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    Webinar On Writing Focused Audit Reports

    The Code of Ethics of the Institute of Internal Auditors holds the principles of integrity, objectivity, confidentiality, and competency as the cornerstones of credible internal audits. Certifying compliance does not occur merely at the point of observation but in the writing that emerges from it. Numerous challenges lie ahead for auditors when composing an audit report. They want to ensure that they clearly articulate a comprehensive review process, valid and reliable criteria, conditions logically linked to causes, relevant and risks, and beneficial recommendations-all with an objective style.
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    Webinar On Writing High-Impact Executive Summaries

    Management demands that the executive summary live up to its name. So the expectation is clear: tell me as thoroughly as possible without wasting a word only the important information so I can decide on what you expect of me. Writing executive summaries requires the writer to fulfill two objectives: understand management's objectives for reading the executive summary, and demonstrate content mastery of the original document by including and excluding information based on those reader's objectives. Achieving these objectives means that executive summary writing is as much a reading assignment as it is a writing assignment; however, we read and write not for what interests us but for what interests the executive reading the summary.
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    Webinar On Writing Investigative Reports - A Crucial Piece of a Professional Investigation

    Overview: Learn how to write a factual, solid, representative report of an internal investigation that will withstand scrutiny and provide appropriate information to decision makers. Why should you attend: Since reports are often read by adversaries as well as not only internally within the organization, it's important that reports as an overview of the investigation show a logical factual representation of actions and decisions. Anyone who performs workplace investigations needs to be able to write their findings in a report such that it becomes a written presentation of the information discovered in their investigation. It's imperative the report that is used to document and communicate information to its readers be of as high a quality as the investigation itself. Because without a high quality investigatory report it can be hard to demonstrate the employer was taking appropriate investigatory steps or made factual decisions, even if in fact they did!
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    Technical Writing for the Pharmaceutical, Medical Device, and Biotech Industries

    Course notes and interactive exercises address how to write effective correspondence and reports in support of the company's activities. You will learn how to organize and deliver information for the intended audience. You will learn how to write clear and readable documents, and how to revise and refine your own and others' writing. The course provides an overview of sound grammatical conventions, addresses problematic areas of the English language, and affords opportunities to address specific language issues. Who Should Attend Scientists, engineers, and technicians in research and development will find this course valuable, as will quality assurance (QA), information technology (IT), manufacturing, and other operations professionals. This course is also useful for administrative staff that must prepare documentation in support of R&D and operations activities. Additionally, the course is helpful for anyone who wants an in-depth and comprehensive overview of the structure of . . .
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    Introduction to Effective Medical Writing

    Medical writing is both a science and an art. The art of medical writing is to comprehend and present scientific information clearly to suit the specific target audience's level of understanding including patients, the general public, physicians and/or regulatory agencies. Often it is not poor science that kills a scientific paper; rather, it is the lack of clarity and continuity. Poor writing can be very costly to companies and frequently slows the review process of regulatory submissions. In this 2-day course, you will learn about the different types of medical writing and how to write effectively. We will examine various types of writing including abstracts, regulatory documents, and patient education materials. We will also consider ethical issues that face medical writers. You will gain insight into the design of effective documents and what goes into putting together a compelling manuscript. You will also learn how to keep your writing free of medical jargon and common . . .
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    Writing Effective Standard Operating Procedures and Other Process Documents

    This course presents a comprehensive overview of process writing that the binding regulations require. There's a tenet among regulatory bodies: "If you didn't write it down, it didn't happen," and while the regulations tell companies what they need to do and document, they don't tell them how. Determining how systems work and how processes occur and documenting them is up to companies to assess. This course presents process writing within the "big picture" of controlled documentation and gives industry standards for delivering information. Effectively prepared process documents keep companies on track and compliant. Participants will learn how to write documents that ensure consistency in operations. A workshop in process writing gives participants the opportunity to actually write about a process and then assess the results. The course also addresses problematic areas of the English language and affords participants the chance to voice their questions. Participants will learn . . .
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    Writing in the Regulated Environment When English Is Your Second Language

    Course Description - Course runs 9:00 to 5:00 both days This course presents a comprehensive overview of the structure of American English to give non-native writers of English the tools they need to produce clear, complete, and comprehensive documents. Participants will learn about English within the context of the type of writing the therapeutic products industry requires. The course covers the structure of the language and how to control the individual components, as well as the choices writers have in delivering messages. The course also addresses specific aspects of English that are problematic for individual participants. Attendees should come prepared with specific questions they want answered during the course.
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    Webinar On Service Oriented Writing - How to Send an Impression of Respect and Credibility

    If using three simple writing techniques could ensure readers take away a positive impression and increase the possibility that someone would actually read what you write, would you want to learn those three tips? If your answer is yes, this practical business writing session is for you. How you will benefit: Understand, and meet, the communication expectations of today's reader Send a professional, polished, and up-to-date impression through your written correspondence Monitor the tone of your writing and communicate with more confidence Express yourself appropriately, and effectively, when writing email Adopt effective writing techniques that convey respect and credibility
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    Writing Skills for Technical Professionals

    +Writing for Technical Professionals: Preparation and Planning +Writing for Technical Professionals: Effective Writing Techniques
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    Business Writing Basics

    +Business Writing: Know Your Readers and Your Purpose +Business Writing: How to Write Clearly and Concisely +Business Writing: Editing and Proofreading +Writing for Business +Written Communication +Final Exam: Business Writing Basics
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    How to Write an Effective Internal Business Case

    +Preparing a Business Case +Writing a Business Case +Presenting Your Case
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    Writing Skills for Technical Professionals

    +Writing for Technical Professionals: Preparation and Planning +Writing for Technical Professionals: Effective Writing Techniques
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    Webinar On Business Writing for Financial Professionals

    Financial professionals realize that demonstrating mastery is not limited to preparing and presenting meeting briefings and firing off summary emails on business issues. Writing proficiency emerges from their ability to craft operational and financial inquiries, fiscal analyses, revenue forecasts, internal justifications, appropriation requests, client proposals, business cases, and a whole host of other financial documents depending on their organizational responsibilities. Their formal training in these skills has been limited to academic contexts, and their company may not necessarily use standardized methods for composing these diverse documents. Thus, specialized training in financial business writing ensures that financial professionals write documents which express their organizational objectives and business purposes. Poor writing causes corporations to spend billions of dollars annually on remedial training.
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    "Performance Work Statements - Better Writing, Better Contracts, Better Results!"

    Are you or your team stressed over having to write a Performance Work Statement (PWS)? Stress not, as this is the workshop that will help you figure out where to start, what steps to take, and what language to use. Develop your skill sets with practical hands-on experiences, receive cutting edge information, and be provided with specialized tools/guidelines/templates; all while learning from instructors with recognized successes in the field who will teach you (not just tell you) how to more effectively and efficiently write a quality Performance Work Statement. Gold nugget takeaways: • eliminating the overwhelming feeling of how to get started • creating a structured, easy to read/follow contractual document • writing clearly and succinctly • dissecting confusing grammar rules • applying the Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) • getting technical team information • identifying and consolidating redundant and conflicting requirements
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    Webinar no Detecting and Preventing Embezzlement in Your Organization

    Course Objective: This course will highlight several types of embezzlement, how it can be committed and by whom. It will enable participants to identify: • The step-by-step process for identifying embezzlement risks • Fraud indicators • Evidence to substantiate suspicions of actual embezzlement • Methods to eliminate control weaknesses that allow these crimes to flourish The course will also instruct attendees on recommending a better anti-embezzlement management structure to prevent embezzlement and implement strong internal controls. Course Outline: • Understand the common and less-common types of embezzlement—at both the employee and management levels • Identify specific embezzlement scenarios and schemes threatening the organization
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    Essential Business Writing Skills

    Format: 1/2 Day On-site Training Session with option for pre-and-post editing of individual writing samples Participants: Minimum: 12; Maximum: 30 In addition to honing essential person-to-person communication skills, written skills for technical professionals can’t be overlooked. In this interactive workshop, participants will learn how to improve everything they write at work including critical emails, proposals, status reports, performance evaluations, white papers, blog posts, and more. This half-day program is the perfect refresher course or as an introduction to fundamental writing skills. Participants will learn how to: Eliminate extraneous words and phrases Revise long-winded sentences Get rid of redundancies and tag-ons Actively engage reader(s) with the best word choices Avoid pompous phrases Learn the Top 7 Writing Techniques for Business Communications Speed up their writing by planning and organizing each message Craft more effective emails and subject lines
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    2 Day Persuasive Communication Workshop

    This two-day workshop is fun, thought-provoking, and packed with new ideas and fresh techniques to help you become a clear thinker and effective communicator. The session combines best-practice business examples, experiential-learning techniques, and accelerated-learning principles to give you practical, relevant skills you will use immediately.
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    Grammar Workshop

    Click on the name of the course to be taken to our website for class schedule, class outline, and to register. Good grammar is instrumental in conveying ideas with clarity, professionalism, and precision. Even so, the informality of e-mail, texting, and tweeting has crept deep into company communications. Good grammar is a sign of professional credibility, attention to detail, and learning ability. One day class. Cost is $649.00.
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    Mastering the Business Email

    Click on the name of the course to be taken to our website for class schedule, class outline, and to register. This class concentrates on the essentials of effective business communication. We begin with paragraphs and learn paragraph construction. We then move on to formatting business letters and emails. The core of the class is learning to create effective business letters and emails. We must first identify our reader's (or customer’s) needs and expectations. We look at the three different types of emails and how to choose the appropriate one. We learn techniques for achieving clarity and precision. We conclude the module by looking at letters and emails with specific goals: the sales email, the proposal, the executive summary, getting meetings, saying no gracefully, and getting people to respond to your emails. The class concludes with techniques for editing and proofreading the final version. One day class. Cost is $649.00.
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    Target Writing Webinar

    In this business writing webinar you'll learn how to:

    * Write highly readable letters, memos, e-mails & reports
    * Overcome writer’s block using your personal thinking style
    * Find key information through efficient research
    * Create writing plans to keep you focused and on schedule
    * Write e-mails that get the attention of your readers
    * Use a writing tone to make readers more receptive to your message
    * Motivate your readers to act on your message quickly
    * Correct grammar errors that can hurt your credibility as a writer

    This self-paced webinar includes:

    * On-Demand Scheduling (you start when you want)
    * Three months of access on any Internet-capable device
    * Three months of access to your own instructor
    * Interactive slide presentation with a voice & text narrative
    * A workbook containing all the trainer strategies

    Cost: $40 per person