Report Writing

Reporting is a way in which we communicate with one another. Written reports can be consulted at any stage and the true facts can be verified. Care must be taken that written reports conveys exactly what the writer intends to convey. This is complicated by the fact that the written word does not include non-verbal cues such as tone of voice or body gestures.

This training course aims to emphasize the basic principles of reporting writing and to improve the learners’ general report writing skills.

How you will benefit:

  •  Fully understand the purpose of a report
  • Composition of a good report
    • Occurrence Books
    • Incident Reports
    • Surveillance Review Notes
  •  Requirements of a Good Report
    • Accuracy
    • Completeness
    • Conciseness
    • Objectivity
    • Honesty