| Writing Emails for the Workplace
Would you like to improve your English skills in a supportive and friendly environment? In this class we will focus on building your email writing skills for the workplace. You will learn how to set up an email address, how to send and receive emails and what the different parts of emails are called. You will learn how best to organise your emails and understand your inbox. You will also learn about email etiquette - how to be polite with your email communications. You will learn about starting and finishing emails and how to write a well organised email with a clear purpose and paragraphs. You will also learn proofreading skills.
Westfield Penrith on Tuesday
Beginning 9/2/2021 from 16:00:00 to 18:00:00
for 8 Weeks
Topics Covered include:
Learn how to say email addresses, how contacts and address books are used and what domain names are. 2. Sending and receiving emails What are the different parts of an email called? Learn what cc stands for, what an attachment is, how to copy someone in and more. Organising your emails How can you organise your emails to save time and make your job easier? How to understand your Inbox. Email etiquette Some simple rules to follow on what or what not to write in your emails. Will your email be formal or informal? What should your layout look like? How should you start and finish your emails? Some points to consider when emailing to make arrangements. What sort of questions to use when making arrangements How to use expressions of time How to use tenses Practicing how to ask questions in emails using subject questions, yes/no questions, object questions, and Let me know. How to write a well organised email with a clear purpose and paragraphs. Checking your email for spelling mistakes, grammar mistakes, and punctuation. Start an email. Use all skills and tools learnt to write an email suitable for the workplace.
The student will understand what an email is used for and the correct terminology to use. The student will learn skills throughout the program including starting and finishing an email, using paragraphs and proofreading, which will enable the student to write both an informal and formal email that is appropriate for the workplace.
On the first session bring
Blank notebook, pen, computer
Items to be purchased during the course
Special Issues To Note
$0 or $150 for non-permanent residents.
NCC Code: 82REAA121