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Offer ends 18 October 2021
Study method
Distance learning, self-paced
Duration
500 hours
Qualification
No formal qualification
CPD
130 CPD hours / points
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Creative Writing

Creative Writing Advanced Diploma Level 6. CPD Accredited Certificate with 130 CPD points. This course comes with easy to understand e-learning study materials.

We write for different purposes; sometime to explain things or sometime to convince others beside this there are some professional type of writing that we do, such type of writing must be clear, complete, concise and correct.

Creative Writing

Creative Writing is a type of professional communication which refers to reports, emails, memorandums, proposals and other writings used in business for the communication of internal and external audiences. This unit will assist the learners to identify the different forms which are used in Creative writing and various useful techniques that are required for good writing.

Creative Writing

The unit addresses the most fundamental building blocks for business writing and describes the importance of writing, four C’s of communication and writing and active and passive voice; it also explains word agreement, sentences and sentence types.

Creative Writing

On the completion of this unit learners will be able to understand various concerned topics readability index, manners and courtesy, practical language and inclusive language including a look at sentence construction and punctuation.

CPD

130 CPD hours / points
Accredited by The CPD Standards Office

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Description

Creative Writing

Creative Writing - Objectives

After the completion of this course learners will be able to:

  • Creative Writing - Discuss how to make writing clear, complete, concise, and correct.
  • Creative Writing - How to improve sentence construction and paragraph development
  • Creative Writing - Understand how to deal with specific business requests.
  • Creative Writing - Understand how to create effective business cases, proposals, and reports
  • Creative Writing - Identify the benefits to proper research and documentation
  • Creative Writing - Describe other thinking styles, including left/right brain thinking and whole-brain thinking
  • Creative Writing - Review your work so that it is clear, concise, complete, and correct.
  • Creative Writing - Understand how to deal with specific business requests.
  • Creative Writing - Understand how to create effective business cases, proposals, and reports

Creative Writing - Program Content

Lesson(s)

Creative Writing - Unit 1- The C’s Of Quality Writing

The Creative Writing unit covers the following topics:

  • Creative Writing - Writing Clearly
  • Creative Writing - Writing Concisely
  • Creative Writing - Writing Correctly

Creative Writing - Unit 2- Writing Technicalities

The Creative Writing unit covers the following topics:

  • Creative Writing - Building Paragraphs
  • Creative Writing - Emphasis
  • Creative Writing - Proper Paragraphs

Creative Writing - Unit 3-Preparing Business Documents

The Creative Writing unit covers the following topics:

  • Creative Writing - Types of Letters
  • Creative Writing - Preparing Business Documents
  • Creative Writing - Requests for Proposals
  • Creative Writing - Writing Reports
  • Creative Writing - Documentation

Creative Writing - Unit 4- Setting Goals

The Creative Writing unit covers the following topics:

  • Creative Writing - Understanding the Importance of Goal Setting
  • Creative Writing - Creating Your Personal Vision Statement
  • Creative Writing - The Bucket Principle

Creative Writing - Unit 5- Developing Research Skills

The Creative Writing unit covers the following topics:

  • Creative Writing - Why Are Research Skills Important?
  • Creative Writing - Reading and Note-Taking Techniques
  • Creative Writing - 7±2 Rule]

Creative Writing - Unit 6- Developing Creativity & Innovation

The Creative Writing unit covers the following topics:

  • Creative Writing - Creativity and Innovation
  • Creative Writing - Individual Creativity
  • Creative Writing - Creative Thinking Methods
  • Creative Writing - Decision Making
  • Creative Writing - Understanding Mind Mapping
  • Creative Writing - Creating a Mind Map
  • Creative Writing - Metaphors and Analogies
  • Creative Writing - Brainstorming

Creative Writing - Unit 7- Developing Critical Thinking Skills

The Creative Writing unit covers the following topics:

  • Creative Writing - Defining Critical Thinking
  • Creative Writing - Characteristics of a Critical Thinker
  • Creative Writing - Common Critical Thinking Styles
  • Creative Writing - Left- and Right-Brain Thinking
  • Creative Writing - Whole-Brain Thinking
  • Creative Writing - The Critical Thinking Model
  • Creative Writing - A Critical Thinker’s Skill Set
  • Creative Writing - Probing Techniques
  • Creative Writing - Active Listening Skills
  • Creative Writing - Dealing with Assumptions
  • Creative Writing - Techniques for Thinking Creatively

Creative Writing - Unit 8- Fundamentals Of Business Writing

The Creative Writing unit covers the following topics:

  • Creative Writing - Why Write is important
  • Creative Writing - Four C’s of communication and writing
  • Creative Writing - Word Agreement
  • Creative Writing - Active and Passive Voice
  • Creative Writing - Sentences and Sentence Types
  • Creative Writing - Readability Index
  • Creative Writing - Manners and Courtesy
  • Creative Writing - Practical Language
  • Creative Writing - Inclusive Language
  • Creative Writing - Sentence Construction
  • Creative Writing - Punctuation

Creative Writing - Unit 9- Proposal Writing

The Creative Writing unit covers the following topics:

  • Creative Writing - Business Writing Basics
  • Creative Writing - Types of Proposals
  • Creative Writing - Writing Your Proposal
  • Creative Writing - Drafting a Proposal
  • Creative Writing - Writing Rules
  • Creative Writing - Basic Proposal Formats
  • Creative Writing - The Fog Index

Creative Writing - Unit 10- Writing Business Letters

The Creative Writing unit covers the following topics:

  • Creative Writing - Types of Letters
  • Creative Writing - Preparing Business Documents
  • Creative Writing - Requests for Proposals
  • Creative Writing - Writing Reports
  • Creative Writing - Documentation

Creative Writing - Unit 11- Writing Effective Emails

The Creative Writing unit covers the following topics:

  • Creative Writing - E-mail Basics
  • Creative Writing - Spelling and Proofreading
  • Creative Writing - Proofreading Tips

Creative Writing - Unit 12- Writing Memos

The Creative Writing unit covers the following topics:

  • Creative Writing - The Anatomy of a Memo
  • Creative Writing - Reviewing Your Writing

Creative Writing - Unit 13- Writing For The Web

The Creative Writing unit covers the following topics:.

  • Creative Writing - Getting to Know the Web
  • Creative Writing - It’s Work to Influence Others
  • Creative Writing - Creating Your Content
  • Creative Writing - Writing Goals
  • Creative Writing - Writing for Different Mediums
  • Creative Writing - Testing the Waters
  • Creative Writing - Writing for the Web
  • Creative Writing - Deciding What’s Fit to Print
  • Creative Writing - Adding Audio and Video to Your Content
  • Creative Writing - Getting Your Content Noticed
  • Creative Writing - What Do They Want?
  • Creative Writing - Possible Solutions

Creative Writing - Course Benefits

  • Creative Writing - Full Tutor Support
  • Creative Writing - Self paced, no fixed schedules
  • Creative Writing - Available to students anywhere in the world
  • Creative Writing - 24/7 Access to the LMS ( Learning Management System )
  • Creative Writing - Easy to understand quality e-learning study materials.

Creative Writing - Course Material

All course materials are included in the course price. All your study material will be available on our learning management system for which you will get access once you are enrolled. The material can be downloaded and printed as well.

Our distance learning course materials are specially written for home study and contain a wealth of knowledge in easy to understand language. We use variety of media to help you learn. Your course may use any of the following different media which you can use from home or where ever you choose to study:

  • Creative Writing - Online course materials
  • Creative Writing - Question papers
  • Creative Writing - Additional Supporting Material
  • Creative Writing - Useful Links

Creative Writing - Course assessment

You will be continually assessed throughout the course. Your assignment will be marked by your tutor and independently moderated. The feedback on your assignment will then be sent to you. On receipt of this, you may wish to contact your tutor to discuss the feedback.

Who is this course for?

Creative Writing

  • Creative Writing - Business owners, managers, entrepreneurs,
  • Creative Writing - People seeking to expand their career opportunities
  • Creative Writing - Existing employees looking to develop their CPD
  • Creative Writing - Office workers at all levels
  • Creative Writing - Team Leaders and supervisors
  • Creative Writing - Entrepreneurs planning to start their own business

Requirements

Creative Writing

There is no particular entry requirement.

Option 1

CPD Accredited Certificate (issued by CPD Standard Office)

(PDF format)=£30

(Hard copy)=£120 + postal charges

Option 2

Certificate in Counselling Skills issued by CPD (Courses for Professional Development)

PDF Certificate - FREE

Hard copy - £25 + postal charges

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Career path

Creative Writing

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