Re: Online Technical Writing Programs

Subject: Re: Online Technical Writing Programs
From: "Mike Starr" <mike -at- writestarr -dot- com>
To: <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- techwr-l -dot- com>
Date: Thu, 24 Nov 2005 02:27:51 -0600

I serve on the curriculum committee for the Gateway Technical College Technical Communication program (http://www.gtc.edu/pages/display_program.asp?ID=119&Type=Info&include=technical.htm) which grants Associate of Applied Science Degree or to a 12- or 24-credit certificates. I believe that it's been set up for entirely online delivery.

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Message: 4
Date: Wed, 23 Nov 2005 08:16:54 -0600
From: ek_cameron -at- hotmail -dot- com

Hello All,

I am looking for an online technical writing program (diploma or
certificate); it is important to me that I obtain certification
through an accredited school.

Can anyone recommend a good online technical writing program? I am
currently looking into the Technical Writing Institute (in the UK),
and also a couple schools in the US and Canada. At this point, I would
like to find a program I can complete relatively quickly (<6 months).

I have a BSc. (from the University of British Columbia, Canada). While
I have considerable experience working as a technical report writer /
editor for environmental and engineering firms, I have no specialized
education in this area.

I am a Canadian citizen, currently living in Cape Town (and therefore
seeking an online program).

I really appreciate any information / advice you can provide, thanks so much!


Best Regards,
Erin

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