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POSTGRADUATE DIPLOMA IN TECHNICAL COMMUNICATION

Discover the art and necessity of Technical Communication (TC) – a crucial, yet often overlooked, facet of ensuring seamless interactions with products and services. Elevate your understanding of TC ...

Discover the art and necessity of Technical Communication (TC) – a crucial, yet often overlooked, facet of ensuring seamless interactions with products and services. Elevate your understanding of TC through our exclusive Postgraduate Program, meticulously crafted in collaboration with APCOMTEC - the Portuguese Association for Technical Communication.

Immerse yourself in a 99% online course, taught in English, that transcends conventional boundaries. Engage in virtual classrooms, forging connections with both experienced instructors and like-minded peers. Uncover the secrets of effective communication, where clarity meets practicality.

What sets our program apart? Flexibility. Pay your tuition in convenient instalments and enjoy the peace of mind of knowing that life's uncertainties won't derail your educational journey. Need to hit pause? No problem. Defer completion to the following year, and rest assured, no additional fees will be incurred.

Embark on a transformative learning experience comprised of 14 dynamic online modules and two immersive blended workshops strategically positioned at the course's inception and conclusion. Master the intricacies of conveying information, providing foolproof instructions, and ensuring a user experience that exceeds expectations.

Join us in shaping the future of Technical Communication – where every detail matters and every interaction is an opportunity for excellence. Enrol now in a program that not only meets legal requirements but also goes above and beyond, setting new standards in quality education.

 

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Unidade curricular Período ECTS
DOMAIN MODELS 1st Semester 3.0
INFORMATION GATHERING 1st Semester 4.0
STRUCTUREd WRITING 1st Semester 5.0
TECHNICAL COMMUNICATION I 1st Semester 5.0
TERMINOLOGY MANAGEMENT 1st Semester 6.0
TRANSLATION PROJECT MANAGEMENT 1st Semester 3.0
TW TOOLS 1st Semester 5.0
DOCs AS CODE 2st Semester 4.0
DOCUMENTATION OF REST APIs 2st Semester 4.0
EDITING AND PROOFREADING 2st Semester 3.0
FINAL PROJECT 2st Semester 6.0
INTRODUCTION TO TW PROJECT MANAGEMENT 2st Semester 4.0
STE - SIMPLIFIED TECHNICAL ENGLISH 2st Semester 3.0
TECHNICAL COMMUNICATION II 2st Semester 5.0
Technical Writer: Technical writers create user manuals, guides, and documentation for products, software, and services. They ensure that technical information is presented clearly and comprehensibly to non-technical users. Content Developer: Content developers work on creating written content for websites, e-learning platforms, and online help systems. They are responsible for making complex information accessible to a broader audience. Information Architect: Information architects design the structure and organization of information systems, including websites, to enhance user experience and navigation. They ensure that content is logically structured and easily accessible. User Experience (UX) Writer: UX writers focus on the text and language used in user interfaces, ensuring that it is clear, concise, and user-friendly. They contribute to the overall user experience of products and websites. Editor/Proofreader: Editors and proofreaders review and edit technical documents, ensuring accuracy, clarity, and consistency. They play a critical role in maintaining the quality of technical content. Documentation Specialist: Documentation specialists manage the creation, organization, and maintenance of documentation libraries for organizations. They ensure that documentation is up to date and accessible to employees. Instructional Designer: Instructional designers create educational materials, such as e-learning courses and training manuals. They structure content to facilitate effective learning for users. Usability Analyst: Usability analysts assess the usability of products and interfaces by conducting user testing and gathering feedback. They then provide recommendations for improvements based on user insights. Information Developer: Information developers create structured documentation using tools such as DITA (Darwin Information Typing Architecture). They specialize in creating structured content for technical documents. Medical Writer: Medical writers specialize in creating documentation for the healthcare and pharmaceutical industries. They produce documents like clinical trial reports, regulatory submissions, and patient information leaflets. Grant Writer: Grant writers create proposals and reports for non-profit organizations, research institutions, and government agencies. They communicate the goals and achievements of organizations to secure funding. Business Analyst: Business analysts often require strong communication skills. Technical communicators can work as business analysts who bridge the gap between business requirements and technical solutions. Project Manager: With experience, technical communicators can move into project management roles, where their strong communication and organization skills are highly valuable for overseeing projects, teams, and budgets. Freelance Writer/Consultant: Many technical communicators work as freelancers, offering their expertise to various organizations on a project-by-project basis. Localization Specialist: Localization specialists adapt content, products, or software for different cultural and linguistic markets, ensuring that it is relevant and understandable to diverse audiences.

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