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Duration

5 weeks

Tuition

$525

 

Mar 19-Apr 16

Plus 3 other start dates

May 14 - Jun 11 2024

Sep 17 - Oct 15 2024

Jan 21 - Feb 18 2025

Commitment

Part-Time

Delivery

Online

Year Founded

1965

Scholarships

no

As a technical communicator, your ultimate goal is to produce the most effective and usable documentation for your audience. To achieve your goal, you’ll need to understand how to structure and organize user-centric technical documentation using standard components and how to write well, using plain and concise language. No one writes a perfect first draft, so you’ll also learn how to edit technical documentation, and how to use a style guide to facilitate consistency.

Through reading, discussions and homework, you will create a how-to manual, practising techniques for creating concise and functional documentation that will work well in print or online. Throughout the course, you will complete assignments, contribute to class forum discussions and edit a classmate’s project while yours is being edited.

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