Reports and proposals are written for a variety of purposes. A proposal will put forward a plan or a suggestion for consideration and a report will relay specific information about a certain event, but due to the official circumstances of these documents, it is useful to prepare them in an effective way.
Persuading a reader to take action is a positive sign of any effective report and in this course we will teach you the steps in the persuasion process, and what to add to your writing in order to convince your readers of taking the action you wish them to fulfil.
Whether you need to report on a product analysis, inventory, feasibility studies, or any other kind of staple of your organisation, report writing is a skill you will use again and again. This course will build on a solid base of writing skills to present information in formal, information, and proposal styles to give you an efficient method in preparing these documents.
KEY LEARNING POINTS
Prepare reports and proposals that inform, persuade, and provide information.
Review your work so that it is clear, concise, complete, and correct.
Apply these skills in real work application.
ADVANTAGES OF THIS COURSE
Break down the stages of writing a report or proposal to make it an easier process
Practical application so you can utilise your skills straight away
Implement your newfound skillset as soon as you finish the course
Recommended reading list to build on the skills you have gained with extracurricular resources