Using practical tips and newsroom skills that enable us to publish The Straits Times daily, we will guide you to:
“This is a powerful course.”
Customer engagement manager
“I attended the ST Masterclass as I knew the ST professionals would have lots of tips for me to further sharpen my writing. No matter how good your writing is, you can always get new ideas from other professionals. I was right. I learnt new techniques to communicate even more effectively.”
Writer and former lawyer
“Very engaging and inspiring trainers. I benefited both professionally and personally from the course.”
Human resources executive
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The Writing Coach
Straits Times journalist Angelina Choy has more than 30 years of experience in editing, writing, visual journalism and training.
Tan Ooi Boon is the Invest Editor and the Supervising Editor (ST Press and ST Skills) of The Straits Times. A lawyer by training and a veteran journalist, he has written 6 books to date. One of these books, Slaying the Dragon, was made available at national libraries here by the late Mr Lee Kuan Yew. His latest book – A British Serial Killer in Singapore – is a crime thriller that is based on a true story.
$499 a person
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