How to Write Concisely

Neil Stoneham

Learn how to write in a clear and focused way. Engage your reader and get them hooked.

HRDC Non-Claimable

Part Time
1 Hours: 3pm - 4pm
What to Expect

The ability to write concisely is an essential skill in our information-rich world. In this short, practical session, the tutor will demonstrate how to edit your writing effectively. You will discover how to cut out unnecessary words and keep sentences to a minimum. And you will learn useful tips on how to structure a paragraph, so it gets to the point.

Who Should Attend This Course

Professionals, entrepreneurs, leaders and manager or anyone else who communicate online for business - particularly helpful for writing reports, emails and social media posts.


English language proficiency

General Program
  • How to write concise messaging
  • Techniques that bring focus to your ideas
  • The art of creating a quick first draft
  • How to edit effectively, knowing what to cut out and what to keep
Exam and Professional Certification

Not Available

  1. Will I get a certificate at the end of the course?

    Complete Reskill Programs: Absolutely! The certificate will be issued by airasia academy and powered by Google Cloud.

    Byte Sized Courses: Yes, we will award you with a certificate for all byte-sized courses with EIGHT (8) learning hours and above. The certificate will be issued by airasia academy and powered by Google Cloud. If you completed less than 8 hours, no certificate will be given.

    BINA Digital: Yes, we will award you with a certificate upon full attendance of the programme. The certificate will be issued by airasia academy and powered by Google Cloud.

  2. To whom can I refer to gain more insight into the courses?

    You may drop us a WhatsApp message at 010-5008787. Kindly take note that our working hours are 9 am - 6 pm from Monday to Friday and our friendly team will reply to you as soon as we can. However, do expect a slight delay in replying to enquiries over the weekend. Or you can follow our social media accounts @airasiaacademy (Facebook, Instagram, Linkedin)

  3. What payment methods do you accept?

    We currently accept both debit cards and credit cards. We're also happy to announce that we now have interest-free* instalment plans!

    *Interest-Free Instalment plans are currently available for ILT courses only, and applies to Maybank and Public Bank credit card holders, with a minimum purchase of RM500 and above.

  4. Do you offer any free learning resources?

    Yes, we do! Kindly refer to the Resources page. We have conducted free introductory sessions via our YouTube channel where you can watch it anytime and anywhere.

  5. What is the difference between RCOC-B and RCOC-EVLOS Module 1?

    The Remote Pilot Certificate of Competency - Basic (RCoC-B) satisfies the requirements within the Specific category (medium risk category). The RCoC-B satisfies the competency requirements of a published *PDRA or *STS that involves *VLOS flights. The following operations usually falls within the specific category:

    • Agriculture
    • Flying the drone above 400ft
    • Flying Beyond Visual Line of Sight (BVLOS)
    • Pre-Defined Risk Assessment (PDRA)
    • Standard Scenario (STS)
    • Visual Line of Sight (VLOS)

    The Remote Pilot Certificate of Competency Extended Visual Line of Sight Module 1 (RCoC (EVLOS) Module 1) is an additional module which enables Extended Visual Line of Sight operations. The prerequisite for attending Module 1 is RCoC-B which will imply that all Remote Pilots are required to be competent on RCoC-B before attending the Module 1 course.

Meet your instructor
Neil Stoneham

Neil is an entrepreneur and business communications consultant with clients across the world. He founded his global communications consultancy – Voxtree – in the UK in 2011 and has become an experienced and respected communicator, using his expertise to help others do the same.

Over the years, Neil has worked with corporate clients in diverse sectors, ranging from finance and healthcare to embassies and retail. He previously worked as a teacher and a journalist, writing for the Bangkok Post and Weekly Telegraph, among others.

Following the success of his training programmes in Southeast Asia, Neil set up in Malaysia to help companies in the region become global players, with staff who can communicate authoritatively across cultures.

HRDC Non-Claimable

Part Time
1 Hours: 3pm - 4pm