Writing Skills For Criminal Justice Professionals – cjceu1000 (0 credits)

To be successful in the Criminal Justice Profession, one must be able to develop and express ideas in writing and persuade others of their viability. This course offers effective strategies to sharpen students' writing skills in authoring professional letters and reports. Students will learn how to structure their ideas logically, exercise diplomacy and shape their arguments for optimal effect. Students will also learn proper communication etiquette and the need for professionalism in various mediums of written communication. This course provides 0.8 continuing education units in two, 4-hour workshops.

This non-credit course is 2 weeks. To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.

Writing a Business Letter and Business Proposals

  • Describe how to persuade an audience
  • Identify how to write an executive summary
  • Choose and Incorporate visuals into business proposals
  • Identify how to write a business letter
  • Identify how to write a thank-you letter

Writing Effective Business Communication

  • Choose an organizational model
  • Identify how to write a clear and concise email and IMs
  • Identify the primary audience
  • Identify how to write an appropriate internal announcement
  • Identify how to write a response to routine requests and customer complaints
  • Detail how to write a bad-news letter

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