Background:

Writing is central to the literary, political and professional spheres of our life. As a medium of expression, writing is used to inform, educate, direct, persuade, document and to entertain. Writing is a skill that can be taught and learned. The Writing Clinic will diagnose and treat both organic and acquired writing deficiencies in the participants. The course will proceed from the basics to the process of writing, and from relevant language skills to specialized writings, all laced with lots of practice exercises in an intensive four days.

The 4-day Writing Clinic organized by the School of Media and Communication, Pan-Atlantic University (to be co-facilitated by PRCAN officials), is aimed at addressing noticeable deficiencies in the art of writing from the roots. The goal is to improve the writing proficiencies of the participants and bring them to best practice standards.

What to expect:

  • A diagnostic review aimed at ascertaining weak points in writing.
  • Grill and drill on the basics of writing
  • Language skills in writing
  • Sentence structure and arguments
  • Good grips of forms of writing

For Whom

  • Personal Assistants
  • Human Resource Officers
  • Marketing Officers
  • Corporate Communications Officers
  • Executive Assistants

Dates

Dates for The Writing Clinic

 

Fees

₦200,000  (without accommodation)

248,000 (with accommodation + dinner)

Time:

9.00am to 4.30pm daily

Venue:

School of Media and Communication (SMC), Pan-Atlantic University main campus

Km 52, Lekki-Epe Expressway, Ibeju-Lekki, Lagos.

Contact

Isaac – 0803 346 0440

Opeyemi Gazali – 0806 638 5629, 0805 812 7207

Email – info@smc.edu.ng