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Core Publishing Skills

Advanced Copy-Editing

  • A masterclass for experienced copy-editors that hones their skills in comprehension, structure and consistency.

Advanced Proofreading

  • A masterclass for those who want to apply their existing proofreading skills to challenging texts and learn advanced decision-making strategies.

Content Strategy for the Web

  • A practical course that will ensure that the content on your website works effectively and efficiently.

Copyright – How to Get What You Need in the Digital Age

  • The ideal course for anyone managing rights and licensing. In the digital environment it’s more important than ever to know who has the rights to content and who can exploit it.

Copywriting for Publishers

  • Explore when, where and how smart copywriting can boost the performance of your book marketing projects.

Diversity and Inclusion Training for Publishers

  • A practical toolkit to help you understand your obligations and implement a successful diversity and inclusion strategy in your workplace.

Editorial Skills for Business

  • Editing and proofreading designed specifically for non-publishing organisations

Getting to Grips with People Management in Publishing

  • Publishing houses are full of smart, questioning people, who can be cynical about traditional management techniques and organisational hierarchies. This presents a particular challenge for first time managers.

Introduction to Editorial Skills: Copy-Editing and Proofreading

  • This entry-level, three-step course offers a thorough introduction to the key publishing skills of copy-editing and proofreading.

Metadata Power

  • Metadata Power is crucial in maximising publisher sales through the digital and print supply chains.

Negotiating for a Win-Win Outcome

  • Gain an understanding of the structure negotiations take, the behaviours which work best and the ways you can get the outcome you need. 

Professional and Peer Networks: A practical approach

  • Exploit the potential associated with reader communities; learn how to curate, moderate and facilitate communities and networks.

Professional and Peer Networks: Strategic choices

  • Discover the potential associated with reader communities; identify where the value lies within your own customer base and what forms of community are most likely to be appropriate.

Progress in Editorial Skills: Copy-Editing and Proofreading

  • This intermediate level, three-step course takes print and digital copy-editing and proofreading to the next level, instilling the confidence to deal with even the trickiest editorial challenges.

Project Management Tools for All

  • Acquire project management tools to enable you to deliver all your priorities, on time and on budget.

Rewriting and Substantive Editing

  • A one-day masterclass to help editors rewrite text and restructure a manuscript, while retaining the author's voice.

Working with Authors

  • Find out how to get the best from your authors, and get your manuscript on time, on budget and on brief.

Writing for the Web

  • Discover vital ways to make digital content more readable, searchable and findable, using up-to-the-minute research.

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