All organisations need to convey a professional image in every way to stay ahead of the
competition. It is paramount that all pieces of written documentation are faultless. As your
professional reputation can be enhanced or ruined by your correspondence, it is essential that the
style, content and message is concise, correct and appropriate.
Reports must contain vital information that recommends action or allows the reader to make
necessary decisions based on the information provided. When your report reaches a busy manager's
desk, your are competing with many other pieces of documentation and responsibilities that tie up
the manager's time and attention. Reports, therefore, need to be inviting and persuasive to allow
your reader to read the report through to the end.
What are the best ways to produce effective letters and reports? This course is designed to lead
to practical skills to enable delegates to be both competent and confident in their written
communication. Our courses allow all staff to benefit from enhanced writing skills. The types of
delegate we have trained previously are:
Directors and senior managers
Sales and fundraising staff
Local government employees
Managers, department heads, team leaders and supervisors
This part of the course teaches the delegates the skills to :
prepare the report
design for success
decide what to say
review and publish the report
Techniques for perfect report writing
Report writing exercises
Course close and paperwork
Our training is carried out in a risk free environment which encourages delegates to practice the
skills needed for successful appraisals. We use a number of training methods including role-play,
video, audio, workshops and group exercises to enhance the learning process.
If you need training for 3 or more people, you should ask us about onsite training. Putting
aside the obvious location benefit, content can be customised to better meet your
business objectives and more can be covered than in a public classroom. It's a cost effective option.
Submit an enquiry from any page on this site, and let us know you are interested in the requirements box, or
simply mention it when we contact you.