Writing Effective Letters, Scope Documents, Reports
Date:Mon, Feb 4th, 2019
Potential clients often judge you based on whether you can clearly articulate the services you provide. Your writing ability is important. Learn how to strengthen your skills here!
What are key elements of an effectively written document? What should I focus on in my letters, bids, proposals, work plans, reports, and documentation?
Potential clients often judge you based on whether you can clearly articulate the services you provide. Clients may skim your documents, so you need to ensure that your content is organized and that your key points stand out. Your writing ability is important.
This seminar is focused on helping you to do exactly that: to write more effectively. You’ll learn to tailor your writing for your audience and purpose. You’ll apply the strategies required for effective scope documents, letters, and reports. In addition, you’ll also incorporate key principles for editing and revising your documents.
We’ll cover multiple topics, including:
1. Planning your scope documents
2. Writing effective letters
3. Responding to bids and proposals
4. Structuring your reports and project documentation
Instructor: Eric Tung is an English Instructor at UBC and SFU, where he teaches academic, professional, and business writing courses. He has been teaching for a decade and advises firms on their change management processes and implementation, and also on complex business documents, such as proposals and technical reports. In addition, Eric designs and delivers customized business, proposal, and technical writing workshops to engineering and consulting firms.
Best Western Plus Kelowna Hotel & SuitesAddress:
2402 Highway 97N, Kelowna, V1X 4J1
Cost:Please see registration page
Ticketing and/or registration:https://icba.simplesignup.ca/3909
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For more than 40 years, the Independent Contractors and Businesses Association (ICBA) has been the voice of B.C.’s construction industry. Today, ICBA represents more than 2,000 members and clients, and is one of the leading third-party providers of group health and retirement benefits in B.C. and the single largest sponsor of apprentices in the province. ICBA undertakes public policy research and advocacy initiatives focused on the construction sector and responsible resource development. When you become a member of ICBA, you join an organization that wants you and your business to succeed. We offer a line of services that help businesses grow, including health and retirement plans, Construction Market Intelligence, skills development, wage and benefit surveys, apprenticeship support and management training, and affinity programs to improve your business’s bottom line. We are a strong voice for the industry, and our expertise is regularly sought after by both government and the private sector. We advocate on behalf of free enterprise and the construction industry of B.C., promote responsible resource development, and are an influential voice for advocating the best interests of our members.