Our training philosophy
Clearly Stated courses are ITOL accredited, and are designed and developed by qualified and accredited trainers.
Our courses are interactive. To ensure you gain maximum benefit, we recommend a minimum of 4 students and a maximum of 16.
Which course would be best?
It really depends on which type of writing you do. All the courses look at the same basic principles – but in very different ways. What works well in one style of writing doesn’t necessarily work well in another.
- Writing to inform
Business correspondence (including letters and emails), reports of all types (including project reports and progress reports), company descriptions and specifications of products and services. If you want customers and team members to receive the message you intended to send, this course is for you.
- Writing to persuade
Bids and proposals, business cases, product brochures – any time you’re trying to persuade someone to make a decision or to act. It doesn’t matter whether that decision is to make a purchase, agree to an objective or change behaviour, this course is for you.
- Writing to instruct
Consider this course if you are writing user guides, online help (user assistance), procedures or are developing training materials – in fact, anything where someone needs guidance.
Not sure which one to choose?
Maybe you’re thinking, ‘We write to persuade, but we do it by letter...’ or ‘We write to instruct, but do you cover websites, FAQs and Wikis?’
Get in touch – all our courses are modular. We can mix-and-match to meet your needs or create a bespoke course for your requirements.