Pitman Essential Office Skills SpeedWriting BakerWrite

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Pitman Essential Office Skills SpeedWriting BakerWrite

Who is this course for?

If you need to take notes or minutes in meetings, this course will help you increase your speed and efficiency.


What are the entry requirements for the course?

None. To really get the most from this course, it would be preferable if you had some prior word processing experience.


How long is this course?

This is a distance learning online course.

From the expert in secretarial and shorthand training, Pitman Training’s SpeedWriting course is a new way to learn the BakerWriteTM SpeedWriting system in just six hours.

You’ll also find studying SpeedWriting easy to organise around your work and home commitments as it is provided on a self-study basis, so you learn at your own pace


What will I study on this course?

Secretarial and shorthand training. You’ll complete a workbook that will be yours to keep as a handy reference guide. Plus you’ll also have all the benefits of the highly regarded Pitman Training name on your CV.

SpeedWriting with Pitman Training comprises three lessons; you will learn about silent letters and vowels, phonetics and prefixes through a combination of exercises and dictation practice until you are reaching speeds of up to 40 wpm


What Qualification will I gain?

None. This course is CPD accredited by The CPD Standards Office.
6 CPD points can be gained upon successful completion of this course


What does this course lead on to?

Secretarial and Microsoft Office courses, which can develop you to your full potential.


How much will it cost?



How can I find out more?

For more information contact bdc@highlands.ac.uk or telephone 608706


Course code: 1566SPSW01


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