"100% free video course - Technical writing training course "

Learn the full range of writing techniques needed to create good user documents and work as a professional technical writer


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Marie Louise earned a degree in technical writing from the American University in Paris. She specialized in DITA authoring and drafting responses to calls for bids. She pays particular attention to minimalism and usability testing. – Marie-Louise Flacke

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✓ Designing and structuring technical documentation

✓ Writing procedures

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✓ Real life applications

✓ Train for a job in high demand: technical writing

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This free course is an overview of the full technical writing training course.

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    Points covered by this course

    1. Introduction, fields of activity, objectives and rules of technical writing

    2. Introduction to instruction writing, example of pivot sentences

    3. Close up on structure, parallelism and poor exemples (Ipad user guide)

    4. Technical writing essentials and order writing template

    What our trainees think about the training

    This training has allowed me to better understand the profession of technical writer and the various activities involved. The practical exercises in this field were useful for applying different rules and guidelines for the preparation of user documents. Gabriella D.
    I have learned a tremendous amount and developed many skills. I now consider myself a proficient technical writer. Fabrice P.
    This training has given me even more rigor than I had before, as well as an incalculable amount of knowledge, both editorial and methodological. Jean-Pierre B.