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Effective Email: Email Training Course

You write emails on a daily basis but do they always get the results you want?
Are some of your email habits working against you? Most of us now spend a significant part of our working day dealing with emails, but email often makes work rather than helps getting it done. Despite being such an important part of work, very few people receive formal email training.

In our Email Masterclass you will learn the seven principles that make email work. This includes how to address and sign off emails, organise your content and consider your audience, to make sure you get the best results from the emails you send. We discuss things that can affect the tone of your emails, and what to do if an interchange is becoming heated.

We also touch on technical issues to help you make the most of your email software, but the course does not cover specific use of email software in detail.

What you will learn on this email training course

During this course, you will cover:

What our customers say

“I feel the course has highlighted errors I make every day in emails and has developed my skills to overcome these.”

DT, John Wiley

“The course leader was very engaging, charming and understanding. She knew the material very well and drew on personal experiences and anecdotes for clear examples.”

MB, Harrods

“Excellent course, great trainer: friendly, relaxed, engaging.”

MDT, Perform Group

How we deliver the email training course

This course is available a half-day private tutor led session at your premises.

You also have the option of:

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Email Training Course Contents

Introduction

Principle 1. Get to the point

Principle 2. Only write it if you’d say it to their face – while your boss is watching!

Principle 3. Use the power of the subject line

Principle 4. Make email work for you, not against you

Principle 5. Write for keeps; write professionally

Principle 6. Don’t make spam

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For details of timetabled courses, see the schedule.

To reserve your places you can book on-line, book a private course or call us on +44 (0)844 445 7743.

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