5 training courses found
Proofreading means checking text for grammar, punctuation, spelling and presentation mistakes and making the necessary corrections. It is an important job because even minor 'howlers' that appear in documents and on your website make you or your organisation look unprofessional, especially in the minds of people you want to influence.
Sharpen your newsgathering and writing skills on our one day Newsletter writing course, filled with top tips and practical exercises. Our tutor, a former national newspaper journalist, will focus on the topics that most interest your readers and demonstrate how to write those sparkling stories that will make your newsletter a must-read.
With real life examples of minutes and practical exercises, including a short meeting on DVD for attendees to minute, our one day course covers everything a minute taker needs to know. Clear, concise and neatly laid out minutes outline the items on a meeting agenda and what subsequently happened - decisions taken, actions ordered and motions passed - with minimum detail of actual discussions.
Our one day course will show you how to write attention grabbing press releases that generate positive media coverage of your organisation, its products and/or services. When issuing a press release (often called a news release), you are competing directly with other organisations with the same objective - to persuade the media to use their release and make follow up enquiries.
On our two day course, tailored to the precise requirements of your organisation*, let us show you how to create a winning sales proposal (bid or tender) by responding fully to customer requirements. Evaluators are busy people without the time to read wordy responses, so you will learn how to be clear and concise, using persuasive language that gets straight to the point for maximum impact.