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How to Train Yourself to be a Good Technical Writer
Writing skill is a core competency for any professional working in the FDA-regulated industry. There are very few resources available that highlight the nuances of technical writing for the regulatory and other medical product professionals. Technical writers toil for years to hone their writing skills. For a documentation-centric industry, good quality documents form the core of compliance. There are several ways authors of technical documents can train themselves without disrupting their schedules. There are several inexpensive tools to train, practice your skills, and develop your writing style. Writing is also one of the most transferrable skills that can be easily used for diverse writing jobs.
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This webinar, presented by a leading technical writer with thousands of well-received documents, will discuss self-training and evaluation skills for professionals in the FDA-regulated industry. The core competencies developed using these tips can be applied to other industries as well. The presenter will share his tips for identifying your writing styles, industry standards for different kinds of documents, and how to find free or inexpensive resources to polish ones skills. The seminar will also discuss numerous opportunities from your daily life that can be used to create writing samples, present your documents to peers, and get critical evaluation for further improvement. Techniques for group-writing, contract writing, ghost writing, and several other practices common in the regulated industry will be discussed. This one-of-a-kind seminar is designed to provide a well-rounded training to all future and current technical and even non-technical writers, who want to develop and improve their writing skills.
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