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Onsite Classes: Overview
A Solid First Impression
Your staff’s writing is like a handshake. To clients and prospects, it’s one of the first, most visible ways they’ll get to know your business—whether done well or done poorly, it will leave a lasting impression.
And, listen, we know: technical, business, and scientific writing can also be a tedious, frustrating slog. But, like anything worth doing, mastering it just takes time and practice.
An excellent teacher doesn’t hurt, either.
Why We’re Unique
Here’s the thing about writing: writing is only half the job. The other half is reading. Connecting with your reader means understanding how they read.
Readability studies are the foundation of our philosophy, our methodology, the entire way we teach. This research gives writers the means to make good choices about how to structure documents, paragraphs, and sentences. Writers learn specific strategies to gain reader buy-in and compel readers to take action.
In short: when you know how readers read, you’ll know what to say to them, and how.
As intelligent problem-solvers, your team already knows how to do this. Our job is just to teach them how to apply their critical thinking skills to their writing. Really. They already know how to write, even if they don’t know they know it.
The Bottom Line
The bottom line is this: what we teach works. Our clients hire us again and again because our teaching methodology and the concepts we teach are so effective. Need proof? Check out our client list or contact us; we’ll be happy to provide references, evaluations from classes we’ve taught, or a no-cost consult.
Before you spend money on a writing class, talk to us. We’ll show you why we’re different and how we can help your team achieve positive, long-term results.
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I like the fact that we used our own writing as examples.Engineer Stryker Orthopaedics Effective Writing for Engineers +View More
Grammar portion was rushed and unhelpful. The remaining portion was great!Accounting Manager Legal Services Corporation Better Business Writing +View More
Thank you. Worth the time. Breakout sessions were helpful.Engineer Stryker Orthopaedics Effective Writing for Engineers +View More
Add Stryker systems like Trackwise in the examples.Engineer Stryker Orthopaedics Effective Writing for Engineers +View More
Enjoyed the course and the instructor was consistent and allowed for discussion.Financial Analyst Altria Better Business Writing +View More
Workbook was helpful in following along.Engineer Anchor QEA Effective Writing for Engineers +View More
I thought it was presented in a unique mannerEngineer Anchor QEA Effective Writing for Engineers +View More
I enjoyed the exercises.Engineer Anchor QEA Effective Writing for Engineers +View More
Very useful & beneficial content!Researcher Lonza Technical Writing +View More
The breakouts were a great opportunity to work with those I've never worked with before.Consultant Duty First Consulting Better Business Writing +View More
All of our workshop-style courses include
- Complete customization
- Interactive in-class exercises
- Group breakout sessions
Participant workbooks and a thumb drive that includes
all breakout sessions
- Certificate of completion for each participant
We also provide, for a nominal fee
- Pre- and post-class writing assessment
- Written feedback on participants” writing
- Post-class coaching via phone and email
Weekly or monthly group writing discussions
via a screenshare platform