Старт курса:
02 February 2021
Tu, Thur, 18:30-20:00
15 hours
2 hours / 2 times a week
Осталось мест:
1600 UAH

Business Correspondence

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A comprehensive business correspondence course with the native speaker Kevin. You will learn how to write letters, be polite, argumentative, and persuasive. You will learn specific vocabulary, words and word forms, modals and other speech patterns, typical for formal correspondence. The course of business lettering will help you to maintain a positive image among your business partners. English Business Correspondence Course includes detailed learning of types of E-mails, structures of abstracts, positive and negative lettering, nominalization and verbalization and other language tools.
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We are waiting at this course for:
  • TOP and middle management of small and medium business
  • Project- and Product Managers
  • Business Analysts
  • And just people, who maintain business correspondence with English-speaking partners and wants to write more professionally.


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Программа курса
  • Layout Tools
    1. Code editors, inspectors, useful web services
    2. Version Control Systems
    3. Setting up a computer to work
  • introduction to HTML
    1. HTML syntax, HTML tag types
    2. Structure of the simplest HTML document
    3. How to work with the HTML specification. W3S. HTMLBook
  • High-quality markup and coding styles
    1. Logic Markup: Examples and Anti-Examples
    2. Typical markup errors: “link or button”, “picture or background” and others
    3. Markup modularity or use of “namespaces”
    4. Markup Codeguides
  • Overview of the main graphic editors
    1. Interface Setup
    2. Work with layers, types of layers
    3. Getting text options
    4. Measure block sizes, padding, get color information
    5. Getting the parameters of complex decorative effects: shadows, gradients, etc.
  • Overview of Web Graphics Formats
    1. Raster graphics - PNG, JPEG, GIF
    2. Vector graphics - SVG
    3. How to choose a suitable format?
    4. Graphics optimization
  • Introduction to CSS
    1. Syntax of CSS
    2. CSS selectors, pseudo-classes and pseudo-elements
    3. CSS Inheritance, Cascade, and Priorities
    4. CSS units of measurement: absolute, relative, for color management
  • Stream and block document model
    1. The concept of the grid and flow of the document
    2. Block and lowercase elements and their features
    3. Properties of the block model: dimensions, frames and indents
    4. Subtleties of the block model: “collapse” and “dropping out” of external indents, width: 100% and width: auto, box-sizing property and others
    5. Property display. Item Type Management
  • Accessibility and forms
    1. Convenient and affordable interfaces. Focus management, the importance of semantics, testing and screen readers
    2. Why do we need interactive elements
    3. Unevident use of interfaces
    4. Accessibility concept
    5. Physiological and mental features
    6. Keyboard interaction
    7. Why do I need to focus on the elements. How to make elements interactive. Significant elements
    8. Why do we need semantics
    9. Buttons and links, what's the difference? Item Labels
    10. Why do we need descriptions of elements. Parsing errors in real interfaces
    11. Availability Inspectors and Screen Readers
  • Flexbox Introduction
    1. Creating grids on flexboxes
    2. Flex-container, flex-elements, flex-axes.
    3. Algorithm of calculating the size of flex-elements
    4. Alignment and distribution of flex-elements along the axes.
    5. Single-line and multi-line flex-container, flex-row control
    6. Flexbox features when creating grids
  • Positioning
    1. Relative positioning
    2. Absolute positioning: coordinates, change of origin point, relative coordinates and dimensions, default coordinates
    3. Fixed positioning
    4. Controlling the order of the layers. Techniques for creating interface elements
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