Technical Writing

What is technical writing?

Technical writing, a form of technical communication, is a style of writing used in all fields to explain technology and related ideas to technical and nontechnical audiences.


Who is a technical writer?

By definition a technical writer is someone who starts out as an ignoramus and who uses his own attempt to learn a new technology from scratch as a way to understand the common tasks customers must learn to use a technology successfully.


What is the income range of a technical writer?

Income of a technical writer varies based on experience and skill. A skilled technical writer, with NO experience can earn Rs. 2,00,000 per annum. A senior technical writer with more than 4yrs of experience can earn anywhere between Rs. 6,00,000 to Rs. 12,00,000 per annum. Should a Technical Writer freelance, s/he can earn upto Rs. 1000 per hour.


Winprotech IT solutions India, Bangalore started in 2007 with a small team of Trainers and Writers persistently determined to provide best training in technical writing and documenting to the present day.

We aimed to provide a structured approach to the training of technology savvy and technologically challenged gradates. This system was marked by four distinct stages: counseling, learning, practice, and team building. Together, they formed an “organic” process whereby the novice “grew” into masters in their field over a period of years.


Winprotech with its technical communication trainers have created excellent technical writers who are employed in reputed organization such as IBM, Oracel, Commit, Wipro, Honeywell, Capgemini, Quest, TCS, Nokia Siemens, Aditi, HP, Accenture, Prism, Manhattan and many others. On the other hand, some are working in United States of American and United Kingdom.

Our trainers with 6 – 8yrs of experience in the industry contribute towards your learning. An excellent classroom facility with lab for you to practice is another strength of Winprotech. Our determined placement team constantly works until you are placed in an organization.


With more than 6 to 8 years experience in Technical communication and Training, our trainers have developed numerous technical communication documents and successfully trained more than 900 technical writers.

Our trainers are passionate about writing, technology, and training. On the other hand, their knowledge over technical writing is just one of their numerous strengths. Their patience plays an important role in training students.

Their expertise in training tools such as Framemaker, Robohelp, SnagIt, MS Word, Dreamweaver, Photoshop, and Flash led to more than 90% successful placements.


Winprotech ensures your learning a pleasant experience.

At the time of inquiry our coordinator helps you learn more about our course structure, timings, placement options, scheduling appointments, and other pre-requisites. You are introduced to the lead trainer to understand your requirement and clarify your apprehensions.

The minute you enroll for the course you get to learn each detail through interactive class room setup. Outcome of a class room setup enables you to improve your communication and interpersonal skills that are quiet demanding in organizations.

Our testimonials speak a lot about our culture and methodology practiced at Winprotech. We walk that extra mile to keep every individual happy and proud of being part of Winprotech.


I have a work break of 5yrs; can I start my career as a technical writer?

Yes! You can start at anytime. Technical writing skills are niche. It requires skills that are not commonly found. With the help of our training program you can start your career as a technical writer.


Is it necessary for the technical writers to have technical background?

No! It is not necessary unless the subjects you are going to write about is highly technical in nature and require a long learning curve even to understand the basic concepts. In such cases, it is advantageous for you to have technical background, but not in the same sense as the engineers, the programmers, the developers, or the support staff.