As a young employee of ACFC under the department of HR, I am requesting the company to sponsor me for a Business writing course. This course is to be undertaken in Campo University that is three kilometer from the company. I am to register for the evening classes which will not allow me to report for the night shifts, therefore I will have to reschedule most of my time to work in the day. The enrolment for the course is to start on October 15th and is to take period of six moths. The course is to cost $2000 in total living out the registration fee which I will provide by my self.
Being in the HR department, this course will be important for the company. For efficient dialogue, individual communication skills are very important, and this involves both nonverbal and verbal skills of communication. When this skills are applied, they communicate idea clearly, hence the employees immediately understands what they are asked. Effective writing is of need to assist in all forms of CVs, and essays that always have to signify the individual. In that case, the individual ability and personality is to be formed in the readers’ opinion by the person writing. In my work, these skills of writing are very important from the beginning of an operation to the final step of the operation.
During the course, there will be various presentations by different students that will give me an opportunity to compare various presentations and come up with a solution to challenges facing the organization in my department. This will also help in improving my approach to various problems in the company. I will fully play my roll as needed by the company given the short distance of the University from the company and the choice of time of my classes.
Thank you for considering this request. Please let me know if you need any additional information that may influence your decision to approve funding.
Baugh, L. S. (1990). Handbook for memo writing. Lincolnwood, Ill., USA: NTC Business Books.
Bell, A. H. (2004). Writing effective letters, memos, & e-mail. Hauppauge, NY: Barrons.
Cram, C. M. (2010). New perspectives: Portfolio projects for business communication. New York: Cengage Learning.
Dumaine, D. (2003). Instant-answer guide to business writing: An A-Z source for todays business writer. New York: Writers Club Press.
Guffey, M. E., & Loewy, D. (2010). Essentials of business communication. Mason, OH: South-Western/Cengage Learning.
Helgen, J. C. (2012). Peril in the ponds: Deformed frogs, politics, and a biologists quest. Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press.
Oddjboørn, B., & Egeland, S. J. (2007). Memo: The easiest way to improve your memory. Double Bay, N.S.W: Lunchroom Publishing.
Richardson, A. F., Clancy, N., Public Safety and Justice Program (Rand Corporation), & United States. (2009). Understanding forfeitures: An analysis of the relationship between case details and forfeiture among TEOAF high-forfeiture and major cases. Santa Monica, Calif: RAND Safety and Justice.
Shenk, R., & Shenk, R. (1997). The Naval Institute guide to naval writing. Annapolis, Md: Naval Institute Press.
VanHuss, S. H. (2005). Basic letter & memo writing. Mason, Ohio: Thomson/South-Western.