Business letters are still perceived as the best method of communication between businesses and their customers, suppliers and job seekers despite emails becoming the most popular method of business communication.
They can be solicited, meaning asked for by someone, or unsolicited, meaning the letter is unexpected. Business letters come in five main types, all with different purposes in mind: responding to someone, asking permission for a project, petitioning something, acting as a cover letter, or applying for a job.
Knowing the different reasons to write a business letter can help bring success to individuals and companies in the business.
What you’ll learn
- Understand How Plan, Format and Write
- Learn Rules of Writing
- Learn the Art of Writing Important Letters
- Get Content for Your Letter
- No previous experience required
- Desire to learn or improve business writing skills
- Open mindedness is required
Who this course is for:
- Full or part time employees
- Engineers or project managers
- Administrative clerks
- Any other roles that involve business writing daily