Business Writing Skills In English

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2400/day

(2 Days)

BENEFITS

Upon completion of this program, the participants will be able to:

  • Prepare and write a letter, memo, report, e-mail and proposal with clarity
  • Develop an organized structure ranging from introduction to conclusion and set objectives for the said writing
  • Avoid known and common grammatical errors and tenses
  • Adopt the appropriate English Language structure and professional usage for the various types of reports

AUDIENCE

This program is really suitable for all staff who need to make reports and write documents in any form whether technical, financial or descriptive. It deals with writing for the business environment - reports, e-mails, proposals, and memos, promotional and informational brochures


METHODOLOGY

This program is essentially participative. There will be group interaction, individual exercise, case studies, role-play, lectures and video / films.

IDENTIFYING THE TASK AND MEANS
  • Defining The Task
  • Identifying Audiences And Purposes
    • Managerial Audience
    • Non-Specialist Audiences
    • Peer Audiences
  • A Procedure For Audience Analysis
    • Identify The Communication’s Uses And Routes
    • Identify All Possible Audiences
    • Identify The Concerns, Goal, Values, And Needs Of Each Audience
    • Make Communication Appropriate For Managers
    • Identify Each Audience’s Preferences For And Objections To The Arguments
  • The Different Types Of Writings In The Professional Context
    • Business Letters
    • Memos
    • Short Informal Reports
    • Long Reports
    • Proposals
  • Using Mind Mapping For Note-Taking & Organizing Ideas
    • What Is Mind-Mapping?
    • How To Make A Mind Map
  • Hot Tips On How To Make A Mind Map
    • Task 3
COLLECTING DATA TO BE INCORPORATED
  • Identifying Where You Can Acquire Information About The Project
  • Acquiring Information From Primary Sources
  • Acquiring Information From Secondary Sources
PLANNING THE STRUCTURE AND LAYOUT
  • Business Letters
    • List 1
    • List 2
    • Verbosity
  • Note
    • Letter Of Enquiry
    • Model Letter Of Enquiry
  • Task
    • Letter Of Reply
  • Task
    • Letter Of Enquiry
    • Order Letters
    • Letter Of Order
  • Task
    • Letter Of Acceptances
    • Letter Of Complaint
  • Memos
    • Sample Short Memorandum
  • Common Features Of All Reports
  • Planning Your Report
  • Presenting A Report
  • Choosing A Typeface
  • Research Tips
  • Defining The Purpose
  • Investigating The Topic
  • Organizing The Report Into Sections
  • Order Of Presentation
  • Order Of Writing
  • Planning The Writing
  • Short Reports
  • Typical Components
  • Avoiding Common Errors
FURTHER USES OF ARTICLES
  • Countable Vs. Uncountable
  • First Vs. Subsequent Mention
  • General Vs. Specific
OMISSION OF ARTICLES
  • Articles Exercise # 1
  • Articles Exercise # 2
PREPOSITIONS OF DIRECTION
  • Uses Of “ To ”
  • Uses Of “ Onto ”
  • Uses Of “ Into ”
PREPOSITIONS OF LOCATION
  • Using “ At ”
  • Using “ In ” And “ On ”

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