Sharing our expertise in content and data

We deliver regular open courses, presented as live online courses using Zoom or in our Canberra office. We also deliver online or inhouse courses to small groups in your workplace, and can tailor courses to suit your needs.

Writing and editing complex content

Learn how to make complex information, including science and policy areas, easy to read and understand >>

Data literacy

Learn how to select, understand and use data in documents, recommendations and evidence-based policy >>

Data visualisation

Learn how to match your type of data to the correct graph, table or map, and how to design these visuals so that your ‘data story’ has the most effect >>

Current courses

Our courses include:

  • Writing and editing complex content: 30 and 31 August

 >> Get you tickets here

  • Fundamentals of data literacy and visualisation: dates to be confirmed

Contact us for updates about upcoming courses >>

Launch of Creating effective infographics

Biotext recently delivered a new course about creating effective infographics to staff at the Department of Agriculture, Water and the Environment.
We took participants through the process of creating infographics, including working out your message, finding the right visual metaphor and thinking about your audience. After establishing the key ideas behind making effective infographics, the workshop analysed examples from the participants.
Contact us to enquire about our infographics course >>

Courses to suit you

Open courses

We hold regular small-group training courses live online or at our Canberra office. These courses are open to anyone. Please register your interest for any course that interests you, and we will let you know when the next course will be held

Onsite training

We train large or small groups live online or at your organisation, and can tailor our courses to suit your needs

Individual guidance

We can provide one-on-one tutoring via Zoom, Skype or email, on any of our course topics

Writing retreat

We provide a brief introductory workshop and then work directly with attendees on their own writing examples and projects