Today, we’ve released our latest training course – Writing skills for developers. The course teaches developers the key skills of technical writing for software user documentation. Although it would be better for a professional technical communicator to write the end user documentation, for some organisations, this isn’t always possible. It is for developers who: Need a solid… Read more »
In researching what developers wanted to learn about writing documentation for users, the most common issue related to how much, or how little, they should write. One developer said: “I would want to know what is the minimum I should write. If you can persuade me what is the necessity of each thing I’m capturing, and… Read more »
Discover how to create clear and effective policies and procedures. Cherryleaf’s next public classroom course will be held on Tuesday 13th June, in central London. See: Policies and procedures writing course Tuesday 13th June.
Listeners to BBC Radio Four this morning heard a report that a new study by researchers at Sheffield Hallam University (SHU) discovered comics are a better educational resource than traditional textbooks. In a related article, called How the humble comic book could become the next classroom superhero, SHU’s Paul Aleixo explained: “We found that the use of… Read more »
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 and the NHS, although it will benefit many writers of policies and procedures. Our next public course will be on the 6th March 2017. See Cherryleaf’s policies and… Read more »