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Aim: To review the common elements and structures of reports written in a variety of contexts and understand what makes a report truly effective so that delegates can develop the skills needed for more impactful and effective writing.
By the end of the session you will be able to:
There is no compulsory pre-work for this course. However, if you are able to do so, you are invited to find up to two examples of reports written in different environments / for different reasons and consider what you think the objectives of the writers were – what were they trying to achieve? Then draw out:
We will use these findings in the workshop.
Joining instructions: will be sent to you by email 10 days prior to the workshop.
Evaluation: your comments are valuable and you will be asked to complete a form at the end of the workshop.
Please let us know asap (email firstname.lastname@example.org) if you are unable to attend as we can give your space to another participant.