Technical/Commercial Authorship courses provided by ESTON Training
ESTON Training provides proven, technical and commercial, distance learning writing courses that teach you the skills necessary for a new career as a technical, commercial or software author.
Our writing courses offer first-class training for a second career, with a two-part training programme.
(ITSC Syllabus Parts 1 & 2)
Our unique EDL2D training course covers more than a hundred different subjects related to technical and commercial authorship, including:
- information gathering
- making and taking notes
- writing descriptions
- procedural writing
- verifying and validating
- checking and editing
- preparing synopses
- project management
- quality assurance
- standards and specifications.
The ISTC’s Part 1 and 2 syllabuses are both fully covered and comprehensive tutorial support is provided throughout by experienced and professional, time-served tutors.
What qualification will I receive?
If you successfully complete your course, you will receive an ESTON Training Diploma, which is recognised as a benchmark qualification within the technical/commercial publications industry in the United Kingdom and throughout the English-speaking world.
How much does it cost?
COURSE (EDL2D): Technical/Commercial Authorship, ISTC Syllabus Parts 1 & 2
SUPPORT: Full Tutorial Support (2 years)
COURSE (EDL1T): Technical/Commercial Writing & Communicating, ISTC Syllabus Part 1 Only
SUPPORT: Full Tutorial Support (1 Year)
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When I was researching a technical authorship course, I obviously looked at other
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These courses promised the same level of teaching as EDL2D; they charged about the
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