If you’re keen to pursue a career that allows you to use your talent for writing – then this course, written by a successful author, offers all knowledge and skills you need to navigate the hurdles on the road to getting your work published.
Our Writing for a Living online course covers practical information and advice on different aspects of becoming a published writer. Supported by an expert tutor, you’ll complete three assignments to evaluate your knowledge as your progress. Along the way you’ll learn about publishing platforms and gain invaluable tips on starting as a freelancer.
This course will help you to prepare for and reflect on embarking on a career in writing and is designed to offer you the best possible chance of seeing your work published!
If you’d like to focus on turning your hobby into a career, love writing and have a way with words, then studying Writing for a Living online at a flexible pace suited to your lifestyle, is the ideal way to turn your passion into pounds!
You’ll start by considering your goals and dreams, followed by an analysis of what type of writing you offer and how this could potentially earn income. Next, you’ll consider potential markets and how to promote yourself effectively. Finally, you’ll reflect on your working methods and how you’ll manage your finances as a freelancer.
Our Writing for a Living online course is ideal if you:
Unit 1: Identifying your goals and dreams
Unit 2: Analysing what you have to sell
Unit 3: Identifying and establishing a market
Unit 4: Promoting yourself and your work
Unit 5: Your working methods
Unit 6: Freelance finances
Study Writing for a Living with us and benefit from:
Choose when and where you access your course, using learn@nec our 24/7 learning platform.
This easy-to-use learning platform includes interactive checkpoints, quizzes and activities to help you evaluate your progress.
Our course fees are open and honest to help you plan for any additional costs.
Your course fee includes:
Unfortunately, we have a minimum course fee of £280 for courses where finance is available. This course fee must be paid in full.