Technology companies often strive to produce accurate and comprehensive manuals to help users understand the operation of their products and to enhance their usability. Organizations seek the assistance of technical writers in translating the highly technical information into a level that can be understood by users at various levels.

Technical writing entails the creation of the following documents:

User Manuals
  Process Documents
  Training Manuals
  Software Installation Guides
  Online help etc.

As technology advances, the demand for technical writers who can convey complex technical content to simpler formats is ever growing. However, technical writing should not be mistaken to be a mere conversion of a highly technical document to a simplified version. It actually involves understanding the audience and developing the document accordingly. Technical writers with their strong communication skills and a sound knowledge of the relevant technology develop documentation for intelligent professionals.

To be a good technical writer it is essential to possess a good command over English as well as domain knowledge in order to present the data in an appropriate and understandable manner. Individuals with any bachelor’s degree, post graduation degree who are strong communicators with good English can be trained to be successful technical writers.

With a team of experienced trainers, iline Structured Communications trains students in all aspects of technical writing from the basics to the usage of authoring tools like Framemaker, Robohelp, Visio etc.
iline Structured Communications offer technical writing courses that stress on learning the practical applications and fundamental concepts in technical documentation. Broadly our course trains students to:


  Learn information design
  Identify and understand  types of audiences
  Understand software usage
  Improve language and editing practices
  Understand grammar, style and structure
  Learn content layout and design
  Learn authoring tools used in technical documentation.