We are active in our community working with organizations like the Society for Technical Communication (STC) as well as regular presenters at conferences around the world.
We regularly present across North America, and throughout Europe.
We teach for several schools and programs.
Technical communication is recognized as an essential part of every organization's competitive strategy.
STC advances the theory and practice of technical communication across all user abilities and media so that both businesses and customers benefit from safe, appropriate, and effective use of products, information, and services.
We'll work with your community to provide events that are educational, entertaining, and provide a revenue source for funding other community events. Read more.
LavaCon was founded in 2002 to help businesses manage technology projects. Our program has expanded over the years to include sessions on how to break into government contracting, how to manage technical and non-technical projects, how to leverage social media and technical communication technologies, and more. Read more.
Classroom based, 1 year, full-time program.
The Technical Communication (Co-op) program is an intensive learning/work experience designed to prepare you for a career as a technical communicator (writer, editor, documentation specialist) in a variety of fields.
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Conference participants are offered a diverse program, which includes more than 150 lectures, workshops, tutorials, and discussion groups. Well-known speakers present the latest developments in technical communication and documentation and provide excellent opportunities to exchange knowledge and get in touch with experts and developers. Read more.
Our local community
Publishing Smarter is directly affiliated with the Toronto STC Community. Bernard Aschwanden of Publishing Smarter is the immediate past President and active as the community webmaster. Read more.
Online, part time program.
If you are looking for a new career, or if you want to develop your writing skills, or if you are just interested in producing technical documents, consider this program.
The Summit is packed with more than 80 sessions over the three full workdays with topics covering all aspects of technical writing, editing, project management, and publication production. Read more.