Organisations and individuals are often judged by the quality of letters, reports and other correspondence they produce. Persons who possess the ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in written form, achieve greater respect and are more likely to succeed and progress, than those who lack this skill. This course is the first of a two part course which focuses on the essential skill of business writing. The importance of this skill is often not fully understood and the problems posed by poorly written business letters, reports and other correspondence, are not realized.  

This Business Writing Skills Course is designed to provide the skills persons need to be able to write clear, well-structured, effective letters, e-mails, memos, bulletins, reports, and other business documents. 

What You Will Learn:

Target Audience:

All persons who are required to write correspondence and reports on behalf of their organisations.

Material Included:

Difficulty: Intermediate


Non-member Purchase

1 month of access

One – time purchase of online course with a completion date of one month. Certificate of participation awarded on successful completion of the two – part series. Amount quoted does not include applicable taxes.

Standard Membership


Get access for two persons to high value courses, webinars, group consultations,  discussions and other resources at a fraction of their regular cost.
Annual membership: $2,400 TTD ($360.00 USD) (plus applicable taxes) per person  billed monthly.

Premium Membership


This a group membership plan that provides access to high value courses, webinars, group consultations and discussions and other resources at a fraction of their regular cost.

Annual membership applicable to groups of three persons and over : $2,280 TTD ($335.00 USD) (plus applicable taxes) per one person  billed monthly.

Business Writing Part 1 – Fundamentals

Unit One: Grammar

This unit examines the use of passive and active construction in business writing and its effects.

Unit Two: Sentence Construction
Unit Three: Spelling

A review of differences between American and British English.

Unit Four: Punctuation

A look at some common problems in the use of punctuation.

Unit Five: Usage 1

This unit looks at some of the problems that exist in the way words are used during writing.

Unit Five: Usage 2

This unit continues to examine some of the problems with words usage during writing.