10 Tips for Writing Training Materials

By: Steve Flanagan

Photo by: Camille Orgel on Unsplash The world of writing typically has three areas: literary, academic, and technical. Our first exposure to writing is usually literary. As a child in school, the teacher asked us to write a story or poem about what we did over the summer. We were asked to be descriptive, use […]

7 Practical Tips for Technical Writing

By: Langevin Team

Source: Pixabay  I recently facilitated our Writing Skills for Trainers workshop. It’s an excellent one-day workshop for instructional designers, training analysts, instructors, and training managers who need to write performance-based training materials that focus on the “how-to’s.” The workshop is full of tips and techniques to make your materials interesting, and lively, using a clear, […]

6 Common Grammatical Errors to Avoid in Your Training Materials

By: Steve Flanagan

  As instructional designers, we write course materials that can make or break the success of a carefully designed and delivered workshop. First impressions count, especially in the written form, and participants often make judgments about the quality of the workshop based solely on the way the materials are written.