Writing for Government and Business: Critical Thinking and Writing
How to Compose Clear and Effective Reports, Letters, Email, and Memos
This is the first course in our 2-course Word Workshop, offered throughout the year. The second course is Writing to Persuade.
Do you need to improve your writing skills? This intensive one-day course helps you, and your staff, understand the three dimensions of professional writing: organization, format and style.
Our writing courses are designed for those who want to improve their writing, including agency staff who want to improve their writing and comply with the Plain Writing Act of 2010 (H.R. 946) and Executive Orders 12866, 12988, and 13563.
Our writing courses have been described as “really about how to get better job reviews and get promoted” because they help you improve one of your most important, and visible, job skills: written communication.
When: April 14, 2016, 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
Where: In Washington, DC. See course page for details.
For more information, see TCNWW.com
For more information about this writing course, including agenda and secure online registration, see TCNWW.com
This course and any combination of its topics can be tailored for custom on-site presentation at your location and both are available via the GSA Schedule.
For more than 40 years, TheCapitol.Net and its predecessor, Congressional Quarterly Executive Conferences, have been teaching professionals from government, military, business, and NGOs about the dynamics and operations of the legislative and executive branches and how to work with them.
Our custom on-site and online training, publications, and audio courses include congressional operations, legislative and budget process, communication and advocacy, media and public relations, testifying before Congress, research skills, legislative drafting, critical thinking and writing, and more.
TheCapitol.Net is on the GSA Schedule, MAS, for custom on-site and online training. GSA Contract GS02F0192X
TheCapitol.Net is a non-partisan small business.
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