Canada’s business environment requires that business people
communicate effectively, persuasively and ethically in written, verbal and
interpersonal communications. During this course, students will learn how to
plan, write and review a variety of business communications vehicles from
presentations to letters to informational reports and business proposals.
Using a combination of teaching methods – lectures, discussion, small group,
in-class writing and editing projects, and in-class tutorials, this course
will help develop participant’s critical thinking and analysis, research,
writing, editing and presentation skills. Special emphasis will be placed on
developing appropriate business language skills (spelling, grammar,
punctuation, voice and tone).
Any business person planning to grow in their career, who wants to be
perceived as a credible and effective communicator, should take this course.