In everyday work and personal life, everyone is confronted with different types of documents. If this is the first time you have had to create a document, you will probably find this task difficult and complicated. This is because every document in business correspondence has mandatory elements (requisites) that it must contain. This training will show you exactly what each type of document should contain with real examples and templates that you can use when drafting documents.
When writing business texts, it is very important to follow the spelling rules to make the text look professional. Therefore, the training points out some basic spelling rules and the most common mistakes in documentation.
Taking into account that nowadays electronic correspondence is the most frequently used, the rules for this type of correspondence are presented in the training.
To make writing business texts easier, the training includes tips and examples for using expressions and addresses in business correspondence.
Nature and features of business correspondence
Text formatting requirements in business correspondence
Types of written business correspondence and rules
- Business letter
- Request letter
- Personal documents - CV, cover letter, reference, CV, application
- Internal - company correspondence
Examples of common mistakes
Rules for electronic correspondence
Tips for using expressions and addresses in business correspondenceя