The Business Writing Toolkit
Price: $ 695.00
BUSINESS & GRAMMAR
The Business Writing Toolkit Course
Fast-track the Professionalism of Your Business Communications
Empower yourself to write business documents
with confidence and ease
The Business Writing Toolkit Course helps you eliminate potentially costly writing errors at work. If you find yourself second-guessing your grammar, double-checking your punctuation and stressing over your writing, then this course is for you.
With personalised feedback from a highly experienced business writing tutor, learn to communicate effectively in the corporate world.
Perfect for busy professionals who need a flexible study schedule, our 14-week programme will iron out any recurring errors in your writing.
Learn how to deliver clear, concise, reader-friendly documents in 15 writing assignments. Whether you are a beginner or a competent communicator whose writing needs a bit of a polish, take your documents to the next level with this course.
This Course Gives You...
Increase Your Writing Confidence in the Corporate World
Master the skills required to create polished, professional business communication
On this course, you’ll study the key skills all writers need, including planning your business documents, making your writing and layout reader-friendly and error-free, presenting your ideas logically and using impactful vocabulary. Working at your own pace, you’ll quickly master best-practice business writing style.
Add the Business Writing Toolkit to your professional CV. You will benefit from your tutor’s feedback, professional tips and insights every step of the way.
'I really enjoyed working with Nadine. She provided great feedback that was easy to understand. Well worth my time and money. A supportive and intimate learning experience from professionals.'
Imogen Cowley, The Business Writing Toolkit Course
Start your course at any time – applications open all year round.
Price includes GST
NUMBER OF ASSIGNMENTS
The assignments vary in length.
NUMBER OF MODULES
These modules include around 200 pages of course notes.
Work at your own pace – up to a maximum of fourteen weeks.
START DATE: ANYTIME
Working with an individual tutor means you can start the course at any time.
Basic writing skills are essential. Computer skills, e-mail and Internet access required. No previous tertiary qualification required.
Tutor for this course
Nadine von Moltke-Todd
Nadine von Moltke-Todd is an award-winning writer and former editor-in-chief of Entrepreneur magazine for nine years. During her tenure at Entrepreneur Media, she interviewed over 400 business owners, professionals and investors.
Her key achievements include multiple Tabbie Awards for business writing, including the 2017 Silver Award for Best Business Profile.
As the content editor for ThinkSales Global, Entrepreneur Media’s sister company, Nadine has created content for numerous corporate clients as well, including Old Mutual, Sasfin Bank, Standard Bank and Sureswipe.
Nadine is currently a senior business writer and content strategist, working with select corporate and entrepreneurial clients to build their content strategies. She is passionate about entrepreneurs and entrepreneurial growth, and has a keen understanding of the unique challenges that small and medium businesses face. She is highly experienced in the best ways and channels to communicate with business owners and corporate executives.
Nadine has managed and mentored numerous writers over her 15-year career as a journalist, business writer and editor, expertise that she puts to good use at NZ Writers College.
An Introduction to Business Writing
- Putting the business back in writing
- What is business writing?
- The difference between business and fiction writing
- Understanding the good, the bad and the ugly of business writing
- Write using the active voice
- Write with brevity and clarity
Writing To Be Understood
- Are you making your readers work too hard to understand you?
- How to write clearly and concisely
- Keep it simple, stupid
Planning Your Writing: A Five-Step Process
- Stop, think and act
- Five steps to planning your content
The Importance of Grammar and Punctuation – Part 1
- Introduction: English – and why it’s such a difficult language to speak and write well
- English in the real world – and why it’s so easy to make mistakes
- Contronyms, malapropisms and spoonerisms
- Homonyms and homophones
- Typos and autocorrects
- Proofreading your work
- The difference between editing and proofreading
- Seven steps to proofreading your own work
The Importance of Grammar and Punctuation – Part 2
- Introduction: Avoid the common grammar and punctuation pitfalls that plague writers
- Using the wrong words
- Using the wrong prepositions
- Placing apostrophes in the incorrect place
- Misusing commas and full stops
- Inconsistent pronoun usage
- Omitting words that your readers need
- Mixing up when to use singular versus plural subjects and verbs
- Misusing capital letters
Finding Your Voice
- Make your mark
- Determining your objective
- Choosing your tone
- It’s all about style
- Layout tips
Delivering Your Point
- Pulling it all together
- Using logic to make your argument
- Introductions, conclusions and paragraphs
What Our Students Say
I had a very positive experience. I think if you are really interested in improving your writing ability, then The Writers College is definitely the way to go!
The Writers College is outstanding in its professionalism, course content and tutor quality. Every aspect of the course, from the initial registration to the end, is commendable.
The Writers College is a hidden gem among online writing programmes. It has the high, rich quality of an Oxford Continuing Education writing course for an incredibly affordable cost. I cannot recommend it enough in all my writing circles.
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Complete the Application Form to Enrol on the Business Writing Toolkit Course
You will receive an approval email and invoice within one working day.
Questions? We've Got Answers
Detailed course notes covering the content of each module will be emailed to you. At the end of each module, you will be required to complete several writing exercises. Once a writing assignment has been completed and emailed to your tutor, you will receive an assessment and feedback, and the module will be considered complete.
Absolutely. You have direct communication with your tutor for the duration of the course. The more questions you ask, the more you will get out of the course.
You will get lifetime access to the course, and you’ll benefit from all future updates and improvements to the course.
For the majority of our courses, only your tutor will see your work. Your work will remain completely private unless you get it published. In the journalism courses, your work might be published in the public domain, but you do have the final say as to whether or not it is published.
You will receive a Writers College Certificate upon successful completion of the course, provided you meet the following conditions:
You must have completed all written assignments.
The course must have been completed within 14 weeks of registration.
A minimum average of 50% must be achieved.
- Basic writing skills are essential.
- Basic computer skills, as well as email and Internet access are required.
- No previous tertiary qualification is required.
Because you will work with an individual tutor, you can apply for a course and start as soon as you want to. There are no specific start dates as would be the case with a traditional college.
An application is usually approved within one working day. Once we see proof of payment, your course will start.
You could be starting your course today!
Reading time: 15 hours
Writing time: Up to 25 hours
Once your application has been approved, you will receive notice of approval and an invoice via email. As soon as we see proof of payment, you will receive the first module. We will also send you your tutor’s email address and your login details. Your tutor will also be in touch to welcome you.
Any work you create on our courses is owned by you. We will never make a claim to anything you produce. We follow the rule that copyright subsists with the creator (you).