This course has now taken place.
Accurate and concise writing is key to successful communication at work, whether in the office or working remotely. Increasingly high pressured work environments often mean that emails, reports, summaries and articles are completed at speed to meet the fast pace of mounting deadlines. This need for urgency in getting your communications out can mean that accuracy and brevity suffer.
Proofing and editing your work is vital to ensure that it is accurate, understood and credible. Exercising good proofing and editing techniques across all your correspondences is crucial to guarantee that you communicate the exact message you intended. Spellcheck may be a useful basic tool, however, can’t be relied upon for every error.
By learning advanced skills and techniques to put into practice, proofing and editing your work can be an efficient and speedy process. Through workshops and practical exercises designed to support rapid learning, this course enables you to dramatically improve your written communication skills and return to work with a confidence in your proofing and editing abilities.
Please note Zoom will be used to deliver this course virtually.
|About the trainer: Sue Calthorpe
|Susan is an experienced communications professional who trains a number of high-profile organisations to enhance their communication, through writing in a more business critical way to writing more effective reports. Susan works with a wide number of public and private sector organisations to help improve writing skills and wider communications, with a range of training including production of communications strategies, face-to-face briefing, communicating complex information, presentation, media handling and key messaging and a variety of advanced writing and verbal presentation techniques.
Her recent clients include Aston Martin, Fujifilm, BP, LA Fitness, G4S, Hanover, Norfolk County Council, British Airways, Marks and Spencer, Devon County Council, Citizen’s Advice Bureau, The General Dental Council, the Wine Institute of California, Shelter and The Law Society.