Report Writing for Engineers and Managers

Overview

Written reports are an effective method of organising information and data into a form which makes them comprehensible and accessible. It is a method by which management is able to receive regular information, monitor progress and co-ordinate activities.

Technical reports become the basis for discussion, decision making, planning and possible future policy. Every report is a statement of a person?s professional competence.

This training programme focuses on the formal report required by a service delivery organisation and covers both the critical study and the writing of sections of reports.

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Length

1 day course.

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Facilitator

Chris Ryan

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Cost

$450 + GST per person

(Minimum numbers apply before a course is confirmed)

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Topics include

  • Interpreting the brief
  • Researching the data
  • Organising the data
  • Preparing the first draft
  • Editing the final draft
  • Discussing examples of written reports
  • Special features of technical reports
  • Reflecting on your, or your organisations reports
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On completion of this course participants will

Write a technical business report through knowledge of these processes:

  • Understanding the brief
  • Researching the information
  • Organising the information
  • Preparing the first draft
  • Preparing the final draft and executive summary
  • Special features of technical reports including tabulation, graphics and visual material and referencing
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Who should attend

Senior supervisors, engineers and managers who are required to write reports and other personnel who wish to upgrade their skills.

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