• Begin with the name of the object, followed by its definition. e.g. A mobile phone is a handheld communication device.
• Include a labelled diagram or photograph to aid understanding.
• Describe the most obvious features first and then proceed to specific details.
• Provide examples of what you are explaining. and remember; always use the Outside-In approach.
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About the Author - John Lafferty
John Lafferty is the Technical Writing Skills course tutor at SQT Training Ltd. John also delivers courses in Quality Systems, Process Validation, Software Validation and Quality Risk Management on behalf of SQT. John runs a highly successful Quality Management Consultancy, Northridge Quality & Validation, which specialises in assisting companies in the Life Sciences manufacturing sector.