Cost for the Organisational Communication six-day course:

SPECIAL: Fee remains unchanged from 2013!

Only R7,990.00 Excluding VAT for 6 days.  (R9,108.60 VAT included)
Full payment
is required when registering for the course. The fee includes all lectures and notes but excludes travel and accommodation. We offer discounts to companies sending more than one participant on the course – 5% for companies sending two employees and 10% for three or more employees sent on the course.

 A certificate will be handed to participants who successfully complete the course.


Register for the course now by downloading and completing the
form and emailing (courses@quo-vadis.co.za) or faxing (0866385072) it back to us.

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Please note: QVC reserves the right to cancel any scheduled course should there be less than 4 participants booked for such course. Participants already booked, will be informed and slotted into the next course

Unleash your communication potential with an exciting and practical six-day course

2016 Quo Vadis Organisational Communications Course – Johannesburg


Quo Vadis Communications is well known for its courses covering a diverse range of subjects from Stakeholder Relations to radio and television scriptwriting to organisational communications. It has successfully presented the latter for more than 30 years.

Attending the Organisational Communication course is an ideal opportunity to improve your writing and organisational communication skills!

The course, held in Johannesburg, takes place over two periods of time to allow candidates to complete assignments and to reflect on what they have learnt. A strong emphasis is placed on experiential learning. By the time it is finished, your understanding of the many complex issues involved in writing and communication will be greatly enriched.

At the end of the course you will be able to:

·           Compile news reports and media releases;

·           Conduct and write up an interview;

·           Understand and apply basic principles of mass communication;

·           Write creatively;

·           Do basic editing and understand the pitfalls of proofreading;

·           Liaise with the media; and

·           Fulfil general organisational communication needs.

Participants have, without exception, responded positively to the course. The courses have attracted delegates from all parts of Southern Africa.

Dates for the course in 2016:

1st SESSION: 15-17 March 2016
2nd SESSION: 19-21 April 2016
 
1st SESSION: 2-4 August 2016
2nd SESSION: 23-25 August 2016
 
1st SESSION: 11-13 October 2016
2nd SESSION: 15-17 November 2016

 (Important: both sessions must be attended)

Venue:               The venue will be dependent upon the number of delegates
                            attending the course and will be communicated to the
                            delegates closer to the start of the course


 The course starts at 09h00 and ends at 16h00 daily

Why should you attend the course?

Who should attend?

  • Anyone who needs to improve their writing skills.
  • Executives and staff members charged with communication in their organisation.
  • Those responsible for compiling newsletters and reports.
  • Those who compile reports, either internal (eg departmental reports) or external (eg reports to shareholders).Those involved in any editorial work, such as writing, proofreading etc. 


Content of the course includes:

Delegates to the course will receive:

A special Quo Vadis Manual, containing reading material, examples of good and bad writing and hand-outs and lunch and refreshments ie tea/coffee (All other meals and accommodation is for the participant’s own account).

For more information, please contact: Chantal Meugens on courses@quo-vadis.co.za or on 011 487 0026011 487 0026