Dates: 9 Jan; 7 Mar 2018
Time: 9am – 5pm
Early Bird Fee: S$389
(Register one month earlier)
Normal Fee: S$420!
FOC for the 11th participant
OR 50% DISCOUNT
for 6th participant.
“Grammar is a piano I play by ear. All I know about grammar is its power.” Joan Didion
This workshop helps you build your foundation in grammar, focusing on key areas where many business writers tend to make mistakes. Through discussions, and many exercises, you will learn how to write more accurately, and edit your writing before sending them.
What You Will Gain
- The Infinitive
- – tenses commonly used in business writing
- Active Voice vs Passive Voice
- – what is the right tone to use for different types of writing
- Singular, plural
- Capital letters, small letters
- Dates, timings, numbers
- Prepositions, conjunctions
- Punctuation marks
- Business vocabulary
- Colloquialism vs Written English
Who Should Attend
ANYONE who uses email, draft letters, proposals & other materials in their work.
Nancy Yeo was certified in USA, Illinois, St. Charles, to design and deliver interpersonal skill programs. She has substantial experience delivering soft skill programs in Asia Pacific. Nancy has trained thousands of professionals, most of whom found her training very practical, and her sharing of real-life experiences very useful to their career.
Nancy prides herself with a mastery of impeccable linguistic skills in communication and in training. Her grasp of the English language is practical and hands-on in approach. Her professional experience revolves around people, liberating them to become self-assured and confident.
What Our Participants Say
“Highlight some of the daily mistakes I had made. Realize some of the grammar usage that I misinterpreted. End of the course I learn things that help in my writing.”
Nancy is an amazing instructor who can inject fun and laughter even to a highly technical training on grammar. Perfect
“The instructor taught us grammar words that are very applicable in the business context, especially when structuring sentences for writing emails.”
“Nancy is a qualified as an instructor. Voice and action were able to capture students’ attention”
“Good speaker / presenter – Got her points across effectively (eg. let us know the common errors in writing)”
“The trainer is able to share relevant examples for better understanding”