HOW TO WRITE REPORTS

Effective Report-Writing

This workshop guides you through practical techniques to efficiently produce clear, well-organised, and professional reports.

Aces Learning Hub How To Write Reports

HOW TO WRITE REPORTS THAT ARE ORGANISED AND PROFESSIONAL?

Writing effectively is a critical business skill that contributes to your success on the job. This workshop guides you through practical techniques to efficiently produce clear, well-organised, and professional reports. This workshop grounds your foundation with effective business writing principles for any form of writing in the business context.

Upcoming courses

11 Jun 2024

9 am to 5 pm

Face to face

SGD 550 / pax

SGD 750

1 Aug 2024

9 am to 5 pm

Face to face

SGD 550 / pax

SGD 750

15 Oct 2024

9 am to 5 pm

Face to face

SGD 550 / pax

SGD 750

LEARN HOW TO WRITE REPORTS

Writing effectively is a critical business skill that contributes to your success on the job. This workshop guides you through practical techniques to efficiently produce clear, well-organised, and professional reports. This workshop grounds your foundation with effective business writing principles for any form of writing in the business context.

Through discussions, exercises and hands-on activities, you will learn how to plan, write and edit your reports before sending them to your boss/es. You will write case studies and receive feedback from ACES Business English Coach on your strengths and areas to improve.

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN IN “EFFECTIVE REPORT-WRITING”:

Participants will achieve the following outcomes:

Structuring your sentences for prompt understanding by readers

Business actions speak louder in verbs

  • Verbs vs nouns.
  • Link action to subject.
  • Sentence openers.

Grammar in Reports

  • Fundamental ones relating to report.

Paragraphing and Sequencing Information

Different Report Formats for Different Purposes

  • Persuasive.
  • Comparison of data.
  • Problem-solving.
  • Functional.
  • Geographical.
  • Chronological.

Different Report for Different Audience

Less is More

  • common mistakes made in long sentences.
  • redundant words commonly used in our reports.

Editing own documents 

Bring home a memory jogger (report-writing edit checklist) to guide you to edit your writings more efficiently and quickly.

You will have numerous case studies to apply what you have learnt and instructor will review your responses and give you feedback to improve further in how to write reports.

YOUR FACILITATOR FOR THIS COURSE

Nancy Yeo

Nancy was certified in St Charles, Illinois, USA, to design and deliver interpersonal skill coures. She was also certified in London, UK, to run experiential learning and learn innovative pedagogical methods.  Nancy was accredited [...]

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CLIENT TESTIMONIALS

Trainer is very engaging, demonstrates knowledge well in subject matter and good pace.

Correct format of report writing. Identify tangible words as sentence opener.

Mahanom Binte Ahm / Senior Executive, National University of Singapore

She is engaging and captures my attention throughout the whole session. She explains her points and ideas across very succinctly. She uses her expertise and knowledge will in helping us learn.

Health Sciences Authority

Instructor has demonstrated clear understanding pf requirement of report writing, email crafting and command of English (grammar). Instructor waste no time during lesson and maximised every opportunity to teach. Instructor took extra effort to address concerns out of lesson scope.

National University Hospital
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