Introduction

A Detailed Process provides step-by-step instructions for experienced Technical Writers go from the blank screens to the final written presentations. The webinar includes procedures for the creation of document plans and meetings with stakeholders to produce the highest quality of Technical Documents. It provides guidance on the conversion of highly technical material into language easily understood by the general public.

Area Covered In The Webinar

  • How to plan the document process from initiation to final approval
  • How to create the document using an outline or table of contents
  • How to write the first draft and revisions as necessary
  • How to conduct author’s initial review before the formal review process
  • How to respond to reviewers and approvers
  • How to accept positive and negative comments from reviewers/approvers
  • How to negotiate when disagreements arise between reviewers/approvers
  • How to incorporate comments into the final document
  • How to obtain comments in accordance with required timelines
  • Final approval of the document

Why should you attend?

Experienced Technical Writers who specialize in science, engineering, Information Technology and statistics among other highly technical specialties will find in this webinar organizational tips and suggestions that benefit them with their daily responsibilities. These professionals will find guidance to better organize their time and expertise to create higher quality documents within increasingly tight timeliness. Without the suggestions provided in the webinar precious time can best lost in creating high quality documents. Because of increasingly short timelines none of us has enough time to create the best documents that utilize our best efforts. Join this webinar to learn step-by-step instructions on how to create better documents in less time as well as learn techniques to communicate contributions and ideas developed to stakeholders, reviewers and approvers.

Who Will Benefit

  • Experienced Technical Writers in all industries
  • Scientists with Technical Writing skills
  • Engineers with some experience in Technical Writing
  • IT personnel who want to improve their Technical Writing Skills
  • Statisticians who want to improve their efficiency in Technical Writing
  • Any highly technical, highly specialized personnel with some experience in Technical Writing

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After obtaining a B.S. and an M.S. in Chemistry from Tuskegee University, Robert Peoples joined the pharmaceutical industry as a Research Chemist with a concentration in analytical chemistry at Wyeth Know More

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