Emphasis is the UKâ€™s leading organisation dedicated solely to business-writing training and consultancy. We train our clients to write clearly and effectively.
We offer a wide range of business-writing courses to suit a variety of needs, providing specialist training and consultancy to a huge range of private and public-sector organisations.
Business-writing training is what we know and what we do: we train in no other area. Because we are specialists, we can create bespoke courses to improve your business-writing skills in the areas where you most need help.
Our trainers are all experts in professional business-writing skills and know that not everyone finds it easy to make a point succinctly. We'll help you get your message across and make sure your documents get to the top of the pile. Weâ€™ll even show you how to enjoy it.
We also offer a full business-writing consultancy service. We can audit, edit or write your documents. And we can tailor our style guide for you, to ensure your documents are consistent and accurate.
Talk to our team on +44 (0)1273 732 888 or send us a message.
Not sure what you need? Want to go it alone? Open writing-skills courses are a great way to train only one or two people, or to sample our training before bringing it in-house. We run courses every month in central London.See our open (public) courses
We're here to help you write better documents. All our courses combine in-depth document analysis, training in small groups by experts, one-to-one help and ongoing support.
So far, we've used this approach to enable more than 20,000 people to improve their business writing â€“ often dramatically. Watch this short video to discover what makes it truly unique.Learn more about Emphasis
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