The PEO-Oakville Chapter invites you to a seminar on:
Technical Writing Simplified
Engineers often have to write or contribute to the documentation process, and it’s always a chore. What do I need to include? How do I write this? Isn’t there someone else who can do this?
The good news is that creating technical documentation isn’t as difficult or onerous as it seems. Matthew Bin, a consultant and technical writer for 20 years, will explain how to create effective manuals for the products you work on, including tips that only someone who’s written over a million words of professional documentation would know.
June 22, 2016, 7:00 PM
Queen Elizabeth Park Community & Cultural Centre, Multi-Purpose Room 1
2302 Bridge Road, Oakville (Map: https://goo.gl/maps/tmGRn3of2jA2)
Matthew Bin is a communications consultant and author living in Oakville, Ontario. He was hired out of school as a technical writer just before the dot com boom in the late 1990s and lived to tell the tale. He has produced manuals for such clients as Compaq, Manulife Canada, Fidelity Investments, University of Toronto Medical School, the Transportation Safety Board, and many others. He operates a private consulting practice, Calamus Communications.
|· Registration & Networking||6:30-7:00pm|
|· Q & A Session||8:00-8:45pm|
|· Speaker Appreciation & Closing||8:00-8:45pm|
$5 per person
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