Online writing and grammar courses
I (Mary Morel) have developed my online writing and grammar courses based on years of teaching writing to groups and individuals. I am also a writer and am currently writing a nonfiction book called Money Stories.
All my courses are straightforward and easy to use. Yes, some of the grammar topics are complex, but I explain concepts simply and clearly and the courses are chunked into small manageable sections. You can dip in and out and do topics of your choice when you have the time. Most courses have e-books you can download and keep for future reference.
The learning tools include videos, podcasts, e-books, information sheets, activity sheets and quizzes.
All courses will close on 31 July 2024 – book now so you don’t miss out.
Short online writing and grammar courses
Two of the courses below, emails@work and Grammar Basics, are stand-alone short courses. The other four are extracts from the longer courses (below).
The Art of Writing Sentences
How to write clear, concise sentences.
Instant access, self-paced AUD 155
Longer online writing and grammar courses
Time to get more serious about your writing? Register for a more comprehensive Online Writing Training course and see the results in your writing.
These courses are suitable for anyone who writes at work.
FAQs about the online courses
Q: How long do I have access to the online courses?
A: You have unlimited access until 31 July 2024 when the courses close.
Q: Do I receive a certificate at the end?
A: Yes, you receive a certificate of completion.
There are more FAQs on the login page.
The benefits of e-learning
E-learning will never replace face-to-face training, and some subjects are better suited to the online environment than others.
I believe grammar is ideal for the online environment because people approach grammar from very different starting points. Some have learnt it at school and others haven’t; some have studied another language and others don’t know the difference between a noun and verb. And if you don’t understand any aspect, you can always email me. I always respond to people’s grammar questions.