Business writing does not have to be boring, obsessed with formats, or stiff in style. On the contrary it can be creative in its unique way.
With the new information and communication technologies, business writing has become even more interesting. In addition to acquiring the necessary ICT skills, a little linguistic imagination should make business writing more than a routine chore.
Imagination cannot be taught; using it in context however requires development and training. On the other hand, the internet, emails and other software have slowly transformed the way business writing and communication are conducted.
This workshop addresses practically the twin issue of making business writing more exciting and more conformed to the new media of information and communication.
Opeyemi – 0806 638 5629
Isaac – 0803 346 0440
Professional Education – 0805 812 7207
Email – email@example.com
Basic business formats: memos, letters, and minutes offline and online
Writing and reading business proposals and contracts
Business research: using available tools
Language skills in business writing
New technologies in office communications and operations
Ethics and Etiquette in business communication
Executive Assistants to CEOs
Business Development Executives/Managers
Customer/Client Service Executives
those who are responsible for business and administrative communication etc.
N289,900 (course fee)
N409,900 (with accommodation for 4 nights + dinner)
School of Media and Communication (SMC)
Pan-Atlantic University (Main Campus)
Km 52, Lekki-Epe Expressway, Ibeju-Lekki
“It has been an insightful 5 days here during the External Relations and Reputation Management programme at the School of Media and Communication, Pan-Atlantic University.
I would say that my expectations have truly been surpassed in many regards.I found it very satisfying and enlightening, the various modules that we participated in.
I think the coordinators of this programme have done a great job in identifying the various subjects that would make one a truly strong external communications person or a truly strong reputations management person. Looking at the modules before I started the programme, I really couldn’t identify how they were going to be as useful to me as they turned out to be. At the end of the day I think it all shows that there is a lot of skill, a lot of expertise on the part of the people that have put this together.
The facilitators have been excellent, we have had such wonderful sessions. They have been able to get people from the class to share from their various experiences. They have been able to also share from their own life experiences…– Olatomiwa Akande, External Communications Manager, Nigerian Bottling Company, Lagos, Nigeria.