Technical Writing Skills
Why are technical writing skills important?
Technical experts need to convey ideas to both technical and non-technical readers. The ability to convey these ideas is crucial to the decision-making and problem-solving in an organisation.

Excellent research and thorough investigations will be wasted if the findings are not documented clearly and accurately. This is where good technical writing skills are so necessary and important.

What do you gain from this two-day workshop?
This workshop discusses three important types of technical writing – technical reports, standard operating procedures (SOP), and PowerPoint slides for technical presentations.

You will learn the basic formats required for these documents, as well as the appropriate writing style and grammar to use, so that your writing can be interpreted in only one way – the way that you intend.



Workshop Objectives
  1. Know the writing style requirements for technical reports and technical SOPs.
  2. Prepare effective PowerPoint slides for technical presentations.
  3. Understand and practise the requirements of technical writing theorems.
  4. Structure sentences clearly and correctly.
  5. Create logical flow in your technical writing.
  6. Present your ideas in a way that is accurate, clear and reader-friendly.
  7. Avoid common language and style errors in technical writing.


Workshop Highlights
Technical Writing vs General Business Writing
  • The difference between technical writing and general business writing
  • Using your logical advantage
  • Writing for non-technical readers

Technical Reports
  • Parts of a formal technical report
  • Parts of an informal technical report
  • Appropriate style and grammar for reports

Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs)
  • Writing for your readers
  • Appropriate style and grammar for SOPs
  • Common pitfalls to avoid in writing SOPs

PowerPoint Slides for Technical Presentations
  • From outline to bullet points
  • Managing your text to support your message
  • Ensuring consistency in your slides
  • Using visuals and graphics in your slides

Technical Writing Theorems
  • Writing short sentences
  • Using plain English and short words
  • Using precise and objective words and phrases
  • Active vs. passive construction
  • Using paragraphs effectively
  • Creating logical flow in technical documents
  • Using technical terms and jargon

Making a Visual Impact
  • Why is layout important?
  • Techniques for improving your document layout
  • Using illustrations in your documents
  • Labelling and referring to illustrations

Essential Grammar Points to Note
  • Sentence construction
  • Common grammar mistakes to avoid

Trainer: Jolynn Chow

Venue: Royal Plaza on Scotts (OR) Rendezvous Hotel Singapore (OR) M Hotel Singapore

Duration: 2 Days

Time: 9am to 5pm

Fee: S$750


(Fee includes a training workbook, daily buffet lunch and refreshments.)

(Register 3 or more participants and pay only S$720 per participant*)

* Terms and Conditions on Registration Page

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