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Our courses combine live online sessions, which are facilitated by the course presenter, with self-directed online learning.
What is the focus of this course?
This online course, presented by the Communication Lab of the Language Centre, will equip you with techniques to write state-of-the-art business reports. You will identify the main purpose of a report and learn techniques for shaping it into a strategic tool. The course will help you to:
- understand what content should be included in business reports
- focus on nitty-gritty language skills needed for effective business writing
- learn how to engage your audience
- select and structure information
- use formatting, self-revision, and editing to enhance your report
A certificate of competence will be awarded following the successful completion of this course.
Who should attend and what are the career benefits?
If you are responsible for reporting on business-related activities or compiling and presenting business reports, then this course is for you! This is not an entry-level course and report writing experience is required.
To ensure optimal learning, we limit the number of participants. The live online sessions are complemented by online learning, and all aspects of the course are assessed.
You will need a computer and reliable web browser to run our online learning platforms (MS Teams and SUNOnline) and you need access to a stable internet connection to connect to the live online sessions. You should be familiar with creating electronic documents.
When and how will this course take place?
Our hybrid courses combine live online sessions, which are facilitated by the course presenter, with self-directed online learning.
This course opens before the first live online session and closes well after the last live online session. This allows enough time for you to activate your SUNOnline presence before the live sessions start.
Live online sessions
(10:00 to 12:00)
(opening and closing dates)
|Course 1:||14, 21, and 28 September, 5,12, and 19 October||8 September to 31 October||31 August|
During this course, you will spend your time as follows (this may vary for individuals):
- one live session per week of two hours each
- about six hours per week of self-paced reading and completing tasks, quizzes, activities, and assignments
What is the cost?
The course fee is R6 350, which includes course material, assessments, live online sessions with your presenter, and access to the online platforms.
Please note that all course fees are payable before the course starts and that we will present this course only if a minimum of ten paid candidates have confirmed attendance.
Click on this link if you are interested in doing this course and fill in the form. We will send you a link to apply for the short course.
Contact Michelle Pieters at firstname.lastname@example.org or 021 808 2812 for more details.
You could also discuss your specific short course and development needs with us. Please enquire about our available short courses, course dates, and options for tailor-making a course.