Learn to clearly and concisely communicate to your audience.
Are you responsible for clearly and concisely communicating technical information throughout your organization or to your customers? Learn best practices for authoring effective documents and compose your communications with clarity, relevance, and precision. In this two-day course, you will learn to prepare various forms of documentation in ways that clearly and concisely convey technical information to technical and non-technical audiences. Discover your writing style and develop a plan to help you overcome writer's block. You will learn how to analyze your audience and tailor your writing accordingly. Learn the five Cs of writing-correctness, clarity, conciseness, coherence, and control-and how to apply them to your own writing. You will also learn how to copyedit documents written by you and by others.
What You Will Learn
- What is technical writing?
- Audience analysis
- The five Cs of writing
- Best practices for communicating up and down the organizational structure
- Prepare various forms of written documentation
- Structure and compose communications for clarity, relevance, and precision
Who Needs to Attend
Anyone who wants to improve his or her ability to communicate technical information.