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Certificate in Professional Writing Skills

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Certificate in Professional Writing Skills


This course follows an applied methodology for professional writing based on the fundamentals of the Arabic language. It begins with identifying and defining the essential elements of professional writing, then applying its principles and culminating in an exam that assesses the learner’s acquisition of the necessary principles and skills. The course utilizes a variety of learning methods, including individual and group exercises and discussions.

Course Objectives

By the end of the course, participants will be able to:

  • Apply professional writing skills in their communication.
  • Create a guide for professional writing in their organizations.
  • Write various types of reports and differentiate between them.
  • Write in a clear, concise, positive, and error-free manner.
  • Proofread and revise their professional writing.

Target Audience

This course is designed to meet the diverse needs of professionals at all administrative levels in various departments and organizations in both the public and private sectors, whose work requires professional writing and report preparation.

Training Program Content

  • Introduction to professional writing.
  • History of professional writing.
  • Types of writing.
  • Functional writing.
  • Creative writing.
  • Effective elements of professional writing.
  • Email messages and other forms of social communication.
  • Arabic language errors.
  • Consequences of writing mistakes.
  • Common mistakes in professional writing.
  • Grammatical errors.
  • Morphological errors.
  • Stylistic errors.
  • Spelling errors.
  • Classifying common mistakes in professional writing.
  • Avoiding common mistakes in professional writing.
  • Rules for writing the letter “hamza.”
  • Letter additions and omissions.
  • Differentiating between connected “ha” and “ta,” and between open “ta” and connected “ta.”
  • Adding “ya” to the feminine vocative pronoun.
  • Differentiating between “dad” and “zah.”
  • Numbers and countable nouns.
  • Introducing the indefinite article to the word “ghair” (not).
  • Not omitting the dual and plural masculine “noon” when adding possessives.
  • Rules of professional writing.
  • Types of reports.
  • Classification based on the nature of the report.
  • News report.
  • Analytical report.
  • Classification based on the formality of reports.
  • Formal report.
  • Informal report.
  • Classification based on the time frame.
  • Periodic report.
  • Non-periodic report.
  • Structure of professional reports.
  • Writing professional emails.
  • Writing meeting minutes.
  • Writing proceedings.
  • Punctuation marks.
  • Differentiating between basic punctuation marks and mastering their usage.
  • Using attachments and graphics.
  • Summarization, its conditions, and benefits.
  • Steps of summarization.
  • Different writing strategies.
  • Types of proofreading.
  • Grammar proofreading.
  • Language proofreading and review.
  • Linguistic editing (revision).
  • Text proofreading.
  • Deletion.
  • Addition.
  • Substitution.
  • Approximation and distancing.
  • Continuous improvement in professional writing.

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