Writing Business English – Revealing, Resourceful and Rewarding
When it comes to written correspondence…
More than 80% of emails are not read because of a wordy or unclear subject line.
Up to 90% of English correspondence in Hong Kong are not fully understood by the reader.
90%+ of written correspondence do not get a response.
Three quarters of opened and read emails are considered a waste of time.
Less than 2% of emails in Hong Kong are considered clear, concise and to-the-point.
Do you want to:
ensure that your written correspondence will be read and understood by recipients?
write clear, concise and complete emails with confidence and in less time?
learn important grammar rules in a fun and interactive manner?
learn and use English with EASE?
Then this course is just what you’re looking for. Good written English is important to you, your efficiency, your development and definitely your career.
Date : 5 Mondays from 12 May to 16 June 2014 (except 2 June which is a public holiday)
Time : 7:30 - 10:00pm
Venue : Live English Centre, Room 303, Austin Plaza, 83 Austin Road, Kowloon, Hong Kong
Fee : HK$2,700 (Special rate for for Tertiary Students)
About our speaker
Our speaker Ray Lee is an English enthusiast and professional trainer who uses an effective, original and non-academic approach to help business executives improve their English competency. Ray has over 18 years of extensive business and language training experience. He holds a Certificate of Proficiency in English (CPE), the highest level Cambridge ESOL qualification which recognizes a standard of English similar to that of an educated native speaker. Having won a scholarship offered by the English Speaking Union, Ray represented Hong Kong for the 2009 International Conference held in The Oxford University.
As seats are limited, please kindly reserve by submitting the below form. (Registration Closed)
One of the objectives of the Hong Kong Speakers Bureau is to provide quality training to individuals who want to improve their communications skills, raise their personal potentials and expand their professional opportunities.