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Getting to grips with grammar


28 Mar 2017







An essential refresher for PR professionals who need to produce high-quality written work. If you've ever been confused about where to place an apostrophe or how to use a semicolon properly, this is the course for you. Whether you are drafting a press release, email, proposal, feature or web page, you need to be confident that your work will pass scrutiny.

Event Type: Webinar

Places available: 50

Places remaining: 7

Trainer: Emma Ewing

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Event Overview

How will attendees benefit
This course will give you the confidence to use punctuation and sentence structure correctly and address common English grammar mistakes in a commonsense and light-hearted format.  It will  provide reassurance to every writer and provide delegates with a renewed confidence in the documents they produce.

Who should attend
This seminar is ideal for all PR professionals who have to write or edit work on a day-to-day basis.

What will attendees learn

  • Grammar myths explored
  • What makes a sentence a sentence
  • Placing commas correctly
  • Semicolons and colons: when and why to use them
  • Apostrophes: never confuse it's and its again
  • Getting plurals right
  • Differences between American and British English
  • Your personal grammar questions answered

Attendees will receive comprehensive course notes.