• 1 Day

  • Non Native English Speakers

  • 15

Key Topics

  • Purpose of writing
  • The different impact of different words
  • Capitalistion
  • Punctuation, grammer & Spelling
  • Active & passive writing
  • Writing effective Emails
  • Knowing your audience

Outcomes

Participants will:
  • Feel greater confidence in their written abilities
  • Plan and prepare an effective written message
  • Organise and present information for maximum impact and clarity
  • Understand important skills and common errors relating to grammar, spelling and composition
  • Critique their own writing style and practice strategies for effective editing
  • Create an action plan to implement immediately to ensure maximum ROI.

Testimonial

“Ignite always goes out their way to understand their client’s needs and are adaptable with solutions in order to meet these needs. I trust their suggestions and value their expertise.”

Course Overview

First impressions count. It takes less than 20 seconds to make that all-important initial impact. And since that all-important first step in many business relationships now relies on written communication, getting your tone of voice and writing style right is essential. Knowing how to leverage your words to create exactly the right impression immediately gives you a competitive advantage. No matter what your business writing needs, be it simple grammar rules, structuring your communication, improving visual clarity, organising information, understanding your audience or other powerful tips, we can help you make the right impact on any audience. Our Business Writing Skills course focuses on the three most common challenges we face with our written communiqués – ensuring we are trusted, read and understood. Delegates learn how to nail these communication pillars, both by critiquing copy and by practicing writing clear, professional business communications on the spot. To support these pillars, delegates also review core grammar rules and explore how structure gives strength to writing. And since understanding your reader underpins everything about how you write, delegates will also develop techniques to analyze the intended audience and adapt accordingly.

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