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Technical English Ab Initio workshop at tcworld 2016 Stuttgart by Shumin Chen

Technical English Ab Initio workshop at tcworld 2016 Stuttgart by Shumin Chen

Consistent terminology is an important trademark of most well-written and user-friendly documentation. By removing uncommon technical terms, redundant synonyms and technical jargon, document readability will greatly improve.

Technical English ab initio (TEA) gets you started on compiling your own list of company-specific terms from first principles. TEA equips you with the most essential technical English words, and lets you write just about everything that you need for your product documentation in a clear, accurate and consistent manner.

In addition to common technical English terms, you will gain proficiency in cleverly selecting technical words that are specific to your industry, products, and services.

 

Workshop outline

This workshop will introduce the concept of TEA and its most practical application. We will present important criteria to consider before defining the scope of your corporate terminology. Participants will have the opportunity to apply what they have learnt in a highly interactive classroom environment.

  • The relevance of TEA for native & non-native speakers of English
  • TEA general vocabulary and how to apply them in practice
  • Mastering the general vocabulary of technical terms.