Technical reports are more than the sum of the data they contain. They are tools for discussion, debating and decision making. They allow business leaders to assess situations and challenges they are not immediately involved in. Thus how these reports are understood becomes as, if not more, important than their content.
This means technical report authors need skills in writing for their key audiences, grabbing their attention, explaining complex terminology clearly and concisely, linking alternatives to outcomes and benefits, and issuing explicit calls to action.
This EuroMaTech Improving Technical Report Writing online training course provides technical subject experts with the opportunity to develop their interpersonal writing skills. The online training course focuses on the report writing competencies that ensure reports are relevant to their key audiences, read, understood and acted upon for the benefit of business decision making.
Participants will be able to:
- Present factual and complex information accurately, clearly and concisely in Business English
- Structure written English content so it achieves the results they want
- Write reports that are read, understood and acted on by their target audiences