Studies show many managers spend up to three hours a day producing documentation. This includes technical statements, special reports, opinions, emails, work-paper review comments, on-line forms and other communications.
This course will show you how to use plain English to avoid ambiguity. You will increase the quality of your writing while decreasing the time you spend on it. You will learn how to clarify your thoughts and how to compose them so the reader will understand you completely.
A lot of technical work is complicated – writing shouldn’t be.
- Get your thoughts organized quickly to get off to a fast start
- Use openings that guide the reader to your core message
- Shorten and simplify your documents using five key editing techniques
- Know why documents follow the format they do and precisely how they are used
- Understand technical writing requirements – quick comprehension, clear navigation, completeness and accuracy