Decisions can be made on the arguments and evidence presented in reports, so ensuring that they ‘make the case’ is vital.
People are generally ‘time poor’ nowadays and therefore a report needs to be formatted in such a way that the key arguments and direction are clear very early on, and the reader is inspired to turn the page!
This course addresses not only structuring a report but also elements of written communication.
What do delegates get out of it?
- Explore and define communication
- Appreciate that there are different types of report
- What am I trying to achieve with a report?
- How to organise and structure a report using twelve key elements
- How to use grammar correctly
- Be aware of the ‘Plain English’ approach
- Packaging the report correctly
What’s been said by those attending it:
‘A very informative course and knowledgeable tutor’.
‘A very informative and useful course’.
For your reference, please download a course outline here.