Become a Better Writer - Level 3 Certificate

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Overview Whether you want to be a Copywriter, an Editor, or you want to improve your writing in your personal …


Whether you want to be a Copywriter, an Editor, or you want to improve your writing in your personal or academic life, this course will make a huge difference, and could help you begin a new career. The course covers a variety of writing styles, from business writing, to creating copy, to journalistic writing, so you’ll develop a flexible writing style which can be adapted to suit any situation. You will also learn how to write for the web, which is an extremely useful skill, as most writing positions today will be for a digital format.

Learning with Study 365 has many advantages. The course material is delivered straight to you and can be adapted to fit in with your lifestyle. It is created by experts within the industry, meaning you are receiving accurate information, which is up-to-date and easy to understand.

This course is comprised of professionally narrated e-Learning modules, interactive quizzes, tests, and exams. All delivered through a system that you will have unlimited access.

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  • Understand how to write web content and the resources you will need for it
  • Learn how to write for children – both fiction and non-fiction
  • Understand how to craft a winning resume which will help you to get a job
  • Learn how to create a checklist for any type of writing

This online training course is comprehensive and designed to cover the key topics listed under the curriculum.

You will have unlimited access to your online study platform from the date you purchased the course. The course is self-paced so you decide how fast or slow the training goes. You can complete the course in stages revisiting the training at any time.

At the end of the course, learners will take an online multiple choice question assessment test. The online test is marked straight away, so you will know immediately if you have passed the course.

Successful candidates will be awarded a Certificate in Writing Essentials - Level 3.

Learners must be age 16 or over and should have a basic understanding of the English Language, numeracy, literacy, and ICT.

With this Certificate in Become a Better Writer – Level 3 course you will develop a lot of skills which would be very helpful to a Copywriter. The average Copywriter in the UK earns around £23,248 a year, and this will increase with experience (

This training course could help you to fulfil any of the following job roles:

  • Copywriter
  • Writer
  • Editor
  • Copy Editor
  • Editorial Assistant


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Course Curriculum

Getting Started
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1: Tips to be a better writer
1. Tips to be a better writer
How to make use of the e-book
Some tips that can be used when writing
2: How to use the correct word form in writing
2. How to use the correct word form in writing
Make use of the correct verb form
Make use of the correct noun form
Do not overuse the words
Eliminate unnecessary words
Check your work
3: How to write a web content
3. How to write a web content
How to write a web content
Use keywords
Summarize the content
Use Inverted Pyramid Style
Use Bulleted Points
Include pictures and visual elements
Make use of Use Hyperlinks
Facilitate your reader
Include a Call to Action
Recheck your work before publishing
4: Resources for web content writing
4. Resources for web content writing
Items that should be included in web content
How to write a web content
5: How to write an article for a magazine.
5. How to write an article for a magazine.
How to write magazine articles
Analyze the markets
Go through the Guidelines
Start with a Winning Query
Develop an eye catching heading
Use Primary Sources
Create the body of the article
Make strategies to catch the reader
Make use of sub topics
Motivate the reader
Include a Sidebar
6: Magazine writing
6. Magazine writing
Things that should be considered when writing a web content
Helpful resources for article writing
7: Writing sales copies
7. Writing sales copies
Identify the need of the reader
Use an eye catching headline
Personalize the facts
Include the benefits
Make use of a catchy words
Build competitive advantage
Answer the questions asked
Include a Call to Action
Create a need for purchasing
Create a Swipe File
8: Writing a sales copy
8. Writing a sales copy
Rechecking your sales copy
Help for writing sales copies
9: Writing for children (fictional stories)
9. Writing for children (fictional stories)
Make use of a child main character
Make it understandable for kids
Solve a mystery
Build suspense in the character
Make use of rhythm
Include pictures
Highlight the main character
End the Story with a Twist
Recheck the story
10: Writing for children’s magazines (non-fictional)
10. Writing for children’s magazines (non-fictional)
Identify the market
Study the guidelines
Build suspense in the story
Make use of various sources
Make Your Article Easy to Read and Follow
Help for writing
Resources for writing
11: Writing business materials
11. Writing business materials
Clearly state the main idea
Come up with a solution
Be Steady
Checklist for memos
Introduction to business reports
State the main objective
Organize the Information
Get to know the target audience
Encourage the Readers
Distribute the Report
Recheck your business reports
12: Writing business emails
12. Writing business emails
Keep it simple
Highlight the main points
Be polite
Be Brief
Recheck the message
How to create an effective message
Help for writing business letters
13: Writing Resumes
13. Writing Resumes
Collect all the information
Choose the Best way to
Make Use of a Template
Do not use the word ‘I’
Make use of simple English
Make use of Bullet Points
Recheck every detail before submitting
How to check your resume
Help in writing resumes
14: Writing complaint letters
14. Writing complaint letters
Identify the core problem
Recall the Details
Be Professional
Come up with a solution
Cordial Letter
Things that should be included in the letter
The covering letter
Write the letter
Highlight the main points
Keep it short
Write the letter
Email Cover Letter
Check everything before sending
Points to write a covering letter
Help to write covering letters
15: Checklist for any type of writing
15. Checklist for any type of writing
Checking your writing
Mock Exam

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