This short course focuses on developing the skills needed for information-based writing, as well as helping to improve your spelling and grammar skills.
This course is beneficial to those looking to improve their work related writing skills and/or those wanting to start a career in South Australia Police (SAPOL) or Correctional Services and preparing for the recruitment tests.
Over ten sessions the course will cover various types of writing, including reports and emails, and the final session will include strategies for updating your resume and cover letter.
- Developing an understanding of writing strategies, sequencing information and reporting;
- Using evidence based writing and editing skills to improve grammar and punctuation;
- Accuracy with word selection and spelling.
For organisations that wish to pay the student fees for this course and are unable to pay by credit card via the website, please contact the Short Course team via email at email@example.com to organise a Third Party Payment invoice.
Mondays & Wednesdays 5:30pm – 7:30pm
5 weeks x 4 hours
Student Visa (500)
Current VISA holders eligible
What is a Virtual Classroom? A virtual classroom is when students learn with a lecturer and other students via web conferencing technology as part of a virtual classroom. Lecturers lead a virtual classroom that is accessed by students in different locations at the same time. TAFE SA currently use Collaborate. You will need access to a computer and the internet for this course or you can use the facilities at your local TAFE SA campus. You do not need to install any software and you can access the classroom from any computer that has an internet connection, or a mobile telephone. You will be provided with the link to the classroom from your lecturer prior to the start date.
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