Winning Technical Proposals
About this Course
Winning someone to your way of thinking depends of course upon your technical excellence and your reputation, but using the right persuasive words and learning the elements of winning style can give you an advantage over your competitors. This course brings together a range of approaches and techniques that will help you improve your technical proposals.
- Professionals with a university degree or college diploma in a science or engineering discipline.
- Individuals seeking professional development (e.g., for a professional association or society).
Course Structure and Delivery
online Guided Self-Paced, Complete by DECEMBER 20
This course is designed to be completed in five to six hours. This course consists of asynchronous readings, video lectures, exercises, and assignments. Coursework is assessed as ‘Pass’ or ‘Fail’. All materials and engagement activities are delivered fully online through UBCO’s Canvas Catalog.
Learners who successfully complete this course will receive:
- a digital verifiable badge.
This course is part of the Critical Skills for Communications in the Technical Sector program. Learners who successfully complete all eight courses in the program will receive a Letter of Proficiency.
This non-credit learning opportunity has no pre-requisites nor does it require a prior or existing affiliation with UBC. The content is designed for adult learners; participants must be 18 years or older. The language of instruction is English.
It is expected that participants have access to a personal computer connected to the Internet with speakers, web-camera and a microphone and that the computer is installed with web browser, and word processor, spreadsheet and presentation software.
All materials required for this course will be provided within UBCO’s Canvas Catalog.
Christa Bedwin, B.Ed., B.Sc. is a Senior Technical Editor, who has 20 years’ experience coaching scientific and engineering writers, and editing for industry, government, academia, and educational and trade publishers, with specialties in engineering and the environment. She has taught technical writing to professional engineers and scientists in Canada and internationally; has published three textbooks about writing for scientific reporting consultants; and among other projects has contributed chapters to Editors Canada’s two most recent publications, Editing Canadian English and its companion volume, Editorial Niches.
This credential is offered by the Department of Earth, Environmental and Geographic Sciences in the Irving K. Barber Faculty of Science at UBC Okanagan. Questions about department courses and programs should be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Last updated: 2022-11-23 04:34