Non-urgent advice: Draft
This course is in a first draft.
Our ambition is to develop evidence-based content that we can dynamically enhance over time. To help us, we’d really value your feedback through a short survey at the end of this guide.
Communicating well in writing is an important skill. By the end of this bitesize course, you will:
- Know how to prepare for and plan a briefing
- Understand what to think about when you’re starting a first draft, including what information to include, how to structure a written briefing well, getting the tone right and including the right level of detail
- Have learnt what to check for before you send a written briefing anywhere
- Know what to do to finalise a brief, how to obtain the clearances you need and what happens next