Technical Writing is for experts and specialists. Whenever you are developing an expertise— you are becoming a specialist in a particular technical area. Being engaged in technical communications, you are challenged to write about highly technical subjects in a way that a beginner—a non-specialist—could understand. This ability to “translate” technical information to non-specialists is a key skill to any technical communicator. The seminar workshop helps participants communicate clearly to non-technical as well as technical readers. This workshop helps to conquer inconsistent format, poor organization, inappropriate tone, and muddy writing. The course covers researching and writing of such documents as user manuals, memos, status reports, business justifications, meeting minutes, systems requests, procedures, and specifications.