Business Writing: Writing for the Workplace

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Phillipa Martin
24 November 2017 - 9:00 to 12:00 PM
Phillipa Martin
Written communication is used every day in most office environments – from writing emails and reports, to more specialised duties (e.g. writing for the web). Writing for the Workplace will cover some of the basics of ‘good’ writing, such as being clear, concise and consistent; word choice; using the active voice; structuring longer communications in the most logical way; how to use linking words and statements to ensure your writing flows; and how to follow a company style guide.

In addition to theory, the course will include practical exercises to get you moving in the right direction.

Who should attend?

This course will suit anyone who wants to improve their writing and learn some ‘tricks of the trade’.

You will learn

  • characteristics of clear writing
  • how to write concisely (tools to reduce copy)
  • tips to ensure consistency in your writing
  • tools to structure your content logically
  • how to edit for ‘good’ writing and to a company style guide.

This workshop is part of our Business Writing program. It develops employment-related skills. 

This workshop was previously advertised as running at a different time of day. The date and times on this page are correct. 

This session is a repeat of a Writing for the Workplace workshop in September

About Phillipa Martin

Phillipa Martin is an author and corporate writer/editor.  She’s worked in corporate writing and editing for over 20 years, writing award-winning copy for brochures, newsletters, websites, training CD-ROMs, flyers, ads, media releases and magazines. Her clients and employers in the corporate world include BHP Billiton, AXA (then National Mutual), SUMMIT Master Trust, Genesys/Garrisons, SKILLED Group, the University of Melbourne and Salsa Digital.

She’s also delivered a variety of corporate training courses focusing on writing and editing and taught PR Writing and PR Editing at TAFE. 

Writers Victoria
176 Little Lonsdale St
Melbourne, VIC 3000

Phone: 03 9094 7895
Registration fee
Non-profit $ 210.00
Corporate or Government $ 265.00

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