Writing to inform

This course develops the essential skills needed in professional business communication. It is suitable for anyone who needs to communicate factual information to clients or customers, suppliers or colleagues.

For example, you may need to write:

What all these types of writing have in common is that they are objective pieces of writing, stating facts and (relatively) devoid of emotion. Your intention is usually to convince the person reading your work that it is factually accurate and that you are competent and reliable.

Whether you are writing a letter, an email or a report, the prime purpose remains the same – to inform.

To request more information or to reserve your place, visit our booking page.

How long is the course... and what does it cost?

Writing to Inform is offered as:

Our courses are competitively priced.

Discounts are offered for charities, DNLCC (Derbyshire, Nottinghamshire and Leicestershire Chamber of Commerce) members and if two or more people attend from the same organisation.

Contact us to discuss your requirements and for a no-obligation quote.

What do you get?

You will gain confidence in writing reports, letters and emails and as well as improving your written English. The course has recently been proving popular with clients from a range of sectors, including financial services and hospitality.

To request more information or to reserve your place on an open course, visit our booking page.

Not sure this is the course for you?

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Get in touch – all our courses are modular, and we can mix-and-match to meet your needs. We can tailor a course to meet your exact training needs.

Writing to Inform has been accredited by ITOL (Institute of Training and Occupational Learning).