Global Talent Untapped Series: Clear Language Guide
Date: November 13, 2012 - 1:04am
This writing guide is tailored for employers and employees in food processing facilities who need to improve their ability to communicate clearly in writing. Using examples drawn from real workplaces, the guide describes and illustrates steps to take to ensure written workplace communication is clearly stated and easily understood. Examples in the guide are drawn from memos, letters, manuals, standard operating procedures and GMPs. Tailored worksheets, checklists, strategies and examples will help anyone who writes for workers in food processing plants to achieve CLEAR communication in five key steps: Step 1: Clarify the message; Step 2: Learn about your readers; Step 3: Expand your idea; Step 4: Apply the principles; Step 5: Review your work. Coil bound booklet - approximately 40 pages. Funded by Alberta Agriculture & Rural Development
Alberta Food Processors Association
Karen Geraci and Marisa Mazzulla, Hammond & Associates Inc.
authentic materials, employer resource, writing in the workplace, learner resource, EWP
Alberta Agriculture and Rural Development, Government of Alberta
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The Alberta Teachers of English as a Second Language (ATESL) is a professional organization that promotes the highest standards of teaching and English language program provision for all learners in Alberta whose first language is other than English.