Corporate Training with the Australian Writers' Centre
Your customers, team members and managers are surrounded by information every day. To cut through, you need to be clear and to the point.
That’s where we come in. No matter what industry or role you’re in, the principles of clear communication can help you in your work. Our specialised training is available right now. All over Australia.
Transform the skills of your team members
- Ideal for managers.
- Clear, concise writing for reports, proposals and memos.
- Perfect for customer service and support staff.
- Effective business correspondence and everyday writing skills.
- Essential for anyone writing for your company website or intranet.
- Tips and techniques to communicate more effectively online.
- For staff members regularly working on documents.
- The skills you need to edit faster with greater confidence and fewer errors.
- A great refresher for staff.
- Ensure your messages (from emails and letters to longer documents and reports) are perfectly polished – concise, clear and correct.
BONUS Australian Business Style Guide
Participants are constantly amazed at how much knowledge they can immediately take away and begin using after attending an AWC training course. And to help cement the learning, we provide all those booked in corporate training with something else to take away – a BONUS copy of the Australian Business Style Guide (usually $49). The perfect desk guide to have on-hand at all times.
BONUS Online Training Library for every participant
(usually $564 a year)
All participants receive access to Ask Seneca, our Business Communication Online Training Library.
This purpose-built suite is vital for anyone who needs to write as part of their job – providing your staff with ongoing video tutorials at their fingertips. Ask Seneca offers guidelines on the golden rules of business writing, how to plan reports and proposals, the rules of business correspondence – and much more. A virtual writing mentor, available around the clock!
We're committed to the ongoing success of your staff, which is why all corporate training participants receive one year's access for free. Find out more about Ask Seneca here.
Learn from the best
Kate Hennessy is a professional writer who splits her time between corporate writing, journalism, editing and communications consulting. Kate’s experience includes a role as senior writer and editor at The Editor Group and internal communications at Cisco. She has consulted to organisations including Insurance Australia Group, Sydney Theatre Company, Channel 7, National Science Week, Community Broadcasting Association of Australia, pwc, MBF and E*TRADE Australia. 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
Nic Brasch is a corporate writer with more than 15 years’ experience as a teacher. He’s delivered writing and communication workshops for many corporations, government departments, SMEs and Not-for-profit organisations. More
Alistair McKillop is an experienced corporate communications writer, having worked for Allianz, Westpac and the Royal Bank of Scotland. 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
Alecia Hancock has been working in the media for more than 12 years, with most of her time spent at the helm of local and national magazines. After securing her first editor title at the tender age of 20, Alecia has been the manager of a record label, editor-in-chief of health and fitness magazine Oxygen, editor-in-chief of Perth VITA, founding editor of Habitat & Lifestyle and Custom Publishing editor at The West Australian. More
Valerie Khoo is an award-winning feature writer who has been writing for Fairfax for the past 15 years. Her articles appear regularly in The Sydney Morning Herald. She 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