IEEE Technical Writing Workshop
(Conducted in English, student will also get an IEEE Certificate)


Certified IEEE Instructor

Training Schedule:

-21-22 May 2014
-19-20 November 2014

Fee :

12,900 Baht exclude VAT [Early Bird: 11,900 Baht exclude VAT]
[Special: IEEE members get 10% discount]
(Fee includes Course Material + Coffee Break and Lunch)


As the world’s largest professional association dedicated to engineers and other technology professionals, advancing excellence in technical innovation and communication for the benefit of humanity is one of our core values. We are one of the world’s largest publishers of technical and scientific materials, with more than four million technical documents in print.

Our technical communications training program creates participant awareness that conveying clear technical information is substantially different from other forms of communication; it requires a higher degree of clarity and precision. Though the underlying theory is similar to other forms of communication, these concepts must be adapted and contextualized to the technologies and industry sectors represented by the attendees of a given workshop.

Course materials have been developed by an internationally recognized expert in the field of technical communications and exhaustively peer reviewed by an international team of both technical and communications specialists. Our workshops are small and highly interactive, never one-size-fits-all. Workshop facilitators—all native or near-native English speakers—have been specially selected and trained to teach these materials in a highly engaging, interactive format that addresses real world communications issues using classroom activities drawn from the students’ own work lives.

Developing superior communications skills is an ongoing process; therefore, the IEEE technical communications programs continue to support learners long after the classroom experience has been successfully completed. All participants in these workshops receive access to a virtual communications classroom online, a place where they can work with interactive lessons and share in a larger online community of communications professionals.

Duration :

2 Days ( 09.00-16.00 )

Training Venue:

Conference Center, 4th Floor,Q-House Lumpini, 1 South Sathorn Rd(near MRT Lumpini Station Exit 3) >>
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Key benefits for the engineering and technical professional

-Real world examples featuring Western technical contexts are used; thus, immediate application of skills in the local workplace will be greatly enhanced.
-Workshops recognize and perfectly supplement earlier styles and content components of tertiary technical education on the part of attendees, and will be especially beneficial for those whose tertiary education did not place much emphasis on professional communications skills.
-Especially beneficial to engineering and technical professionals who may have deep experience as a technical expert but who may be new to management and the increased communication skills demanded as part of the position requirements.
-Course objectives are based on criteria set forth by the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET), the largest accreditation body for engineering education in the world.
-Upon completion, engineering and technology professionals will be able to immediately implement new modes of communication to better represent themselves, their ideas, and their companies in local or international contexts.

Course Outline:

Part 1: What is Technical Writing
1.0: Introduction
1.1: Identifying the Intrinsic Qualities of Effective Technical Writing
- Interactive and adaptable
- Reader centered
- Collaborative and team-oriented
- Visual
- Bound ethically, legally, and politically
- International and cross-cultural
1.2: Identifying documentation and its users
1.3 The process of creating technical writing
1.4 The ABC Method to composing all technical documentation
1.5 Document Design

Part 2: Effective Technical Writing
2.0: Typical Technical Documentation
2.1: Correspondence – Email, memoranda, letters
2.2: Technical Reports – Short and Long
2.3 Proposals
2.4 Specifications and Instructions
2.5 Designing for the Internet and Mobile Applications
2.6 Presentations

(contents subject to change)

What is different about our course compared to others?

While other technical communication and presentation seminars and workshops tend to dwell upon forms and formatting

– Precision Technical Writing and Presentation Workshops

encompass not only form, but also functional, usability considerations—the essence of effective Western technical communication. In a time when East is continually meeting West in conveying scientific and technical information to multicultural and multilateral audiences, our workshops find common ground among the participants and builds upon it. Our workshops succeed in their objectives through the energy and informed expertise of qualified facilitators and the embedded foundations of knowledge and experience provided by



Texas A&M University at Qatar.

Designed by an American university faculty member with real-world as well as classroom experience, and peer-reviewed by technical and communications leaders from around the IEEE, these courses bring together field research in current industry trends and contemporary teaching practices used in the United States and internationally. During the two days of the workshop, attendees learn not only the expected Western standards of technical communication, but, more importantly, they learn how to think through the guiding factors behind truly usable technical communication. Participants will learn the nuances of form and functional intersections in technical communication interactions; in short, they will learn how to put technical information into dynamic action.

While this course is designed to be useful for all people who are preparing increasing numbers of technical documents and presentations, the non-native English speaker is particularly benefitted by the course design of our workshops. The content and pacing of the workshops are designed and tested to be accessible and practical for intermediate or higher levels of English. The focus goes beyond grammatical and form issues to help attendees learn how to think in English and better predict and meet international expectations for scientific and technical communication and presentations.

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Payment Condition :

Payment may be paid in full or 50% deposit at least 7 days prior to the start of the course. The payment could be paid by the following methods

  1. Account transfer to "IMC Institute" Saving account no. 616-2-07327-1 , Kasikorn Bank, Sathorn Square Branch.


  1. Cheque should be made payable to "IMC Institute"


In case you choose to pay 50% deposit, we would request the remaining 50% to be paid at the registration desk before the beginning of the course.

Contact Person :

For more information, contact our course coordinator on:

Ms.Kwanhathai Thavornpong
Mobile: 087-593-7974, 088-192-7975
Tel: 02-610-3687
E-mail: kwanhathai@imcinstitute.com

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