Are you looking forward to doing a course that will make you an efficient and productive Technical Writer in no time? Are you a writer looking for a career change?
Are you a Software Professional or a Software Tester who wants to get your feet wet in Technical Writing?
Then here's the ideal beginner's course that will precisely do that for you.
To become a Technical Writer you do not need the English skills of a novelist or a journalist. You don't even need a Degree or a Masters in English. High School English will do. This course primarily teaches the popular HAT (Help Authoring Tool), Help + Manual. Technical Writing Grammar (which is a lot easier than regular Grammar) and Technical Writing Style are also explained. As for teaching methodoloy, the course is taught primarily with videos. .pdf documents (with text and images) are provided wherever necessary. The course will take less than 4 weeks to complete. The course is replete with lessons, quizzes and assignments. Sufficient practice is elicited from you so that you are equipped with the required "relevant experience" for your first job. Considering the numerous Technical Writers jobs that are in demand today, this course will answer your need for such a training.
Read the Robert Half Technology Salary Guide for 2016 located under the Miscellaneous Section where you'll notice the average annual salary of Technical Writers in the U.S.A range between $55,000 and $85,250. In Canada it is between the range $51,750 to $87,250. Indeed's website reports that the average annual salary of the Technical Writer in the U.S.A is $61,000. Experienced Technical Writers with big companies make over a $100,000 in a year. As long as people are developing software and with the growing number of devices and operating systems, the demand for good Technical Writers has only been growing.
So here's your opportunity to become a proficient Technical Writer, the quick and easy way.
Still have questions? Check out www.learntechnicalwritingfast.com for more details where I have tried to answer most of the questions you may have with regards to Technical Writing and the course.
Hi, I am Subash Sarath Lakshmi and I have been working in the IT industry for well over two decades (since 1991 to be exact), first as a developer and later as a Technical Writer.
As a Software Developer I have worked for Fortune 100 and Fortune 500 companies in the U.S.A. (Alcoa, Compaq, Thomson Medstat, Carrier Transicold, GN Resound, Fleetwood Enterprises) and Singapore (Compaq) supporting MRP2 systems on the HP3000 and DEC VAX systems.
From 2003 I have been a Technical Writer. After working for Vizual Business Tools, Plc, a U.K based HR software maker, I have been freelancing since 2006. Thanks to the internet, as a freelancer I have worked for clients around the world (including clients in countries such as Iceland, Croatia, Romania and Israel). In 2014, I decided to share my knowledge and experience of Technical writing with others via tutoring.
Like to know more about me and my other writings. Check my personal blog at www.subashsl.com