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Fundamentals of Technical Writing

Course Number: MGT X424

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3 units

Examine processes and formats involved in writing three of the most common technical documents: user guides, policy and procedure manuals, and proposals.

  • The development of writing skills and proper use of English
  • User guide standards
  • Policy and procedure manuals
  • Basic formatting and structure
  • Evaluating user requirements
  • Document development techniques

Available Sections

Starting Apr 9

174CPX004

Starting Apr 9
174CPX004

Course Fees

$495 Early Bird Discount ends on Apr 3
$545 after Apr 3

Instructor

Eric Guignard [ bio ]

close [x] Eric J. Guignard, M.P.A., is a freelance writer and editor with specialization in technical writing. His background includes planning, composing and editing numerous works such as internal policies, desktop procedures, training manuals, and company handbooks. He is especially skilled in the research and implementation of professional communications and in writing concise, understandable information.

Schedule:

Begins:
Apr 9 - Jun 15, 2018

Location:

Online Course Moodle

Section Notes:

Students will need access to a computer, an email account, a word processing software product such as Microsoft Word, and Adobe Acrobat Reader 7 or later version to view additional articles or documents, and should have an understanding of college-level English.

 

Textbook:

Mandatory
"Technical Writing 101: A Real-World Guide to Planning and Writing Technical Content"
Pringle, O'Keefe
ISBN: 0970473362

Prerequisites

No Prerequisites for this course

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