Report Writing

Aim/Intro

To supply the learners with the necessary knowledge and confidence, enabling them to conduct professional and accurate report writing in the work place. This workshop does not cover English language teaching at all but rather formal layout and formatting and the logical presentation of data. It is essential for all management as well as field staff and/or health and safety representatives that will have to present reports.

Aim/Intro

Introduction to Report Writing

What it is and how does it differ from letter writing?

Personality Types

Knowing WHY, WHO and WHAT

What is a Report?

How to Get Started

What Makes for Better Report Writing?

The Basics Explained
Outline
Key
Introduction
Discussion / Main Body
Conclusions / Abstract

Formatting

Appendices
Diagrams, Tables and Graphs
Bibliography

Editing and Proofreading

Getting the Right Tone
Writing in Plain English
Common Errors

US IDUnit Standard TitleNQF LevelCredits
242820Maintain records for a team34

Aim/Intro

Successful organisations have recognised the importance of good report writing enabling clear communications, clear requests and easy referencing. Report writing differs from business writing in that the grammatical style, general format and graphic presentation aspect plays a big role in ensuring clarity of reporting and enhances referencing capability.


US ID NQF Level Credits Description
2428203 4 Maintain records for a team

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The Staff Training workshop listed here is one which has been compiled for maximum organisational outcome, however, SETA alternatives are available

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