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If you think that email has replaced letter writing in business, think again.
There are many cases in which business letter writing is still essential. We use business letters to communicate something too important or too formal for an ordinary email. If you have never written a business letter, you may be unsure of the standards and formats. This course takes the mystery out of business letter writing and teaches you how to produce clear, sophisticated letters.
Take This Course If ...
- You need to write business letters but are unsure of the correct format and conventions.
- You want to write effective business letters that have impact.
This course teaches you how to communicate clearly and professionally in business letters. It explains best practices, provides examples and illustrations, and applies those skills to specific types of letters. Instruction includes evaluation of practice assignments, with coaching through revising.
When You Complete This Course ...
- You will understand when it’s appropriate to write a business letter, what formats and salutations to use, what to include, and how to sign off.
- You will have a clearer understanding of how to avoid ambiguity and jargon in your letters.
- You will understand what to include in your letters, what to leave out, and how to clarify your composition process so that you accomplish what you want with this key business tool.
- You will know how to modify business letter templates for different uses: to convey good or bad news, make announcements, or submit requests.
How It Works
When you enroll, we give you access to all the online lessons and training materials. Each lesson builds on the lessons that precede it. We offer clear explanations for every part of our training and plenty of real-world examples of how to apply the skills you are learning.
Set Your Own Pace
You go at your own pace and submit assignments when you are ready. You don’t have to be online with other students or perform activities at specific times.
Your instructor evaluates all your work, coaches you through learning the skills, and gives you personalized feedback on what you are doing well and what still needs polish. You can contact your instructor at any time if you have questions about your training, business writing, or the English language.
When you finish the course within two months, you receive a graduation certificate.