Training Tracks

With our curriculum of over 30 different writing courses, you can create your own training track, based on job functions and types of documents. Use the grid below to select the WordTask courses that best fit a given job profile. Each course title links you to a course description. Check out the public sessions of some of these courses. Don’t see what you need below? We’ll blend and customize the materials in these courses to meet your needs.

If you are And you write Consider
  • Interested in basic language skills
  • Any of the documents listed below
  • An English-as-second-language (ESL) writer
  • Any of the documents listed below
  • Writing for the Web
  • Any of the documents listed below
  • Routinely tasked with condensing detailed source materials
  • Briefing notes
  • Any other summary documents
  • Literature reviews
  • A policy analyst
  • Responsible for creating or updating policy documents
  • Policies and procedures
  • A software or hardware designer
  • An I.T. professional
  • A quality control/assurance specialist
  • A systems analyst
  • A product specialist
  • Design specifications
  • Functional descriptions
  • Project plans
  • Product requirements documents
  • Process documentation
  • Proposals or business cases
  • Detailed emails
  • Presentations
  • Requirements documents
  • A scientist or researcher
  • Papers for publication
  • Field reports
  • Project & Funding Proposals
  • Reports on experiments and methodologies
  • A buyer or procurement specialist
  • Tasked with contracting out work
  • Requests for proposal (RFP)
  • An auditor or program evaluator
  • Audit or evaluation reports
  • Presentations to groups
  • A market or business analyst
  • Economic reports
  • Position papers
  • Policy documents
  • Proposals or business cases
  • Analysis documents
  • Presentations to groups
  • Planning new products or services in private business
  • Business cases
  • Supporitng documents on rationale & strategy
  • A technical writer
  • Tasked with writing a user guide
  • Technical descriptions, procedures, or reference documents
  • Other forms of customer documentation
  • End-user guides and manuals
  • A public servant proposing a project or change
  • A business case
  • A marketing communications specialist
  • A public relations writer
  • Media releases
  • Newsletter articles
  • Promotional materials for products or services
  • Annual reports
  • Routinely reviewing & editing the work of others
  • Any of the above document types
  • An administrative assistant
  • A writer in a correspondence unit
  • Letters
  • Memos & Email
  • Meeting minutes
  • Short reports
  • Interested in private tutorials
  • Any of the above document types
  • Interested in a three-hour skills upgrade
  • Documents using a solid writing process, correct grammar or effective style
  • Email
  • Presentations