Our practical and "hands on" courses are designed to be stimulating and confidence building. Our services range from one - to - one consultations to creating a whole company's communication strategy.
Writing with your
Junk the Jargon
Building it Up
Writing in the Valley
Following our triumphant day out on the Sheffield Waterways, this Creative Writing course will take place in the beautiful Dove Valley near Buxton.
JULY 17TH 2004
10.00 A M TO 5.00 P M
DOVE VALLEY CENTRE, NR BUXTON
AND NOW ..
THE COMPLETE BUSINESS COMMUNICATIONS TOOLKIT
A series of six practical two and a half hour evening seminars on advanced business and communication skills.
A good business presentation or speech begins with a clear, crisp script. How to construct your 'story', then stand and deliver it with confidence
ADVANCED BUSINESS WRITING : ONE
Bad English grammar and spelling cost British businesses millions every year. This crash refresher session highlights the common pitfalls and offers a number of invaluable tips and techniques.
MANNERS MAKE MONEY
Good business etiquette will raise your profile, increase profits and greatly enhance your image.A few simple tips to set your manners apart from the others.
ADVANCED BUSINESS WRITING : TWO
Applying language skills to writing letters, memos, emails, flyers etc, that are concise, succinct and communicate your message confidently and with clarity.
Business reports are meant to be acted on. All too often, they end up under a pile of unread papers. This seminar gives you the tools and helps you to write a report than gets noticed.
MEDIATING THE MEDIA
Write an effective press release. Use the power of radio, televison and the print media to your advantage. Avoid bad publicity. Keep control of your message.
AT SHEFFIELD ROYAL VICTORIA HOTEL,
BEGINNING SEPTEMBER 2004
£75 PER SESSION.
SIGN UP FOR ALL SIX, PAY ONLY FOR FIVE
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We also specialise in bespoke, in-house and one-to-one consultation and training.
Tell us your exact training needs and we will help you fulfil them.
We go where words are needed.
'Never use a scientific or a jargon word if you can think of an everyday British equivalent.' George Orwell