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Communication Skills: Course Outline

Course Outline

  • Business communications
  • Planning messages
  • Writing concise but with impact
  • Letter formats
  • Mechanics of business
  • Letter writing, letters
  • Memo and applications
  • Summaries
  • proposals
  • Writing resumes
  • Styles and formats
  • Oral communications
  • Verbal and non-verbal communication
  • Conducting meetings
  • Small group communication
  • Taking minutes
  • Presentation skills
  • Presentation strategies
  • Defining the objective
  • Scope and audience of the presentation
  • Material gathering material organization strategies
  • Time management
  • Opening and concluding
  • use of audio-visual aids
  • Delivery and presentation
  • Business communications
  • Planning messages
  • Writing concise but with impact
  • Letter formats
  • Mechanics of business
  • Letter writing, letters
  • Memo and applications
  • Summaries
  • Proposals writing resumes
  • Styles and formats
  • Oral communications
  • Verbal and non-verbal communication
  • Conducting meetings
  • Small group communication
  • Taking minutes
  • Presentation skills
  • Presentation strategies
  • Defining the objective
  • Scope and audience of the presentation
  • Material gathering material organization strategies
  • Time management
  • Opening and concluding
  • Use of audio-visual aids
  • Delivery and presentation

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