GN101 Writing for Business

The Writing for Business course is a systematic review of Candidates’ styles and methods of communication used within the business environment. Although the course is not intended to be merely grammar-based, certain fundamental principles are covered.

The Writing for Business module may be supported by other areas including Procedure Writing and Flowcharting, depending upon the specific identified needs of the Client Company.

The main areas addressed within the Writing for Business Course include:

The Writing Process
  • Systematic approach
  • Organizing thoughts
  • First draft
  • Editing
  • Proofreading


  • Format
  • Sentence construction
  • Length & rhythm
  • Vocabulary & grammar
  • Tenses
  • Sentence connection & commas
  • Active & passive
  • Gender
  • Tone
  • Graphics

Problem Areas

  • Writer’s block
  • Not reader-focussed
  • Writing for the wrong reason

Course Objective

The main objective of the Writing for Business course is to provide Candidates with an effective model for streamlining the business writing process, together with an outline for the specification of Company standards for writing, with particular regard to regulatory bodies and the ISO 9000 Quality Management System.

Candidate Profile

This course would be suitable for anyone within the Company involved with either internal or external documentation of any kind.

Maximum attendees: 10

Duration:  1 day


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