Getting to grips with grammar
12th October 2012
If you are interested in taking part in this training, please email Bensmith@prmoment.com to find out upcoming dates and availability.
Format: Our online courses take the form of an interactive 90 minute, live webinar tutorial.
Why this course is useful:
This is an essential refresher for PR professionals who need to produce high-quality written work. If you’ve ever been confused about where to place an
apostrophe or how to use a semicolon properly, this is the course for you. Whether you are drafting a press release, email, proposal, feature or web page, you need to be confi dent that your work will pass scrutiny.
How will attendees benefit:
This course will give you the confidence to use punctuation and sentence structure correctly and address common English grammar mistakes in a common sense and light-hearted format. It will provide reassurance to every writer and provide delegates with a renewed confidence in the documents they produce.
Who should attend:
This seminar is ideal for all PR professionals who have to write or edit work on a day-to-day basis.
What attendees will learn:
• Grammar myths explored
• What makes a sentence a sentence
• Placing commas correctly
• Semicolons and colons: when and why to use them
• Apostrophes: never confuse it’s and its again
• Getting plurals right
• Differences between American and British English
• Your personal grammar questions answered
Further payment information:
The cost of each individual course is $US 60 when paying online. If you are booking more than 5 courses, and wish to be invoiced, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. If you would like to opt for the Online Certificate, the online payment cost is US$745. Again, if you prefer to be invoiced, please contact email@example.com.
If you have problems booking this course please call our booking hotline number 00 44 1962 832542 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. To check the price of this course in rupees, there is a currency converter at the bottom of the page.