Course No.: HP-P11-1105
Effective Business Writing
Demonstrating your professionalism through business documents 11 Nov - 9 Dec 2011
28 Oc e CPD
Objectives Target Audience
This programme will help participants’ confidence to construct routine Bank executives who
business documents that are concise, professional and easily frequently need to write to clients and colleagues
understandable. would like to improve their Business English writing skills
Participants will learn and practice the skills required for writing accurate
effective English for practical purposes in the form of formal and informal Speaker
business correspondence such as emails, letters and memos.
The trainer is a native English speaker, born, raised and
educated in the United Kingdom with a degree in Business
Program Outline Administration. She is a professional English language teacher
trained by the British Council and has over eight years of
Use of English Business English training experience in the banking and finance
Reviewing basic grammatical rules and hospitality and tourism industries.
Choosing words wisely and building vocabulary She has taught adults of all ages from different countries and
Recognising and correcting common mistakes understands the problems that second language learners might
encounter when they have to communicate in English.
Developing editing and proofreading skills
Structure and Style Program Details
Applying the main rules of good business writing Language : English (Supplemented with English materials)
Learning email etiquettes– do’s and don’ts Date : 11, 18, 25 Nov & 2, 9 Dec 2011 (Friday)
Adapting your style to the needs of the reader Time : 19:00 - 22:00
Organising ideas logically to attract and persuade Duration : 15 hours (5 Sessions)
Writing effective openings and closings Venue : 3/F Guangdong Investment Tower,
Structuring sentences and paragraphs correctly 148 Connaught Road Central, Sheung Wan
Choosing an appropriate tone (Sheung Wan MTR Station Exit C)
Using formal and informal English correctly Fees : HK$2,000 (Members)
HK$2,400 (Corporate Members’ staff)
Application Early bird : A HK$200 discount is given for enrollment
Writing emails, letters and memos that are concise, accurate and received on or before 28 Oct 2011
clearly understood. Enrollment : By fax at 2544 9946 or In person to our Institute
Enquiry : 2153 7877
Registration Form - Effective Business Writing & Communication (HP-P11-1105)
(as on I.D. Card)
Full Name: Mr / Ms Full Name:
(in English) (in Chinese)
Membership no: Organization:
(confirmation will be sent via e-mail one week before course commences)
E-mail: Mobile / Telephone no:
Payment Method : Crossed cheque made payable to The Hong Kong Institute of Bankers (Cheque no.: ___________________________ )
Credit Card : VISA Mastercard Amount: HK$ ___________________________________________
Cardholder Name : ___________________________________________________________________ Signature : _______________________________________________
Card No. : _________________________________________________________________________________ Expiry Date : ____________________________________________
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Terms and Conditions
1. All fees paid are non-refundable and non-transferrable.
2. Participants who have settled payments will receive course confirmation by e-mail 7 days prior to the course date.
3. All payments must be settled before course commencement.
4. In case of over-subscription, priority will be given on ‘first-come-first-serve’ basis.
5. We reserve the right to cancel, modify and/or postpone the course.
6. The information given and personal data collected will be used for the purpose of administration and communication by the Institute.
7. Please refer to our web-site (www.hkib.org) for typhoon or rainstorm arrangement of programs.
Address : 3/F Guangdong Investment Tower, 148 Connaught Road Central, Hong Kong
Tel : (852) 2815 1552 Fax : (852) 2544 9946 Email : firstname.lastname@example.org Web-site : www.hkib.org