Master the art of communication. Today.
How do you effectively communicate with your business partners, colleagues and consumers in a written form that best appeal to their sense of understanding?
This course aims to teach you the basic correspondence tools and formats in English writing for any business context, including how to write e-mails, invitation letters, agendas, memos, and many others.
1. Common correspondence pitfalls
2. Sentence and paragraph composition
3. Writing e-mails, letters, invitations, memos, agendas and other types of documents
4. How to open and close a good and bad-news letters
5. Proofreading and finishing touches
HOW IT WORKS
The course is held at our facility for just 1 (one) full day and lasts for a total of 8 (eight) hours, including one lunch break and two coffee breaks.
WHO SHOULD TAKE THIS COURSE?
This course is perfect for professionals (all levels) who work in the secretarial, administrative, strategic and communications divisions.
The Jakarta Post has selected a team of expert writers and editors to lead this course, from whom you will learn about the effectiveness of communications strategy, as well as learn from some of the best examples.
DISCOUNTS & PAYMENT PLANS
We offer 10% discount for all students (ID required) and specific payment plans for individuals and organizations which enroll three or more participants in the same course.
"It's great to know that The Jakarta Post Writing Center have this workshop. Maybe could expand to other kind of subjects."
- Shinta Aryani (Batch November 2017)