As part of the attempt to make technical writing similar to other professions, there have been a number of moves by different technical communication societies to introduce certification. This can be a good thing, but there are some dangers with it as well. Certification usually involves some training and a test. Students can be accredited… Read more »
We’ve made a few changes to our online training courses, to make it easier to order and understand. There are now just three online courses: Technical Author/technical writing Advanced technical communication End user documentation writing skills for developers We’ve moved all the other courses we had previously into a single, advanced technical communication skills course…. Read more »
We’ve scheduled our next policies and procedures writing course. It will be on the 1st March 2018, at our usual training venue next to Waterloo Bridge in central London. We get delegates from a variety of backgrounds, especially from care homes, housing associations, local councils, and technology companies.
Our next policies and procedures writing training course will be on 31st January 2018. Cherryleaf’s policies and procedures course teaches your staff how to write clear and effective policies and procedures, in a straightforward and efficient way. It is popular with staff from charities, housing associations, and the NHS, although it will benefit many writers… Read more »
This October, Cherryleaf celebrates 15 years in the technical authoring business. Over the years we have had many exciting challenges and worked with some wonderful inspirational people: none more so than our friend and co-founder, Carol Johnston, who sadly died of a brain tumour in 2012. Carol was enormously talented: a brilliant pianist and singer,… Read more »