Vetting The Work of Others

How many times had it been said: It’s easier to vet my own work than that of others.
How many times had it been felt: To vet someone’s work, I need to start from scratch and rewrite.

Whether you are vetting your own or the work of others, there is truly a system to the mundaneness (or madness). Having a system of orderly vetting helps.
Using a four-step approach, let DR SUNNY GOH handhold you through the entire process of editing, vetting and proofreading.

Leave no stones unturned, and no literal errors unattended!

Course Objectives

At the end of the one-day workshop, participants will be able to:

  • understand common errors in others’ writing
  • systematically correct errors
  • proof read efficiently and effortlessly
Course Outline
  • What is vetting – from writing to editing; from vetting to proofreading
  • The four steps to effective Vetting
  • Vetting for Language
  • Vetting for Structure
  • Vetting for Format
  • Vetting for Content
  • Closure – Lasting last impressions
Who Should Attend

All levels of executives, non-executives, managers, engineers, specialist personnel, media and editing personnel, business and technical writers, academic staff, professors, trainers, teachers, curriculum developers, admin and secretarial personnel who need to vet people’s work.

About The Trainer

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Dr Sunny Goh is a Trainer of Trainers (TOT) and has taught many writing coaches to teach writing programmes he has designed for government servants and private sector officers. He was head of the International directorate in Mindef’s Defence Policy Office, where he has written Cab Memos, budget papers and presented Singapore’s position at international fora. He was a member of the SAF Scholars Selection Board and chairman of a university’s Resource Panel.

He was also a Desk Editor at The Straits Times, where he taught reporting and interviewing skills at its School of Journalism. In all, his participants had included CEOs, professors, staff writers, technical specialists, undergraduates and students. It doesn’t matter how high a participant’s work status may be – all that mattered is a penchant for learning.

As a volunteer, he was a Mediator with the Ministry of Law, a Council Member of the Singapore Red Cross Society and writes regularly for the local and regional media.


Holiday Inn Atrium/ Holiday Inn Orchard/ Furama City Centre
01 Oct 2024
Holiday Inn Atrium/ Holiday Inn Orchard/ Furama City Centre
05 Dec 2024


  9:00 am - 5:00 pm


1 Day


  S$500 (Nett)

Holiday Inn Atrium/ Holiday Inn Orchard/ Furama City Centre

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