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Canadian Community of Corporate Educators

Plain Language for L & D Professionals


How plain language techniques can help you write better training documents

As L & D professionals, you communicate technical information to non-technical audiences in the proposals, reports, training materials, manuals, websites, job aids and agreements you write. To be successful, you need to be simple, clear and engaging without compromising either the precision of your message or your personal credibility. In this session, learn plain language techniques to help you find a writing style that balances being simple and direct with being professional.

Bring in a sample of your own writing. It can be part of a leader?s guide, a proposal, an agreement, a report, a website, or training manual. You will have an opportunity to evaluate it at the end of the meeting.

Speaker Bio

Jody Bruner is the founder of Bruner Business Communication Inc., a consulting firm specializing in providing writing skills training and services.

Jody has a Bachelor’s degree in English and a Master’s degree in fine arts. She has presented her work at various academic conferences throughout the continent and is an award-winning writer. Bruner-1711_7x7_WEB (2)

After working for three years as a writing instructor at York University’s Centre for Academic Writing, Jody recognized the need for effective writing skills in the corporate world and training that goes beyond simple letter writing. She founded Bruner Business Communication in 1996 to teach business people how to think more clearly and communicate more effectively.

Along with her general management duties at Bruner Business Communication, Jody is responsible for all course design and development. As a trainer and speaker, she brings her considerable energy, enthusiasm and commitment to helping people improve their writing skills.

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Date(s) - 21/05/2014
8:45 am - 11:00 am

Learning Tree International



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