Join Mekon’s Simplified Technical English trainer Ciaran Dodd online on Wednesday 22 March to learn more about the long-awaited issue 7 of the ASD-STE100 Simplified Technical English (STE) specification.
In the four years since issue 6 in January 2013, the STE Maintenance Group (STEMG) has completely overhauled the specification. As someone who has been reading this specification since 2002 and training people to use it, Ciaran thinks that these changes are a big improvement.
Book your place to learn about some of the key changes and the benefits to your organisation.
You can find out more about Ciaran’s thoughts on this latest release in this months Bitesize STE – Issue 7 released.
Looking for Simplified Technical English (STE) Training?
Book your place on one of our Simplified Technical English training courses. This course is a practical introduction for those who will use Simplified Technical English (formerly AECMA Simplified English). The course introduces the philosophy of Simplified Technical English, explains the underlying grammatical principles and gives delegates opportunities to use Simplified Technical English in practical exercises. These exercises can be based on your company’s documentation.
Find out more about our Simplified Technical English Specification: ASD-STE100 training delivered by Ciaran or email firstname.lastname@example.org.