• Provides step-by-step instructions to produce excellent written presentations
  • Learn how to balance between being precise enough to cover the subject matter yet general enough to apply to other locations and/or projects
  • Learn how to deal with reviewers and approvers of different levels of expertise in the subject matter
  • Learn guidance to the conversion of highly technical material into language easily understood by the general public

Learning Objectives

  • How to plan the document process from initiation to final approval
  • How to create the document using an outline or table of contents
  • How to write the first draft and revisions as necessary
  • How to conduct author’s initial review before the formal review process
  • How to respond to reviewers and approvers
  • How to accept positive and negative comments from reviewers/approvers
  • How to negotiate when disagreements arise between reviewers/approvers
  • How to incorporate comments into the final document
  • How to obtain comments in accordance with required timelines
  • Final approval of the document

Why should you attend?

  • You should attend the session to learn the following techniques
  • Learn a step-by-step process to create Technical Documents
  • Lean the five steps of creating documents
  • Gain insight into in-house templates/outlines/procedures and their relationship to your document
  • Learn how to create external and internal documents
  • Learn how to address comments from reviewers/approvers
  • Final approval of the document

Who Will Benefit

  • Engineers
  • IT personnel
  • Statisticians
  • Any highly technical, highly specialized personnel


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After obtaining a B.S. and an M.S. in Chemistry from Tuskegee University, Robert Peoples joined the pharmaceutical industry as a Research Chemist with a concentration in analytical chemistry at Wyeth Know More

Robert Peoples