Writing is important because it represents you in your absence. But just because we know how to write does not necessarily mean we’re communicating.
In this workshop you will learn how to get you point across either because revenue depends on it or because decisions will be based on it.
This is a highly practical workshop for people who write large bodies of copy. Hands-on exercises allow you the opportunity to work directly on your own copy with one-on-one guidance from Sharon Habib the instructor.
- Challenges for writers to overcome
- Know your reader
- The structure of your copy
- Tips for facilitating reading
- Connecting with your audience
- A good writing process
- How to write an executive summary
- How to write a conclusion
Who should attend
This workshop is for people proficient in writing in English who write proposals, reports, or other large documents and who need to either persuade the reader or deeply inform them.
Attendees are required to supply their own laptop.
Half a day
The course costs $450 per participant. To bring this course in-house there is a minimum cost of $1,500 or a minimum of 4 participants.
For not-for-profits the course is $350 per person. To bring this course in- house there is a minimum cost of $1,200 or a minimum of 4 participants. Note, however, this is not a “grant writing” course per se.
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