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Fixing Common Writing Errors: One-on-One Sessions (Online Course)

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First impressions matter.

How confident do you feel when writing emails, reports, or business letters? Do you worry that mistakes could undermine your credibility or your brand?

These sessions are tailored to your schedule and writing needs. You’ll learn how to identify and correct some of the most common errors in grammar, punctuation, and word choice.

Other than a pen and paper, no materials are required.

Course details

Summer 2022

Dates: Register for a total of 4 hours of instruction (session dates are flexible)

Note: Once you have registered and paid, please contact Oliver Flecknell (oliverf@unb.ca) to arrange your dates and times

Time: Flexible
Location: Offered online
Price: $140 (+ HST)
Instructor: Shelley Egan

Once you click the red button, you will be taken to our registration system powered by Active. Please use the filters to find the course you need (you can filter results by theme, date, time, and instructor).

Register now!

Fall 2022

Dates/Times: Register for a total of 4 hours of instruction (session dates and times are flexible)

Note: Once you have registered and paid, please contact Oliver Flecknell (oliverf@unb.ca) to arrange your dates and times

Location: Offered online
Price: $140 (+ HST)
Instructor: Shelley Egan

Once you click the red button, you will be taken to our registration system powered by Active. Please use the filters to find the course you need (you can filter results by theme, date, time, and instructor).

Register now!

About the instructor

Shelley Egan is a professional editor and proofreader. Before starting her own business, she edited Hansard transcripts and taught ESL. She has a BA in English, an MEd in administrative leadership, and a publishing certificate from Ryerson University, as well as credentials in applied linguistics and teaching English to speakers of other languages. She has studied grammar and editing through the University of British Columbia, Ryerson and Queen’s Universities, Editors Canada, and ACES: The Society for Editing.

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