Business Writing

AESDC courses are taught using a combination of lectures, guided participation, drills, and practical/real-life communication practice. The course is designed to quickly equip participants with a degree of confidence in their own communication skills, allowing them to more readily participate in written exchanges. Aside from the classroom training, participants also do 5 online writing assignments after the course, for which they receive scores and individual feedback to help them apply what they learned and continue to improve.

By the end of the training, participants will have:

  • Gained higher awareness of essential writing skills and etiquette
  • Gained more confidence in writing in English by gaining more vocabulary and strategies
  • Enhanced their active vocabulary (expressions, grammatical and lexical collocations, other lexical units) to communicate using various formats (emails, formal letters, etc)
  • Enhanced grammatical competence for writing in English
Overview: Business Writing is Persuasive Writing
Common Errors in Writing in English
Business Language for Writing: Tone and Vocabulary
Sentence Construction
Paragraph Development
Coherence and Organization in Writing: Developing and Connecting Topics
Mechanics of Writing
Writing Persuasively: Using the 4 Cs
The Writing Process: Drafting, Revising, Editing and Proofreading
The Writing Process: Drafting, Revising, Editing and Proofreading