What’s it about?
This report-writing course is for anyone in business who wants to produce reports that impress, convince or persuade their colleagues or clients. All reports, whatever their purpose, need to be well-researched, well-organised and well-written. The reader needs to be able to find the information that interests them, and quickly absorb the crucial points.
Who should attend?
Anyone who has to produce reports for their business or for clients, whether reports to the board, to management, or to anyone else. You might be trying to persuade the company to take action, or you might want to communicate the results of some research. The course will help you to improve your writing skills by enabling you to:
- plan your work effectively, considering the audience
- use clear and persuasive language
- produce a report that looks good on the page and is easy to read
What does it cover?
- Aim and audience
- Planning your report:
- A four-stage approach
- The pyramid style of writing
- A template for an effective report
- Six techniques for persuasive report writing
The course can work particularly well if you’re producing a real report. We’re also happy to review your reports, or to edit them for plain language at short notice if need be. We’ve produced templates for some organisations to use after the session.
What do others say about the course?
“Entertaining, informative and knowledgeable” (Slater & Gordon)
“Very enjoyable session. Interactive activities were good.” (Mayer Brown)
“Very clear and engaging. Very good presenter” (Mayer Brown)