This is a simple way to understand if your readers understand your content or not. It’s a technique taught on Cherryleaf’s Policies and procedures writing training course.
We got there in the end. We’re now running policies and procedures writing training in a new, virtual classroom, format. The course teaches delegates how to create clear and effective policies and procedures. It’s delivered using Microsoft Teams, in two three-hour sessions, on consecutive days. We’re looking at delivering an open/public course in January 2021… Read more »
We’ve created some additional resources to help you when you’re writing policies and procedures. These include a guide and a checklist to help you get started with writing a new policy. They highlight the key information that should be in every policy, and help you get over “writer’s block”. There’s also a checklist to help… Read more »
An example of how you could use the AsciiDoc lightweight markup language to write reports and proposals more efficiently. This video is part of our Advanced Technical Communication training course bundle. Transcript Hello, I’m Ellis Pratt from Cherryleaf. We’ve just put together a little presentation recording of an experiment we’ve done to look at something… Read more »
We’re running another Question of the Week on social media. This week’s question is: What are the most common mistakes organisations make with their policies and procedures? We plan to follow this up at a later stage with suggestions on how to prevent or fix these mistakes. You can add your answer by using the comments… Read more »