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Self-study Training

Why self-study?

Training budgets have been under pressure for years, but new and existing staff still need to develop their communication skills if they are to be effective in the workplace. Whether you are one person looking to improve your writing skills, or need to train several hundred people, self-study could be the answer.

If staff are scattered over several locations or work unsociable hours it may be difficult to participate in face-to-face training. With self-study courses you study when it suits you and at your own pace.

Licences

Valid for a whole year, you can either buy one licence per person or bulk licences. Please ask for details.

Plain Words’ self-study courses

Our courses address the most common requirements in business writing such as how to write concise, easy to read emails and business reports. We also give you good foundation principles that will improve whatever business writing you need to undertake. Click on a course to see more details.

Try it for free

If you’d like to see it for yourself, why not view our free 10 minute module on apostrophes. This short module demonstrates our fool-proof process for determining when and when not to use an apostrophe.

You can also view samples of the above courses by clicking on the link from the outline.

Find out more

We are developing a range of full courses and individual modules. We can quickly put together bespoke courses using our existing modules, and adapt or create new modules to your delegates’ individual needs. Licence fees are available if you have lots of people to train.

Talk to us to find out more.

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