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Employees seek to improve writing

Denver -- The Air Reserve Personnel Center Professional Development Program team continues to bring employees career enhancement opportunities. More than 100 employees from the Air Reserve Personel Center and the 4th Manpower Requirements Squadron attended the latest program seminar, Principles of Effective Writing, on March 5. 

The course, taught by Air Force Academy instructors Maj. James Bishop and Capt. James Niday, focused on several important elements of good writing, including: considering your audience, organizing your message, clarity and conciseness, writing for expression and proofreading. 

"It was a great overview on writing skills," said Tech. Sgt. Steven Smith, DPB. 

The ARPC Professional Development Program team provides employees opportunities to improve their professional skills and experience by sponsoring instructional workshops on-site.

"We hope to continue providing useful tools and resources for all of our employees," said Capt. Susan Murphy, program coordinator. For more information about upcoming workshops, go to the Professional Development Program Web page on the intranet at https://wwwmil.arpc.afrc.af.mil/professionaldevelopment/