By the end of the program, participants will be able to:
- Research, plan and organize a cohesive and coherent report.
- Write an effective report covering its various stages and divisions.
- Reach the proper conclusions based on analysis of findings.
- Give strong recommendations based on the right conclusions.
- Illustrate reports with attractive visual aids.
This program is designed for:
Supervisors, managers, and staff who, as part of their work, need to write and present effective reports. This program is worth 25 NASBA CPEs.
Note: It is essential that participants have a good command of the English Language.
Locations & Dates:
15 - 19 Apr 2012
The Address Dubai Marina
15 - 19 Jul 2012
Meirc reserves the right to alter dates, content, venue and trainer with a reasonable notice time.
One extra free place for every 2 paid nominees
Delivery Type: Group-Live
Principles of Report Writing
- Definition of a Report
- Purpose of a Report
- Collecting Facts and Data
- Using the Right Sources to Collect Information
- The Difference between a Memo and a Report
- The Difference between a Letter and a Report
Planning and Organizing a Report
- 5 Stages in Report Writing
- The Preparing Stage
- The Researching Stage
- The Organizing Stage
- The Writing Stage
- The Revising Stage
- The Writing Building Blocks
Reaching Conclusions and Making Recommendations
- Analysis of Findings
- Conclusions Based on Analysis of Findings
- Recommendations to be Realistic
- The Different Sections of a Report
- Developing a Cohesive and a Coherent Report
Illustrating Reports with Visual Aids
- Graphs and Tables
- Preparing and Arranging Visual Aids
- The Role of Visual Aids in Making the Report More Understandable
- Choosing the Right Visuals for the Report
Analyzing Reader-Writer Relationship
- Structuring the Report to Make It More Understandable by the Reader
- Position of Reader
- Attitude of Reader Towards the Subject
- Attitude of Reader Towards the Writer
- Knowing and Understanding the Reader
The Writing Process
- The Subject of the Report
- The Purpose of the Report
- The Deadline of the Report
- The Target Audience of the Report
- The Information Sources of the Report
- The Structure of the Report