I've been working as a web developer for companies since the age of 15. Due to this amount of work experience at my age people expect you to know quite a lot about internal processes and how thing should be done (e.g. document-wise). I haven't done any higher education which really explain these processes and at my previous employers I wasn't involved in such processes and thus have no experience. As of the 10th of December I started working for a new employer and one of the things which is very different than I'm used to is that they actually document everything well and make plans/documents for a lot of things (which is good!). Obviously this means the same is expected of the work I deliver. Of course I have made documents before, but never really of good quality and usually not well enough for business documents. I often miss out important details and due to lack of experience I often fail to have a correct structure or manner of writing.
I've also never made any diagrams in my life and now they're asking me to make diagrams in my documents to explain certain complicated sections. Of course I can make basic diagrams, but obviously there's more to it than just a few boxes and some arrows. Due to the fact that I've had no lessons in diagrams or no prior experience I find it difficult to make a proper one.
Because of the lack of experience or lessons on doing those subjects properly I often get asked to work on (certain sections of) my document some more and what they were expecting to see or would like to see. I hope to be able to work on those skills this way (because I know I won't be following lessons on those subjects anywhere in the near future) and that they'll accept the fact that I have trouble making them in a correct manner as of now. I'm going to do my best to provide what they need.