Online writing and grammar courses

Learn writing and grammar with an online course

Learn how to punctuate with ease.

Instant access, self-paced AUD 155

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Brush up on basic grammar principles.

Instant access, self-paced  AUD 155

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Grammar for non-native English speakers.

Instant access, self-paced  AUD 99

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How to write effective business emails

Instant access, self-paced  AUD 99

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The Art of Writing Sentences

The Art of Writing Sentences

How to write clear, concise sentences.

Instant access, self-paced  AUD 155

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Stop confusing words that look or sound alike.

Instant access, self-paced  AUD 34.95

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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.

Grammar, Punctuation and Usage: Improve your grammar skills

Instant access, self-paced  AUD 395

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Business Writing (Corners)

Business Writing: Improve your writing skills

Instant access, self-paced AUD 395

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Write to Govern: How to write effective board papers

Instant access, self-paced  AUD 395

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Writing and Grammar Bundle

Want to make a big difference to your writing.

Save money when you buy an Online Writing Training bundle

Writing and Grammar Bundle: Save 30% on the individual courses!

Instant access, self-paced  AUD 553

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FAQs about the online courses

Q: How long do I have access to the online courses?
A: You have unlimited access. 

Q: Do I receive a certificate at the end?
A: Yes, you receive a certificate of completion.

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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.