Written by John Lafferty
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A good document should have a clear structure. Dividing your document into multiple paragraphs will result in a document which is much easier for the reader to understand and will help deliver the message effectively.
• Each paragraph should contain one idea.
• Each new paragraph should begin with a topic sentence.
• Follow the topic sentence with your analysis.
• Close the paragraph with a transition sentence which rounds off the idea or links it to the next paragraph. Adhering to the above will bring about a significant improvement in the flow of your document.
Technical Writing Skills Training Course
Northridge Quality & Validation and our training partners, SQT Training are running a comprehensive training course on Technical Writing Skills. Note: This course will be delivered via a Virtual Classroom (not in person).
Course Title: Technical Writing Skills
Course Date and Booking: Course booking and future course dates can be found on the SQT Training website.
Course Content: Our structured, practical programme will help you to identify the key message you need to deliver in your written document and to deliver it clearly and concisely in a way that will ensure it is understood.