To Advance Your Career, Advance Your Ability to Write

Today’s world demands that impactful writing be hyper-concise and compelling. The workplace is filled with people who meet a job’s technical requirements, but who can’t express themselves clearly in writing. That’s why effective writing skills are highly valued by employers in every field.

You don’t have to be born with good writing skills. You can learn and practice them in this course, which is designed to help professionals excel in written communications with customers and co-workers. Business Writing is a 12-hour course that will transform the way you write.

Snapshot

Format: Online, Live Sessions

Hours: 12 

Credits: 1.2 CEUs

When: Dec. 3 - 4, 2020

Cost: $549 w/ materials

 

  • How to streamline the writing process from start to finish
  • Strategies to optimize your natural writing style
  • About the link between critical thinking and clear writing
  • Ways to measure the readability of your documents
  • Important grammar skills

Who Should Attend?

This course can benefit anyone who communicates in writing - especially those currently working in a professional work environment.

Course Information

Course Number: 

93457

Course Date Info: 

Thursday, December 3, 2020 & Friday, December 4, 2020
9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Course Format:
Online, Live Sessions

Course Fee(s): 

$549 (includes course materials)

For information on our Organizational Group Discount, please call (706) 542-3537.

Dan Strohl

Dan has devoted his career to developing the communication and technical skills of professional staff. His passion is to work in a classroom setting or on-site with his clients, basing course content on “real-world” work situations. Combining discussion with collaborative exercises, he creates an exceptional learning environment that addresses individual goals as well as organizational needs.

His experience as a trainer and speaker spans four decades. While in graduate school, he trained tour guides at the Atlanta Zoo. While serving in the Air Force, he trained a diverse mix of military and civilian staff. He completed his federal career at the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ), where he led reviews of federal programs and taught classes on writing and auditing.

Since leaving DOJ, he has taught thousands of employees nationwide in the public and private sectors. Among his clients are NASA, NTSB, Dassault Systems, Pfizer, L-3 Communications, the University of Georgia, the Department of Homeland Security, and the Department of Defense.

Dan received his Bachelor of Science degree from Duke University and his Master of Arts degree from the University of West Georgia. He enjoys family activities, racewalking, and volunteering in the community. He has chaired the Speakers Bureau of Zoo Atlanta and was president of a chapter of Toastmasters International.