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Topic: Effective Report Writing
9:00am – 5:00pm
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Service: Welcome Drink, 2 Coffee Breaks & Lunch
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'Effective Report Writing' Training Workshop

‘Good decisions come from good reports’

This practical and interactive course provides a deep and thorough insight on the various aspects of both planning and writing professional reports. It is designed to assist managers, executives, and other staff members to adopt a systematic approach and produce clear, concise and effective reports.

It deals as well with the fundamental skills needed for planning, structuring, writing and checking such documents. It also presents the essential parts of the writing process and how to streamline the way a good report should be written that the reader is fully informed.

The material used provides a series of tools and techniques to ensure that the appropriate content is included and that the argument provided is logical and stimulates calls to action.

The hands-on case study running through the course is especially tailored out to put the skills acquired by the participants immediately into practice.

Learning Objectives
- Gain an understanding of the different reports’ languages, types and formats
- Acquire a systematic approach of the key considerations in drafting a report
- Structure the information to guide the reader logically through the text
- Adopt a ‘reader-friendly’ style that creates understanding and maintains interest
- Write persuasively using the relevant information for better results and outcomes

Learning Benefits
By the end of the training, participants will be able to:
- Build a logical structure to help communicate ideas clearly and succinctly
- Have an improved understanding of the language of reports
- To arrange, organize and present informative and useful reports

Who Should Attend
- Professionals in charge of writing reports for external or internal audience
- Technical experts and researchers who are required to write reports
- Project Managers involved in report writing


09:00 – 09:30 Welcome Drink
09:30 – 11:00 Session 1: Introduction
11:00 – 11:30 Coffee Break
11:30 – 13:00 Session 2: Structure & Process
13:00 – 14:00 Lunch
14:00 – 15:15 Session 3: Case Study
15:15 – 15:45 Coffee Break
15:45 – 17:00 Session 4: Simulation & Mistakes

Session 1: Introduction
- What is?
- Purpose
- Aim
- Forms
- Task Analysis
- Audience
- What does it include
- The ABC characteristics
- Categories
- Between Report and Essay

Session 2: Structure & Process
- The 12 Sections
o Title page
o Table of Contents
o Executive Summary / Abstract
o Introduction
o Methodology
o Results / Findings
o Discussion
o Conclusions
o Recommendations
o Glossary
o References
o Appendix

Session 3: Case Study

Session 4: Simulation and Common Mistakes

Cancellation Policy:
$120 After April 14
$240 After April 21

Trainer: Amin Nehme
Mr. Nehme is the Founder and President of the Lebanese Development Network (LDN) which provides capacity building skills to both the non-profit and the corporate sectors. He studied at the American University of Beirut (AUB), the Lebanese-American University (LAU) and Notre Dame University (NDU), and successfully completed a professional development program in leadership, "The Strategic Leadership Simulation – Mobilizing People and Organizations." He served respectively as a Consultant, a Program Developer and a Project Manager for various local, regional and international organizations. Recognized as a "Social Entrepreneur," Mr. Nehme’s effective proficiency in communication, marketing and fundraising has helped him secure significant funds for relief, development and educational programs. With his extensive background in consulting, Mr. Nehme provides his services to several prominent U.S., European and Arab institutions. He is a lecturer, trainer and coach on topics related to Leadership Development, Fundraising, Organizational Strategies, Social Marketing and Communication. In 2017, Mr. Nehme joined the ‘Global Thinkers Forum’ (UK) for their international mentorship program.

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