Business Writing for New or Entry-level Employees

Project a Professional Image at Work

Class Description

One of the skills most valued in today’s workplace is for entry-level employees to write clearly and concisely. However, many new entrants into the workforce are deficient in basic writing skills.*

Business Writing for Entry-level Employees is designed to help recent hires with their business writing skills. Participants practice the basic writing techniques needed to conduct business more efficiently. This class helps employees learn how to write effective everyday communication including email messages, letters, reports, and presentations.

This class includes customized materials and is tailored to meet the needs and learning styles of the participants. Hands-on practice uses actual work-related writing samples. One-on-one, private coaching is a valuable supplement to the class.

Target Audience

Business Writing for Entry-level Employees is for support staff, new hires and entry-level employees that need help with their written business communication skills. The class also helps recent hires from intern programs and non-native English speakers.

Class Objectives

Participants will discover how to:

  • Identify their purpose for writing
  • Consider their reader(s) before writing
  • Use planning tools to get ideas on the page
  • Organize their writing in a clear manner
  • Get to the point quickly
  • Apply methods for clear and concise writing
  • Use a writing checklist


Please call Jodi Torpey at 720-446-9806 or send an email to to learn more.


*A survey of employers conducted by the Partnership for 21st Century Skills found that 25 percent of new workforce entrants (with college degrees) were deficient in their basic knowledge of writing and written communications.

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