HOW TO WRITE TECHNICAL DOCUMENTS - with Dr Ron Day
Technical writing is a special craft and its products are procedural documents, user manuals, assembly and training materials, and technical reports.
It requires attention to detail and the ability to break complex systems down to simple one-step descriptions.
It is probably the style of writing that draws the largest salary, so the effort taken to learn the skills can be worthwhile.
Dates: Wednesday, April 4th
Time: 6.30am to 9pm
Where: Gondor Writers’ Centre, 19 Caloundra St, Landsborough.
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Ron holds a PhD from Central Queensland University, and is a published author of a series of text books for use in primary, secondary, and tertiary schools and colleges.
He has had more than 30 years experience in teaching in Universities and schools, and writing.
He has worked with many organisations and companies, writing text books, user manuals, technical reference documents, and learning materials. He is working on his family history, writing it as historic fiction and a crime novel called Murder in the Winery.