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Business Writing Course

Business Writing Course is essential for the non-native English speakers to interact competitively in the International arena. In response to growing demand for English language training throughout the Middle East we have made the expansion of its English language courses a priority.

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Overview of Business Writing Course:

Business Writing Course is essential for the non-native English speakers to interact competitively in the International arena. In response to growing demand for English language training throughout the Middle East we have made the expansion of its English language courses a priority. Thousands of Individuals have benefited from our many and varied Business Writing Training courses that include:

General English Training classes: Zabeel employs experienced teachers of English who adopt both new and traditional instructional methods to the unique learning styles and needs of individual students. In addition to English Training classes. Zabeel offers preparation for a number of standardized test including the Test of English as foreign Language (iBT TOEFL), International English language testing System( IELTS)

Customized Business Writing Training : Zabeel designs and conduct English training for special purposes / programs to meet the diverse requirements of public and private sector entities, including corporate companies, international & nongovernmental organizations, & businesses.

Improve your English Communication Skills  through specific English Classes offered like  Business Grammar, Advanced English

Business Writing Course
Business Writing Course

Business Writing Training For All Levels

Business Writing Course Courses are selected depending on the level of the student and the special requirement of the student. Your level will be discussed on consultation and assessment by the language consultants. This, full-fledged Business Writing Training is aimed at anyone wanting to enhance his or her English language competencies to an impressive and effective level. We offer this course in multiple levels

  • L-0 (Absolute Beginners): Candidates have little or no knowledge or experience of English

  • L-1 (Beginner): For those who have problem with the sentence making and spoken

  • L-2(Intermediate): For those who can read, write, understand, speak, but not fluently.This aims at the fluency in spoken.

  • L-3 (Upper Intermediate): It aims at spoken fluency with proper grammar and vocabulary with use of native speaker expressions

  • L-4 (Advanced): At this level you will study in grater depth and become proficient in all aspects of the language. British accent practice etc.

Class Pattern

  • Class room teaching
  • Talking to native speakers, thereby getting familiarized with British Accent
  • Communication games, role plays & debates
  • Using audio video resources to increase your accuracy and fluency
  • Working with groups to develop your communication skills

Course Instructors

Our Business Writing course is run by team of highly qualified and experienced full time Instructors for English Language and we have a holistic approach for education and we have been practicing it for the past 22 years.. The English language Department consists of 12-15 trainers , We do have CELTA certified British Instruc- tors, UK Educated Indian Trainers and also we have Qualified Arab Trainers to teach English for Arab students who are beginners who require Arabic translation to clear their doubts comfortably with the faculty.

Detailed Course Content:

Business Writing (Business Correspondence)

CHAPTER 1: The Writing Process

  1. Communicating through writing
  2. Writing guidelines
  3. The writing process
  4. Effective sentences and paragraphs
  5. Summary
  6. Review Questions

CHAPTER 2: Business Letters

  1. Business Letters
  2. Who writes Business Letters?
  3. Why write Business Letters?
  4. Business Letter Vocabulary
  5. Business Letter Formats
  6. Formatting
  7. Business Letters
  8. Envelopes for Business Letters
  9. Business Memos
  10.  Business E-mail
  11. Planning a Business Letter
  12. Writing a Business Letter
  13. Proofreading a Business Letter
  14. Useful phrase

CHAPTER 3: How to Make Business Letters

  1. Minutes of the Meeting
    1. How to Write Minutes of the Meeting
    2. Taking Minutes
    3.   Transcribing Minute
    4. Sample Board Meeting Minutes
  2. Memo
    1. What is a Memo
    2. Memo Samples
    3. Why write memos?
    4. How to write a memo?
  3. Agenda
    1. Points to be noted
    2. Sample
  4. Itinerary
    1. Trip Itinerary for the boss
    2. Sample

CHAPTER 4: How to Make Business Letters

  1. Sales Letters
  2. Orders
  3. Claim Letters
  4. Claim Adjustment Letters
  5. Enquiries – Asking for Information
  6. Responding to Enquiries and Requests for information
  7. Account Terms and Conditions
  8. Writing a Cover Letter when Applying for a Job

CHAPTER 5: Preparing CHECKLISTS

  1. Corporate Event Planning Checklist
  2. Sample Checklist

CHAPTER 6: Technical Report Writing for Engineers

  1. Transmittal Letters
  2. A cover letter and bound report
  3. Covers and Label
  4. Title Page
  5. Title Page & Table of Contents
  6. Abstract and Executive Summary
  7. A List of Figures and the Executive Summary
  8. Introduction to an Engineering Report
  9. Table of Contents
  10. List of Figures
  11. The Body of the Report
  12. Conclusions
  13. Appendices

CHAPTER 7: Analyzing Graphs, Charts and Tables

  1. Getting the Main Idea
  2. Grouping Information
  3. Vocabulary 1: The Language of Graphs
  4. Vocabulary 2: Numbers
  5. Types of Graphs

What are the General Writing strategies for developing Business Writing Skills

CHAPTER 8: Grammar

  1. Grammar
    1. Wrong Pronouns
    2. Pronouns and Antecedents
    3. Dangling Modifiers
    4. Split infinitives
    5. Parallel Structure
  2. Punctuation
  3. Capitalization
  4. Spelling
  5. Jargon
  6. Cliches
  7. Wordiness

PART 1: Organize and Begin Writing

  1. Describing Action in Progress
  2. Getting Ideas Organized
  3. Sample Past Tense
  4. Sample Present Tense
  5. Writer’s Checklist
  6. Being More Specific
  7. Comparison Paragraphs
  8. Decisions
  9. Description: Model
  10. Descriptive Writing
  11. Essay Evaluation
  12. Expressions for use with Description

PART 2: Writing Techniques

  1. Getting Started (Personal and Intellectual)
  2. How to write a description of an object
  3. Model Organization for a Personal Experience Essay
  4. Power Words
  5. Sample Essay
  6. Setting Up an Argument
  7. Some Sample “Personal Essay” Topics
  8. Some Suggestions for Writing an “Intellectual Essay”
  9. Suggestions for Writing a “Personal Experience” Essay
  10. The Writing Process
  11. Writing Paragraphs
  12. Writing Tips

PART 3: Topics for Writing

    Writing Prompts/Journal Topics More Writing Topics

PART 4

    Academic Writing

PART 5

    Essay Writing

PART 6

    Essay Topics

CHAPTER 1: The Writing Process

  1. Brainstorming Methods
  2. Finding Ideas
  3. Getting Opinions and Feedback
  4. How to Improve as a Writer
  5. Knowing When To Decline Writing Work Offers
  6. Punctuation and Poetry
  7. Short Story s. Novel
  8. The Final Draft
  9. The First Draft
  10. The Re-Write
  11. What’s in a Word
  12. Writer’s Block

CHAPTER 2: Writing Advertisements

  1. Creating Effective Ad lines
  2. Writing in Advertising
  3. Creating content for Ads for Successful Sales promotion
  4. Brochure Writing Tips

CHAPTER 3: Essays

  1. Essay Structure
  2. Informative Writing
  3. Objectivity and Subjectivity
  4. Persuasive Writing
  5. Referencing in Essays
  6. Types of Essays
  7. Use of Appropriate Tone
  8. Using Humour

CHAPTER 4: Fiction

  1. Character Development
  2. Character Evolution
  3. Creating a Character
  4. Creating Suspense
  5. Developing Your Unique Voice
  6. Fiction Dialogue
  7. Originality
  8. Plot: Writing a Blueprint
  9. Showing vs Telling
  10. Time, Chronology, Flashbacks
  11. What is a Synopsis and How to Write One
  12. What is Microfiction?
  13. Writing for Children
  14. Writing Pitfalls

CHAPTER 5: Writing Articles and News

  1. Creating a Lead
  2. How to Write News Articles
  3. Interviewing Strategies
  4. Inverted Pyramids
  5. Keeping Your Writing Concise
  6. Know Your Audience
  7. Narrative Journalism
  8. Word Count
  9. Writing Reviews
  10. Writing Within a Deadline

CHAPTER 6: Personal Writing

  1. Family Scrap Books
  2. Keeping a Diary
  3. Memorable Speech Writing
  4. Personal Touch
  5. Writing Your Memoirs

CHAPTER 7: Script Writing

  1. Plot vs. Character
  2. Script Writing
    1. Dialogue and Description
    1. Formulating The Treatment
    2. Realism or Alternate Strategies
    1. The Concept
  3. The Scene-by-Scene
  4. Writing a Narrative Script

CHAPTER 8: Publicizing Your Work

  1. Blog Creation Tools
  2. Blog Hosting
  3. Creating Your Website
  4. Email Newsletters to Promote Your Writing
  5. Giving Talks About Your Written Work
  6. How to Market Your Website
  7. Self Publishing Your eBook
  8. Starting Your Blog
  9. Website Creation Tools
  10. Website Hosting
  11. Writing Contests – The Pros and Cons

What are Technical Writing  aspects of Business Writing 

CHAPTER 1: General Report Writing

  • Report Writing
  • Determine the Scope of the Report
  • Consider the Target Audience
  • Gather and Organize the Supporting Information
  • Analyze, and Weight the Supporting Information
  • Determine the Solution, Findings and/or Recommendations
  • Determining the Report Format
  • Elements of Effective Business Report Writing
  • Importance of Graphics
  • Importance of Evidentiary Alignment
  • Short Report

CHAPTER 2: Technical Report Writing for Engineers

  • Transmittal Letters
  • Covers and Label
  • Title Page
  • Abstract and Executive Summary
  • Table of Contents
  • List of Figures
  • The Body of the Report
  • Conclusions
  • Appendices

CHAPTER 3: Analyzing Graphs, Charts and Tables

  • Getting the Main Idea
  • Grouping Information
  • Vocabulary 1: The Language of Graphs
  • Vocabulary 2: Numbers
  • Types of Graphs

CHAPTER 4: Grammar

  • Grammar
  • Wrong Pronouns
  • Pronouns and Antecedents
  • Dangling Modifiers
  • Split infinitives
  • Parallel Structure
  • Punctuation
  • Capitalization
  • Spelling
  • Jargon
  • Cliches
  • Wordiness

PART 5: Public Speaking

  • Public speaking tips
  • The art of introduction
  • How vocal tones can improve your
  • presentations
  • Kill your fillers before they kill your
  • presentation
  • Props away
  • How to engage your audience
  • Naked presenter
  • Presentation secrets
  • bB prepared be very prepared
  • 3 Golden rules on presenting
  • See yourself on camera before making a big presentation

PART 6 : Speeches

  • Speech Making Technique -Comparing and Contrast in Speeches Persuasive Speech
  • Wedding Speech Topics
  • Informative Speech Topics
  • Funeral Speech
  • Sample Famous Speeches

PART 7: Press Conference

  • How to Conduct a Public Briefing
  • How to Conduct a Successful Press
  • Conference How to Talk to the News Media

PART 8: TV Presentation Tips

  • 4 Tips For Speaking On Television
  • TV/Media Tips
  • Speaking/Presentation Tips
  • TV Production and Presentation Tips
  • Presenter Tips over VIT

PART 9: Radio Presentation Tips

  • Presenter advice
  • Radio News Tips

PART 10 : Video Conferencing Presentation Tips

  • Videoconferencing
  • Multipoint videoconferencing
  • Videoconferencing Presentation Tips
  • Presentation Preparation Guidelines
  • Preparing Visuals
  • Videoconferencing Room Recommendations

PART 11: Web Conferencing Skills

  • Web Conferencing Tips

Our Business Writing Course Curriculum developed by from Native English Teachers and Our Unique Approach is  Faster than any other Spoken English Training in the Market. Improve in Weeks!

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About Certification and Awarding Body

KHDA Certificate :

Course completion certificate attested by KHDA(Knowledge and Human Development Authority, UAE)

The Knowledge and Human Development Authority (KHDA) is responsible for the growth and quality of private education in Dubai. We support schools, universities, parents, students, educators, investors and government partners to create a high quality education sector focused on happiness and well being.

Title : BUSINESS WRITING

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