Good writing takes aim at its reader and delivers on its promises. Learn how to pull in your target audience with everything you write, from the basics of grammar and punctuation to review and test writing.Our e-learning writing courses have been developed by working journalists who provide the practical knowledge that you need to get your messages across.
Each of the e-learning courses outline the theory behind good writing, and include top tips, checklists, and quizzes to really check your understanding.
Ask your tutor - the beauty of e-learning is that you can do it at a time and place to suit you. But you won't be alone! Your trainer will talk you through the key points to improve your skills and knowledge, and at any time during your e-learning course, you can email your course tutor with any queries or comments.
Feedback - you also have the option of having tailored feedback on your writing from the trainer. You can do the course on its own, or request feedback when you buy your course. If you do, at the end of your course, you will be asked to email a piece of work to the trainer. They will feedback suggestions to you and ask to see a revised piece of work for a second set of comments. Having feedback built into the course really maximises the benefits of the e-learning and makes it totally tailored for you.
Our e-learning writing skills courses are: Effective writing - the tools you need to get your ideas across more clearly – no matter what you write
Proofreading - quicker, better and more effective proofreading
LearnFast Top 20 grammar mistakes and how to fix them - speed up your writing and editing, and add clarity and understanding to everything you write
Sub-editing - a step-by-step guide for anyone who checks other people's copy
PR writing - press releases, emails, case studies and features, social media and more
News writing - a must for anyone writing news stories
Feature writing - for anyone who needs to know how to plan, structure and write a good feature
Review and test writing - how to structure and style an interesting review
Writing for the web - it’s not the same as print – find out why
Advanced news writing - for more experienced writers who want to stretch their skills
Advanced review and test writing - add impact, interest and value to your reviews
Advanced feature writing - how to make good features even better
Scriptwriting: the mechanics provides essential guidance and advice for anyone who has ever wanted to write a script for TV or film.
We also deliver these courses in an in-company face-to-face learning environment, so if you have a group of people with the same need, and you want a tailored in-company solution, please just let us know.