Literacy in the Workplace Courses for Businesses - Creative Writing Courses for Authors. Free consultation.
We can run small size courses for Businesses and Writers with different ranges of experience. Our courses are tailored to your group’s needs which we establish in a free consultation meeting.
Literacy at work courses.
Our courses are designed to improve communication within your business and to promote better dialogue with clients. Our training can be bespoke to your company requirements.
- Office training in general proofreading and improving written correspondence
- How to write a range of business documents
- Speech, pitch and persuasive presentation techniques
Creative Writing Courses
No-excuses, let’s-get-going, beginners' and intermediate creative writing courses to kickstart your creative life.
"Courses that inform, inspire and entertain."
Writing Techniques for Beginners
Analysis of key techniques used by professional authors and how to use them to enhance your own writing.
Creative Writing for Beginners
For those who long to write but aren't sure where to begin. This is a creative writing short course which aims to shed light, not just on narrative, but on the whole creative process.
How to Write a Novel - Beginner
Aimed at beginners to intermediate - how to get ideas, structure a story, write powerful characters, and bring your work to market. The course will provide a great grounding in the basics - but also encourage and inspire you to progress with your writing.
How to Write a Novel - Intermediate
For the more confident beginner. Perhaps you've written creatively already, or perhaps you're well-read and confident in the basics of the art. Our course will explore subjects such as voice, inner worlds, self-editing and other aspects of the craft that can't be investigated fully in the shorter course.
How to Write a Screenplay
You don't need any prior experience - just a burning desire to tell a story with pictures. On completing the course writers should have all the writing tools they need to complete a compelling and engaging 1st draft of their chosen script; whether film, television or radio.