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The objective of Precision Content® training is to transfer the skills and knowledge of the authoring methodology, framework, and tools to your content authors, information architects, and key stakeholders.
The purpose of Precision Content® training is to create skilled, motivated, effective, and productive resources, through which the enterprise’s investment in high-value content is sustained.
Whether training content contributors across several departments, creating a centralized authoring model, or developing internal expertise via Train-the-Trainer, Precision Content® training helps to
The Precision Content® Training Program is divided into three sets of instruction providing progressive learning on
Note: The training can be customized to align with your business requirements.
The Fundamentals training is a full-day course dedicated to exploring the concepts and value proposition of writing, managing, and publishing with Precision Content®. The course is recommended for all stakeholders involved the content lifecycle including
The Fundamentals training covers
The Methods training is a two-day, hands-on workshop designed to teach the writing methods behind Precision Content®. Attendees will learn how to deconstruct content using the 4 Cognitive Principles and rebuild information according to desired reader-response. These writing methods are taught such that they can be applied to writing any type of business document in any tool. This course is recommended for all authors and editors working with content.
The Methods training covers
The Systems training is a two-day add-on to the Methods training designed to teach attendees how to apply Precision Content® methods using structured authoring tools for DITA/XML. Attendees will learn how to create and manage their content in a content management system using an XML editor and reviewer application. The course is taught using Precision Content® tools or can be tailored to any DITA-aware tools at an additional cost. This course is recommended for all authors working with DITA content.
The Systems training builds upon Methods and covers
Classroom instructor-led training.
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March 24-26, 2019
April 15-17, 2019
May 21-23, 2019