Free writing seminar in Ipoh on Saturday (Jan 7)

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| Statement | Ipoh, Malaysia2 Jan 2017 Asia Samachar |

 

INVITATION TO ATTEND FREE SEMINAR

Seminar Title: Writing Your 2017 Personal Success Statement – Accurately, Unambiguously and Sufficiently – Using the Plain English Principles

Date: 7-1-2017 (Saturday)
Venue: Auditorium, 1st Floor, Olympia College, Jalan C.M. Yusuf, Ipoh
Time:
i. First session: 9.30am – Noon (80 spots)
ii. Second session: 2.30pm – 5pm (80 spots)

The two sessions are open to employers and employees in public and private sectors, retirees, entrepreneurs, politicians, graduates, graduands and undergraduates, college students and school leavers.

Speaker: JASPAL SINGH

(A former sub-editor, senior reporter, bureau chief and columnist with two decades of writing experience with the Business Times, the New Straits Times and the Malay Mail.)

Hello! I am Jaspal.

First of all, I wish you a Happy New Year and hope that 2017 will be a more productive year for you; a year in which you will make greater strides in many areas of your life including acquiring new soft skills that can help improve your productivity and communication with others.

One of the areas which continues to exert demand for improvement, whether at personal or organisational level, is the skill to write documents clearly in English.

I am inviting you to attend my free seminar this coming weekend at the Olympia College, Ipoh, where I will share with you principles of clear and effective writing using the Plain English Programme.

During this 150-minute seminar, I am going to guide you how to write your personal success statement (or resolution) using the plain English principles.

Do not give it a miss. In fact, I welcome you to spread the word about this free seminar to your friends, colleagues and loved ones who live, work or study in Ipoh so that they, too, can seize this opportunity.

To ensure that you have a seat at the seminar, kindly reserve a spot for yourself by sending me email to any of the addresses below:

_jaspal@plainlanguage.my or _coachjaspal@gmail.com

You can also reserve your spot through SMS or Whatsapp to 016 5210 611.

Reserve your spot by 5-1-2017.

Details required are:
1. Full name
2. Email address
3. Occupation
4. Age
5. Gender
6. Choice of session (morning or afternoon)

I look forward to meeting you at my free seminar on 7-1-2017.

If you have any questions to ask, feel free to drop me an email. I promise to respond to you within 24 hours.

Once again, Happy New Year 2017.

Jaspal Singh
Founder and Certified Trainer
Plain English Programme (Malaysia)
Email: jaspal@plainlanguage.my
Mobile: 016 5210 611

 

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2 COMMENTS

  1. I would appreciate if Sdr Jaspal Singh Ji would provide information on the response to his
    Free writing seminar in Ipoh held on Saturday [7.1.17]. I hope it was a resounding success.

    If successful then I would like to learn from on how he/organizers succeeded to get the good response and
    if not then there may be need to understand why Sikhs/Punjabis/Others did not take advantage of the free seminar.
    Gur Fateh

  2. My thanks to Sardsr Jaspal Singh ji fot his offer to conduct FREE TRAINING SEMINARS on ‘WRITING’ on 7.1.17 in Ipoh.
    It is my hope that many will take this opportunity to enhance their writing skills.
    I had made similar offers in the past to SNMS and SELANGOR INDIAN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE to provide FREE TRAINING on various components of CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY.
    The training subject was/is AUDIT-MANAGEMENT-MONITORING OF CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS. Its COMPONENTS include CONTRACTS/AGREEMENTS RELEVANT TO
    ‘WORKS’-‘PROCUREMENT OF BUILDING MATERIALS & ASSETS’ and SERVICES OF TECHNICAL/OTHER CONSULTANTS’.
    To date I have provided training to over 6000 participants via my public and in-house training seminars conducted over four decades and shared my expriences via my articles published in professional magazines/websites.
    Sadly the number of Sikh/Indian partcipants has been less than 30 persons.
    My fervent hope is that he will suceed where I failed.
    Gur Fateh

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