PUBLIC SECTOR REPORT WRITING SKILLS
Face to face or Virtual
Anyone required to compose written reports internally and externally
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Create more compelling and relevant reports for the Public Sector
Report writing should be structured and easy for the audience to grasp. Through theory and a series of practical exercises, this workshop provides the tools and techniques to compose reports more effectively, efficiently and utilising templates and protocols of your Agency.
This workshop provides participants with the knowledge and skills to craft compelling and professional reports. Tailored to specific Agency templates, this training is delivered by an experienced facilitator with an extensive Public Sector background.
Upon completion of this workshop, participants will be able to:
- Understand the fundamentals of Plain English - writing with clarity, concisely and with impact to convey key messages
- Recognise the importance of Report Structure - effective use appropriate formats, templates and writing protocols
- Understand the difference between formal and informal reports
- Plan their report - understanding purpose and audience, structure and style
- Identify and develop relevant content
- Analyse and make recommendations
- Write in a clear and logical layout to minimise any frustration or misunderstanding by the reader
- Understand the value of transparency and informative writing
- Recognise and use business tone standards to match your organisation
- Present visual data effectively
- Write effectively to deliver bad news
- Edit and proofread
COMMUNICATE INFORMATION CLEARLY AND WITH IMPACT
Cut through with a concise and relevant report to ensure information is received and understood with clarity.
NSW CAPABILITY FRAMEWORK ALIGNMENT
- Personal Attributes
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An easy to follow workshop that will really help with my writing.
Department of Communities and Justice