A comprehensive course for business / creative writing, copywriting, email writing, content writing, blogging etc.
This IAOTH, UK Accredited editing and proofreading course will help the learners improve their skills in business writing, technical writing, creative writing, copywriting, email writing, content writing, blogging report writing, communication skills, and punctuation etc. This course will be helpful for everyone who ever writes or types :).
This concise course is designed, keeping in mind that you may not have any prior knowledge about editing and proofreading, and you really want to learn about it, despite your busy schedule. So, we have tried to avoid jargon as much as possible and simplified concepts and terminology for you.
It is also helpful for a wide range of professionals including but not limited to content writers, journalists, researchers, scholars, consultants, healthcare professionals, creative writers etc.
This programme is accredited, and this Arbington course is recognized for certification by Virtued Academy International, an autonomous institute, under the Virtued Society, incorporated under the act 21, 1860 of the Government of U.P., India. Validity & Utility of the training is conditionally in conformity with the Constitution of India, and the laws of the land under Article 19 1 G. Virtued Academy International provides continuing education for individuals interested in self-development and students should contact the IAOTH, UK for registration/ accreditation and relevant local authorities for the scope of practice.
This course includes a wide range of topics e.g. In-depth editing/ deep editing, steps involved in editing, proofreading strategies, understanding the context and scope of the piece, breaking up individual points, making sense of individual points, deleting irrelevant points, eliminating rambling, eliminating repetition, verifying the “facts”, removing contradicting statements, finding and adding missing points, choosing the angle, creating categories, creating a narrative structure, ordering points within sections, creating narrative “turns”, making the piece read well, clearing up the clutter, arranging paragraphs, creating a jazzy intro, creating a snazzy ending, making the narrative more evocative, correctly introducing every person and entity, referencing, checking the spelling, grammar, and punctuation, replacing jargons with simple words, matching the title, fixing inconsistencies, IT skills, useful editing and proofreading software and websites, best practices, marketing etc.