The Ultimate Learn Business Writing – 5 Course Bundle

£419.00

The Ultimate Learn Business Writing – 5 Course Bundle will teach you and help develop your professional writing skills, so you will be able to efficiently write effective emails, letters, reports and more.

This course bundle is perfect for anyone in a position in any business who is required to send multiple communication methods on a daily basis. The bundle will improve you existing skills and teach you new ones so you can excel in the workplace.

The Ultimate Learn Business Writing – 5 Course Bundle will teach you and help develop your professional writing skills, so you will be able to efficiently write effective emails, letters, reports and more.

This course bundle is perfect for anyone in a position in any business who is required to send multiple communication methods on a daily basis. The bundle will improve you existing skills and teach you new ones so you can excel in the workplace.

Only 6 to 8 hours of study is required per course.

Courses Included:

Course 1 – Certificate In Business Writing

Course 2 – Certificate In Collaborative Business Writing

Course 3 – Certificate In Proposal Writing

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

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

What’s Included?

Wiki_tick  Unlimited  lifetime access
Wiki_tick  Access anywhere, any time
Wiki_tick  Fast effective training, written and designed by industry experts
Wiki_tick  Track your progress with our Learning Management System
Wiki_tick  Unlimited support
Wiki_tick  Save money, time and travel costs
Wiki_tick  Learn at your own pace and leisure
Wiki_tick  Easier to retain knowledge and revise topics than traditional methods
Wiki_tick  Exam preparation quizzes, tests and mock exams to ensure that you are 100% ready

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Modules

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
Certificate In Word 2013

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

Certificate In Word 2010
Certificate In Word 2013

System Requirements

Minimum specifications for the computer are:

Windows:

Microsoft Windows XP, or later
Modern and up to date Browser (Internet Explorer 8 or later, Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

MAC/iOS:

OSX/iOS 6 or later
Modern and up to date Browser (Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

All systems:

Internet bandwidth of 1Mb or faster
Flash player or a browser with HTML5 video capabilities (We recommend Google Chrome)