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To provide an overview of key practices and techniques for composing professional reports and developing your personal style.
- Different types of reports
- Stages in report writing
- The report purpose and audience
- Planning your report
- Collecting information
- Organising information
- Structuring your report
- Style of writing
- Redrafting and checking
- Writing for Members
- Effective writing techniques
Pre-Attendance Activity - Familiarise yourself with your organisational house style' bring examples of reports you have written to the training event
All Staff who write reports
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The Plain English Campaign group offer a number of free guides and information which can be found here http://www.plainenglish.co.uk/free-guides.html More useful information is available on the businessballs website