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BWC140 Writing Coaching for Executive Nonnative Speakers of English



 
Tuition: $395.00
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The BWC140 Writing Coaching for Executive Nonnative Speakers of English course is oriented toward executives and managers who are nonnative speakers of English and want the individual attention and focused training that will help them write clear documents and polish their language usage. Your instructor will evaluate your writing by reading samples or your writing that you provide. The instructor will determine what you need to learn to be able to write high-quality business documents. The course will teach you the skills. This course includes both training in how to structure clear business documents and in language usage.

Course Time: You will go through the course at your own pace, so you could complete it within a few weeks. However, you have up to four months to complete the course so you can fit the study time into your schedule. All lessons must be finished within the four-month period.

Course Content

The BWC140 Writing Coaching for Executive Nonnative Speakers of English course is oriented toward executives and managers who are nonnative speakers of English and want the individual attention and focused training that will help them write correctly and effectively. Dr. Robert Craig Hogan, director of the Business Writing Center, teaches the course. He has been a manager and upper-level executive in several companies and has taught writing skills to executives for 38 years.

The course is based on your ability with the English language. You will submit writing from actual work situations or using simulations prepared for the course. Dr. Hogan will work with you to help you learn how to improve your language usage, clarity, organization, sentence structure, and all other aspects of your writing. The training will include reading assignments from a grammar textbook.


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