Australian Writers' Centre - Business writing courses
CEO, Australian Writers' Centre
Business writing is part of everything we do. Even people who think they can't write are spending hours every day drafting emails, writing reports and taking notes.
Make your business writing more fluid, more professional, and less of a chore.
With our self paced courses, you can learn the foundations of business writing, content writing and media releases.
Or develop your own copywriting business by taking our tutor-led courses that will help you find and pitch clients, develop your practice and start sending invoices.
We also offer group training to organisations. Now is the perfect time for your team to learn the fundamentals of good written communication, all delivered via our easy-to-use online platform.
At the Australian Writers' Centre, we provide real world “best practice” training from experienced professionals.
Learn the fundamentals of business writing
Fast track your copywriting career
Group training via Online Live classroom or at your workplace
Tools to further your business writing
Online Live courses
Business writing fundamentals
Strategies for getting more clients
How to fill your portfolio fast
Position yourself as a specialist
|Online with tutor|
|5 weeks||15 June 2020|
|$550||BOOKINGS OPEN NOW|
Group training we bring to your workplace or we can conduct classrooms on Zoom
The business toolkit
World-class training from world-class presenters
Michelle Guillemard is an award-winning freelance writer specialising in corporate training and communication. Her clients include insurers, government departments, not-for-profit organisations, tech companies, digital agencies, hospitals and healthcare groups. More
Carli Ratcliff established and has led the UX/UI writing team at Qantas for many years. She now also advises on UX/UI digital content and best practice for clients including SBS OnDemand, and advises Adobe on the design of their ‘Writing for Voice’ platform. Carli is an award-winning editor, journalist, digital content specialist and UX/UI writer. More
Kate Hennessy is a professional writer who splits her time between corporate writing, travel writing, journalism, editing and communications consulting.
As a travel writer, Kate's travel stories can be seen regularly in The Guardian, The Sydney Morning Herald, The Age, Vice/Noisey, The Saturday Paper, The Australian Financial Review (Life & Leisure), The Australian, The Wire, The Quietus, AWOL, Wellbeing Magazine, CEO Magazine, Get Lost Magazine, Marie Claire, A Hotel Life and more!
Grant Doyle is an experienced copywriter, content manager and web editor. After many years as a print journalist and author, Grant began writing web content in the late 1990s. Since then, he’s worked for many corporations, government departments, SMEs and not-for-profit organisations in various online content roles. More
Deb Doyle is a consultant who runs three businesses: Editorial Training Services, Living Proof – Book Editing, and Draw On. She specialises in publication editing as well as in training company and government employees to improve their skills in grammar, punctuation, writing, editing, proofreading and plain English. She’s conducted courses for AMP, Police NSW, the Productivity Commission, the RTA, and many other corporate and government entities in Sydney and Melbourne. More
Sue White is a freelance features and travel writer whose stories have featured in The Sydney Morning Herald, The Age, Vogue Australia, Travel + Leisure (Australia), Sun Herald Travel, Women’s Health, Vogue Entertaining + Travel, CNN Traveller, the South China Morning Post, Good Health, various ABC outlets, Green Living, Green Lifestyle magazine and numerous other publications in both Australia and overseas. More
Ky Chow has over a decade of journalism experience as a reporter for Australia’s top news brands such as SBS, Sky News, the Australian Financial Review and the ABC. As a specialist in business and finance journalism, Ky can share how to write persuasively on business topics both simple and complex. More
Kath Walters is a business writing trainer, journalist, feature writer, editor and book coach. Over her career at Fairfax Business Media and beyond, her stories appeared in the Australian Financial Review, Smart Company, Business Review Weekly, Business Spectator, Women’s Agenda, ANZ Bluenotes and Company Director. More
Valerie Khoo is an award-winning feature writer who is also CEO of the Australian Writers’ Centre. She writes for a range of corporate and consumer publications and was previously a regular writer for The Sydney Morning Herald and The Age for over 15 years. Valerie is also the author of six books. Her latest book is Power Stories: The 8 Stories You MUST Tell to Build an Epic Business. More