Diploma in English for Technical Writers
COMMUNICATE CONCISELY, PRECISELY, AND CONFIDENTLY
Knowledge of or experience with a technical subject, such as science or engineering, is beneficial to Technical Writers, but technical writers face a greater difficulty if they lack English language skills and the style to use in Business Management. This course is all-in-one package for Technical Writing. It is designed in accordance with the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR), and can be taken individually or through corporate training.
Online / Offline
This course is based on the European English Proficiency Framework Level B2 to C2. Formation of Study-Groups and Batches : Participants are grouped into the following categories:
GROUP 1 : Beginners or Elementary
GROUP 2 : Pre-Intermediate
GROUP 3 : Intermediate
GROUP 4 : Upper-Intermediate
GROUP 5 : Advanced
A custom-made training program that upgrades the English language skills to practically usable forms:
Following steps would be taken in case, the course is conducted as Corporate Training:
Step 1: Categorizing students into small groups according to their English levels.
Step 2: Improving their grammar and English usage skills.
Step 3: Collecting, introducing, and explaining the glossary of their professional fields through exercises.
Step 4: Applying the above in business communication such as telephoning, e-mailing, reporting, etc.
Step 5: Training all of them to create and deliver presentations professionally (includes PowerPoint usage.)
Step 6: Tracking progress through assignments and regular reviews.
Step 7: Reviewing final outcomes through a practical approach
Participants would be tested for progress, and performance reviewed frequently A test based on multiple choice questions. – 30 minutes. A written examination to test the professional use of English. – 60 minutes. An interview to test the verbal communication in a meeting. – 15 minutes each A PowerPoint slide presentation to be presented in the company premises. A presentation in the classroom (online, to be recorded for assessment) – 5 to 7 minutes each. A brief project submission with their own feedback about their progress. (500 words)
The training program will invariably, cover the major areas based on the desired outcomes, with special focus on application of the learnt skills; This syllabus will be replicated or metamorphosed to suite the levels and professional needs of each individual participant and an additional module would be included to teach them the English they need for their professions.