Thu 29 January 2015 at 8.59 am
Anne Waddingham (Professional editor and trainer in publishing services; Advanced and Registered member of SfEP)
Taking Place: The King’s Centre, Osney, Oxford
This one-day workshop gives an overview of the range of tasks involved in managing a publishing project and how they can be handled, highlighting the skills and qualities needed and discussing how to develop them. Through group discussion and practical exercises, you progress through a theoretical project from typescript to printer-ready files. The course encourages a problem-solving approach while focusing on the key tasks: assessment; contracts and estimating; communication; planning; briefing copyeditors, proofreaders, illustrators, designers, picture researchers, indexers and typesetters; keeping within budgets and schedules; giving feedback; managing the handover; and planning your next move. This course will be certified by the Society for Editors and Proofreaders.
"Anne's a really great trainer - I have learnt so much from her courses and I am sure I will do from this one." Robert Bullard, Perfect Text, Oxford
Audience: Experienced editors, freelancers, and any other publishers who want to improve or update their project management skills. An SfEP-run course, with certification by them.
Comments from the latest course:
This Course costs: £160