The cost of poor writing is seldom measured, but we all understand the pain of documents ping-ponging around the office being endlessly rewritten. Emails don’t receive such rigorous rewrites, and can cause miscommunication and damage your brand.
In-house and individual business writing training can help improve people’s writing skills, but it’s expensive to train everyone. Grammar is difficult to teach in-house because people have such different starting points.
If you want to improve the writing and grammar skills of 10 or more people in your organisation, then our licence arrangements are for you. This must be the most cost-effective training in town!
Prices and terms
Let’s get straight to the point. How much will it cost?
Total minimum costs
Licence $1,000 GST incl
This is a one-off charge and the licence does not expire. A licence gives you access to activity completion statistics so you can monitor and manage your people’s progress. You can also get us to add new users throughout the year, and we’re happy to give your regular evaluation reports.
Users $1,170 GST incl
Minimum of 10 users for 3 months ($117 GST incl per person). (We recommend that you give users access for 6 months.)
Total $2,170 GST incl
Discounts are available for:
- Not-for-profit organisations
- Organisations who wish to enrol more than 50 users
- If you wish to enrol more than 50 people we will add your style guide to the beginning of each course.
- For an additional charge, we can also tailor the content of each course to align with your style guide
Organisations who have chosen Online Writing Training
A group manager at Essential Energy enrolled his team of engineers to the courses. He said:
‘I learned a lot from these programs. There’s something of relevance for anyone who wants to improve their writing skills. That’s what I tell my people.’
Our clients include:
- Fair Work Ombudsman
- Phillips Group (PR and communications company)
- CPR Pharma Services (pharmaceutical company)
- Australian Government Solicitor
- Baker & McKenzie (Singapore)
- Corrs Chambers Westgarth
- Essential Energy
- Macquarie University
- Governance Institute of Australia
- Myer Vandenberg Lawyers
- Ministry of Veterans Affairs
- REST Industry Super
- Horizon Power