PAI E-learning better English courses
We write documents, reports, web content, minutes, letters and other communications on a daily basis. We all want our documents and message to be crisp and clear to our audience. Here are some simple tips for writing more successful and effective communications:
• With sentences, shorter is better than longer. It is good to keep in mind that a short and well written message is more successful.
• Focus on spelling and grammar. Spelling or grammatical mistakes will detract from your writing straight-away.
• Don’t use words or sentences you don’t really know – the chances are that the reader won’t understand them either.
• If you doubt your writing, simplify the content or ask someone else to read your content and give you feedback
George Orwell was a passionate defender of good writing and he stated that in every sentence that he wrote, he asked himself at least four questions:
1. What am I trying to say?
2. What words will express it?
3. What image or idiom will make it clearer?
4. Is this image fresh enough to have an effect?
Public Affairs Ireland, together with Sarah Marriott of Plain English, has created some popular E-learning writing skill courses to help you to create successful documents and write effectively. Rememember receive 20% off all of our e-learning courses when you register before this Friday December 16th.
Do you want to know how to write reports that are clear, concise, accessible and effective? Read more about PAI E-learning course: Report Writing
Do you want to get practical tips and tools for effective minute taking?
Read more about PAI E-learning course: Minute Taking Made Easy
Do you want to know how to create suitable and successful online content?
Read more about PAI E-learning course: Writing for the Web
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