaries
  • Business cases
  • Review questions

Module Eleven: Proofreading and Finishing

  • A proofreading primer
  • How peer review can help
  • Printing and publishing
  • Review questions

Module Twelve: Closing Thoughts

  • Lessons Learned
  • Words from the wise
  • Your results
  • Further reading
KEY TOPICS

KEY TOPICS

WHAT YOU'LL LEARN

WHAT YOU'LL LEARN

WHO'S IT FOR?

WHO'S IT FOR?

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