The Ultimate Learn Business Writing Skills Bundle, 4 Courses

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AU$ 796 - (Rs 40,746)

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Develop Your Professional Writing Skills For The Workplace The Business Writing Skills course bundle will provide you the skills to help you become profficient at writing effective emails, letters, reports and more. This comprehensive online bundle includes 5 courses including Business Writing, Collaborative Business Writing, Proposal Writing and both an Essentials and Advanced Microsoft Word Course. These 5 courses compliment each other and together will allow you to develop a thorough understanding of what it takes to present professional quality work in all aspects of business. Business Writing one of the most important methods of business communication for most people, whether its e-mails, memos, proposals, or major reports. This course will help you format, structure, proofread and improve the standard of your writing skills. Next Collaborative Business Writing will give you the knowledge and skills to collaborate with others. You will touch on the types of collaboration, and ways to improve them through certain tools and processes. These basic skills will provide you with that extra benefit in the business world that a lot of people are lacking. Proposal Writing will take you through each step of the proposal writing process, from understanding why you are writing a proposal; to gathering information; to writing and proofreading; to creating the final, professional product. Finally the Essentials and Advanced Microsoft Word courses will help you get more out of this powerful word processing tool.  Learn the very basics with the begginer course before moving on to advanced features which will improve the quality and consistency of your work. For a comprehensive list of all courses available and their units of study click the units of study tab above. This is an incredible opportunity to invest in yourself and your future, sharpen your training skills and learn what it...

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Requirements: Entry requirements Students must have basic literacy and numeracy skills. Minimum education Open entry. Previous schooling and academic achievements are not required for entry into this course. Computer requirements Students will need access to a computer and the internet.  Minimum specifications for the computer are: ...


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What you'll learn on the course

Business Writing
Basic IT training
Microsoft Word
Basic IT
Proposal Writing
Team Training
Quality Training
Construction Training
Skills and Training
Writing Skills
Ms Word

Course programme

Course 1 - Certificate In Business Writing

  • Spelling
  • Grammar
  • Language and tone
  • Clarity
  • Conciseness
  • Formality
  • Focus
  • Tone
  • Sentences and Paragraphs
  • Parts of a Sentence
  • Sentence Length
  • Punctuation
  • Organization and Structure
  • Organisation Approach
  • Tools and Techniques
  • The Reader
  • The Requirement
  • Write faster – effective writing
  • Templates
  • Proofreading
  • Review/Peer Review
  • The Appearance - Printing and Publishing
  • Meeting Agendas
  • The Basic Structure
  • E-mails
  • Addressing your mails
  • Brevity
  • Formality
  • Attachments
  • Forwarding/replying
  • Business Letters
  • The Basic Structure
  • Writing the Letter
  • Proposals
  • The Basic Outline
  • Key information
  • Sequence
  • Choosing a Format
  • Proposal Structure and Content
  • Executive Summaries
  • Reports
  • Report Structure and format
  • Requests for Proposals
  • Business Cases
  • General Documentation

Course 2 - Certificate In Collaborative Business Writing

  • Define collaborative business writing
  • Know different types of collaborative writing
  • Know how to collaborate with team members
  • Learn methods of handling conflict in writing
  • Build collaborative writing teams
  • What is Collaborative Business Writing?
  • Clarifying the Objective
  • Practical Writing Approaches
  • Collaborative Writing Strategies
  • Collaborative Writing Patterns
  • Types of Collaborative Business Writing
  • Construction – “Cut and Paste”
  • Parallel Construction – “Puzzle”
  • Sequential Summative Construction
  • Integrating Construction
  • Collaborative Team Members
  • Team Leader Selection
  • Chief Editor Selection
  • Characteristics of Team Members
  • Ways to Build Collaborative Writing Team
  • Collaborative Tools and Processes
  • Outlines and Storyboards
  • Collaborative Planning
  • Collaborative Revision
  • Collaborative Team Cohesion
  • Setting Style Guidelines
  • Voice and Person
  • Format
  • Consistent Spelling of Commonly Used Words
  • Numbers as Words or Figures
  • Barriers to Successful Collaborative Writing
  • Hoarding
  • Innovation
  • Search
  • Knowledge Transfer
  • Overcoming Collaborative Writing Barriers
  • Practice T-shaped Management
  • Building a Network of Alliances
  • Implementing Enablers
  • Assessing the Culture and Areas for Improvement
  • Styles of Dealing with Conflict
  • Ensure that Good Relationships are the First Priority
  • Keep People and Problems Separate
  • Pay Attention to the Interests that are Being Presented
  • Listen First, Talk Second
  • Tips for Successful Business Writing Collaboration
  • Determine Purpose
  • Formulate Outline and Organizational Format
  • When Choosing a Team Leader, Remember…
  • Assign Writing Tasks and Associated Duties
  • Examples of Collaborative Business Writing
  • Writing Emails
  • Writing Reports
  • Writing Training Manuals
  • Writing Company Handbooks

Course 3 - Certificate In Proposal Writing

  • Objectives
  • The Request
  • Requests for Proposals
  • The Proposal-writing Process
  • A Winning Proposal
  • The Proposal-writing Process
  • The Requirement
  • What does the customer want?
  • What does your company want?
  • Initial data gathering
  • Why Pick Us?
  • Key Differentiators
  • Key Messages
  • Illustrations
  • Sample Illustrations
  • Proposal Structure
  • The Basic Outline
  • Creating and Sequencing your Table of Contents
  • Details and Research
  • The Reader
  • Organising your information
  • Identifying Resources
  • Writing Skills Revision – Part One
  • Spelling
  • Grammar
  • Punctuation
  • Language
  • Writing Skill Revision, Part Two
  • Parts of a Sentence
  • Write faster – effective writing
  • Paragraphs
  • Writing the text of the Proposal
  • Choosing a Format
  • Templates
  • Proposal Content
  • Executive Summaries
  • Proofreading, Editing and Finishing
  • Proofreading
  • Review/Peer Review
  • The Appearance – Printing and Publishing

Course 4 - Certificate In Word: Essentials (2 versions covering Word 2010 and Word 2013)

Certificate In Word 2010 Units of Study

Certificate In Word 2013 Units of Study

Course 5 - Certificate In Word: Advanced (2 versions covering Word 2010 and Word 2013)

Certificate In Word 2010 Units of Study

Certificate In Word 2013 Units of Study