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Walkerstone Training’s effective writing and communications courses now include how to write business cases.

Effective Writing, Report Writing and Proposal Writing

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Walkerstone enables managers to produce business cases that win.

Walkerstone has designed a unique range of intensive business writing and presentation courses which enable managers to learn the skills to write successful business cases. Managers learn how to apply reasoning, logic and effective language to create persuasive proposals that win.

For this reason demand for Walkerstone’s communications courses has never been higher. Its communication skills modules include how to write value propositions, business cases and proposals.

Richard Walker, CEO of Walkerstone Training says “Managers who are proficient in making strong business cases have significant advantage in a competitive environment.” Yet many managers typically spend 50% of their time producing business cases which do not meet the needs of their target audience.

Walkerstone’s clients range from the government in the form of the NHS to power companies such SSE with an array of organisation in most market sectors in between.

Another differentiator of Walkerstone training is its post course support. Delegates receive ongoing one-to-one support for several weeks after the course has completed. Further assistance is offered on an hourly or half day basis. Results are excellent. The majority of course attendees say that Walkerstone has enabled them to improve their success rates significantly.

Walkerstone Training delivers big returns to its customers - value for money and productivity. Consequently, demand for its training services in Effective Business Writing, Proposal Writing and Presentation Skills has risen more than 50% in the past six months.

Walker says that the business is successful because it is offering precisely what customers need. The company offers innovative use of technology linked to best learning practice. For instance the company offers online as well as in-class training. Those attending Walkerstone’s online course have access to a personal library exclusive to each delegate. Course notes uploaded to the library may include style guides, example business cases, report templates and document examples.

Additionally, if delegates require guidance at any time, they can access a course tutor over Skype at a time of the delegate’s choosing. Walkerstone also offers its services outside normal working hours. So if a delegate has an important presentation to deliver on a Monday, a tutor from Walkerstone Training can be available to coach the delegate online – on words, phrases and style - on the preceding Sunday evening.

Course content is generally tailored to delegates’ business and writing needs. If delegates have a particular proposal to write for their work, this is included within in-class course exercises which makes learning and productivity an almost seamless activity and outcome.

Courses also cover product positioning, customer focus and words that attract. The result is a training mix which is low cost and convenient, and yet includes high value one-to-one expertise on demand.

Richard Walker says “Our customers seek economic, tailored learning solutions which give them fast results. Our practical exercises focus on what our delegates actually need to produce for their work. The result is accelerated learning and boosted productivity.”

Learn how Walkerstone could benefit you, your colleagues or your business.

Walkerstone Training is a leading supplier of business writing courses to individuals, companies and government organisations. Walkerstone is a high growth and niche training business which focuses on Business Communication Skills from Writing to Presenting Business Cases. Its training is available to be tailored. It delivers courses on:

Effective Business Writing
How to Write Winning Proposals
Creating Value Propositions
Report Writing
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