Course fee: NGN50,000
Who should Attend?
In 21st century, private and public sector employees are constantly writing emails, memos, letters, and reports. All of these require good writing skills to communicate ideas effectively. Poor writing skills, on the other hand can be a red flag that an employee is not suited to more senior positions and, as such, can be a hindrance to promotion. Furthermore, people with poor writing skills come across as having a lower level of intelligence. Companies around the world are spending hefty amounts of money to train their employees and improve their writing skills. Why shouldn’t you?
This workshop will be delivered using the following methods: Instructor-led sessions, group discussions or brainstorming exercises, case studies, videos, role plays, games and individual assignments.
This training will be adaptable, interesting and highly educative with discussions designed to encourage self-reflection.
By the end of the course, participants will be able to:
- Be more aware of the pitfalls of poor writing
- Write better using the English Language in a more structured manner that passes their message effectively
- Learn the global rules of emailing and avoid “death by email”
- Be able to write consistently in their organisation’s tone of voice
- Learn the art of meeting chairmanship and what it takes to become better organized
- Become better at spoken and written communication, a must for every career professional.
- Comprehensive learning materials including exercise files
- Post course telephone support
- Certificate of Attendance’ on completion of course
- Understanding the structural differences between the written and the spoken word
- Understanding the clear differences between Internal and External Communications
- Communicating effectively (part 1) – the anatomy of a message
- Communicating effectively (part 2) – the message, medium, structure, and target audience
- The rules of grammar for official communications
- Making technical presentations
- Business writing part 1 & 2: Report & Minutes writing
- Business writing part 3: Writing official Emails & Memos
- Conducting effective and productive meetings.