Report Writing


This course is suitable for anyone who writes reports as part of their role. It aims to help you write reports that are clear and well-structured, written with the readers in mind and give the necessary information.


This course will help you to:

  • Describe the structured process of planning and writing a report
  • Consider the readers’ perspective
  • Identify key points to communicate
  • Explain how to structure reports using headings and sub-headings
  • Identify persuasive arguments and explain them clearly
  • Explain how to make reports easy to read
  • Demonstrate writing a clear summary

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Future Ready


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Future Open


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