Writing Skills for Business Economists and Analysts

 

September 27, 2017

8:30 AM – 4:30 PM
Hilton Cleveland Downtown
Cleveland, OH

NABE’s Writing Skills for Business Economists and Analysts course provides essential skills and tools needed for effective communication of technical information to clients and end users of varying levels of sophistication. More course information

Registration Details

NABE Member Early-Bird*: $550

U.S. Government Employee Early-Bird*: $625

Non-Member Early-Bird*: $700

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*Early-Bird deadline is August 23, 2017.

To be eligible for a refund less $50 fee, registration cancellation must be received in writing by August 23, 2017.  Questions? Please contact NABE at nabe@nabe.com or phone 202-463-6223.

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Location

Hilton Cleveland Downtown
100 Lakeside Avenue East
Cleveland, OH 44114

Time:  8:30 AM – 4:30 PM

 

Travel Information

Hilton Cleveland Downtown
100 Lakeside Avenue East
Cleveland, OH 44114
(216) 413-5000

A special NABE group rate of $199/night is available at the Hilton Cleveland Downtown.  You can book online here or call the hotel directly at 216-413-5000 and mention the "NABE" group rate. 

The room rate is available until August 28, 2017, or until the block is exhausted, whichever occurs first.  Book early! 

About the Instructor

Carol Larkin teaches technical writing on both the college and the secondary levels. She has spent the last 10 years developing curriculum that instructs students in the best practices of technical writing in the business world. Carol helped develop a course on Technical Communications for Engineers, and currently teaches as an adjunct instructor in the Engineering and Technologies Division of Lakeland Community College. She holds degrees and certifications from Wheeling Jesuit University, Ashland University, and John Carroll University.

Ms Larkin is a nationally known consultant and speaker to school districts and state education departments. She has delivered workshops to people across the country educating them about the need to teach technical writing in education. Her work focuses on technical writing and its practical applications in the business and technical environment. 

She has presented across the country at conferences, workshops, and educational training days. Carol has published two teacher-oriented books on technical writing and is currently working on revisions for a new edition.