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Expert help with your writing, when you really need it

by on 15 Oct, 2013

We all know what it’s like being trained. Especially if it’s a good course, with an inspiring tutor. You eagerly soak up the top tips and new ideas, and resolve to apply new lessons back at your desk.

Then time passes, and while you are making every effort to control bad habits, and learn new, more positive traits, the deadline looms, and things tend to get a little rushed. Or you know you could do better, but are unsure of where to start.

That’s where our Remote Trainer Feedback service really comes into its own.

Originally offered as a way of helping our e-learners all over the world get the most out of their learning experience, it has now become our most popular e-learning option.

And it’s easy to see why. You can submit any piece of work, and our most relevant trainer will review it for you, promptly and with constructive, practical guidance. You can then redraft, and submit your work again for final comments and advice.

It’s exactly like having personal, one-to-one tuition. Except you are still at your desk. Any you’ve chosen when, and how, you’d like this expert assistance.

Right now we’re reviewing blog posts for potentially libel issues. We’re reviewing recruitment ad copy for job boards, to maximise applications from the best talent.  We’re also helping feature writers and journalists to optimise their copy and content.

So why not check it out, and see how we can help you with you own work?

And while you’re there, have a go at our Caption Competition; it’s fun, and you could win a free e-learning course of your choice!

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