As more companies move to content management systems, staff need training in writing well. There are two ways we can help – through our workshops or through our Content Coach service.
A Writing for the Web workshop is a great opportunity to upskill your staff in the mechanics of writing and maintaining a web site. Our workshops can be tailored to accommodate your own corporate needs, and cover the five online skills you need to succeed:
- Structuring your web site
- Writing for the web
- Making your web site searchable
- Marketing your web site
- Evaluating your web site
Some feedback from previous workshops includes:
“I thought this was a really well-structured, interesting and engaging session. David was organised and knew his stuff – well done!”
“This is far better than a workshop – I got to ask my own questions and choose what I wanted to learn.”
“Chock-a-block with good information. It was really well presented and it was obvious that a lot of time and effort had gone into preparing it.”
“I found this course a great help and now feel more confident in how I go about maintaining the web site.”
Talk to us about how we can tailor a workshop for your organisation.
Content Coaching Service
The Content Coach is intensive one-on-one training on your web site, working in your work place, with your settings, on your web site.
Other web maintainers often say when they go to a seminar, they’ve forgotten everything in two weeks’ time so on-going training helps! Three-session and six-session packages are available and you can choose whichever one you need to help you learn at your own pace. Some people take an hour session a month, others take one session a week. It all depends on how quickly you’d like to learn!
The sessions are structured on a topic of your choice (choosing from maintenance, handling approvals and signoffs or the nuts and bolts of good writing).
Contact us for more information or to book your Content Coach session.
“David’s work has the advantage of being practical and can be immediately applied by a surprising diversity of business operators. His presentation style is comfortable and relaxed, giving those attending the confidence to participate to the maximum.”
Jim Emmett, Sturt Area Consultative Committee (SA) [web site]