Join us for the "Teaching Technical Writing to Engineers: What Works?" webinar with Noel Atzmiller.
10:30 am Pacific / 11:30 am Mountain / 12:30 pm Central / 1:30 pm Eastern
Thursday, December 6, 2018
About the webinar
This session is intended for technical communicators who have been tasked with providing technical writing training to engineers (and other highly educated, technical individuals). Attendees receive information about 10 lessons learned that they can use when developing and leading their training sessions.
We will be recording the webinar, so feel free to enjoy the presentation knowing that you can see the recording at a later date.
The content will be introductory (e.g., > “101 level”) and will also be valuable to practitioner level attendees.
About the Speaker: Noel Atzmiller
Noel Atzmiller began his 34-year career in technical communications in the petrochemical engineering and construction industry. During his career he has produced many documents for other industries including natural gas transmission, I.T. and oil/gas. Noel has authored several articles that have been published in corporate and oil/gas trade publications. In 2010, he was awarded the Best of Show at the STC International Communication Summit in Dallas, Texas. His award-winning document chronicled the first 75 years of Baker Atlas, a previous division of Baker Hughes. Noel is currently the Manager of Technical Publications at Baker Hughes, a GE company. At Baker Hughes, Noel helps authors by providing many services including document editing and presenting training sessions for writing conference technical papers. Noel has travelled to Baker Hughes offices in nine countries and to many offices in the US to lead these technical writing training sessions.