Become an editor extraordinaire
In two steps, you can become an editor extraordinaire: learn thoroughly and keep learning. Courses by Editor's Essentials are the perfect place to kick-start your editing career. What are you waiting for?
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About the trainer
Murugaraj Shanmugam started his editing career in 2004. He held various positions in the editorial department and was senior manager for the copyediting teams when he quit his full-time job. During the almost 15 years of his full-time career, he helped organizations set up copyediting teams for internationally reputable publishers.
His passion for editing and training – especially his constant quest for innovative ideas in training – not only earned him a name in the workplace, but gave the confidence to take up copyediting training as his entrepreneurial venture.
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Becoming an editor extraordinaire is a simple two-pronged approach. Learn thoroughly and keep learning. Learn thoroughly with the courses by Editor’s Essentials and keep learning using our other resources. Take the first step now!