The difference between good written work and bad is often the difference between achieving an objective and failing. It can be the difference between impressing readers and disappointing them. A report may contain all the relevant facts, but presentation, in terms of structure, layout and language, is often the clinching factor. Get that right, and the report stands a fair chance of success, get it wrong and it’s likely to end up in the ‘circular file’.
This one day course is highly interactive enabling attendees to immediately apply what they have learnt.