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Wed 26 Sep 2012, 9:30am–12:45pm

Where: New Farm Library, 135 Sydney Street, New Farm, Queensland

Restrictions: All Ages

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  • General fee: $110.00
  • Not-for-profit fee: $77.00
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This back-to-basics training seminar is for people who want to improve their business writing skills without feeling overwhelmed by masses of information. It’s a guide to the basics — tips that will improve your writing immediately, whether you write reports, web content, letters, fundraising material or internal documents.

We will also give you resources and cheat sheets that you can turn to whenever you need help. You’re not expected to remember everything; you just need to know where to find answers when you most need them.

Structuring and Planning: What, Who, When, Where and Why. This part of the seminar will cover how to ask the right questions to plan and structure various types of documents.

Writing and Editing Basics. This part will provide basic tips to help you improve your writing immediately, including plain language writing, tone consistency, style guide usage, common mistakes and more.

Proofreading Methods: This part will provide some proofreading methods that will ensure you get as close to 100% accuracy as possible. The proofread is the final 'credibility check' and the fear of missing something embarrassing here can keep you up at night.

By the end of the training session, attendees will understand how to:
- ask ‘who’, ‘what’, ‘when’, ‘where’ and ‘why’ to plan an appropriate document
- structure a formal document, such as an annual report
- edit text to produce a consistent and appropriate tone for a document
- edit under strict time constraints
- edit for plain language
- edit using a style guide
- use various techniques to proofread a document with 100% accuracy.