This interactive training introduces participants to the Pyramid Method of Writing and applies it to writing effective emails, letters, short and long reports, and proposals. The content will be delivered over Zoom in six sessions, which allows time between sessions for participants to practice the new techniques.
Participants will receive personal feedback on three writing assignments. The extended sessions provide time to discuss and evaluate longer more technical documents such as recommendations, investigations, formal reports and studies, and proposals. Group exercises allow participants to learn from each other.
- identify primary information and focus readers' attention on it,
- write clear, concise, and complete documents,
- develop a confident, easy to understand writing style, and
- create letters, emails, reports and proposals that consistently achieve the intended impact.
In addition to a comprehensive course textbook, participants will receive personal feedback on three assignments.
Please contact Maryam Decter, BAM Manager, Training & Development, firstname.lastname@example.org, to provide your mailing address, textbook will be mailed to you prior to training.
Dates and Times
Tuesday, June 13 and Thursday, June 15 8:30 AM - 10:00 AM
Tuesday, June 20 and Thursday, June 22 8:30 AM - 10:00 AM
Tuesday, June 27 and Thursday, June 29 8:30 AM - 10:00 AM
Central Standard Time/Winnipeg Time
Non Member: $1,200
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Lisa Moretto, RGI International, Inc.
Lisa has 27 years of experience teaching business and technical communication courses. Her courses consistently receive positive reviews and confirm she is an engaging and interactive presenter. She has worked for IBM and Hewlett-Packard as a professional technical communicator and she teaches technical professionals that they too, are technical communicators. Lisa holds a BS in Technical Communication and an MS in User Interface Design. She has co-authored four books with Ron Blicq: Get to the Point!, Guidelines for Report Writing, and Technically Write! with Prentice Hall, and Writing Reports to Get Results with the IEEE Press. Lisa has taught in the School of Engineering at the Rochester Institute for Technology and is a Past President of the Rochester Engineering Society. She is a member of IEEE Professional Communication Society. RGI’s clients include government agencies, private consulting firms, educational institutions, and non-profits.