Date: ON REQUEST.
Technical report writing training is a necessity among many of today’s engineers, who seem not to be properly formed in this ‘art’. Unlike their arts and science counterparts, many engineers seem to be merely satisfied with field work, while failing to recognize that ‘your reports speak for you.’ This ‘four-in one’ course is a must for all categories of workers that are yet to start writing effective communicable technical reports and those who are not proficient in making presentations.
At the end of this course, delegates would have:
*Acquired the skill for writing good reports
*Ability to recognize and avoid common mistakes in language
*Ability to write reports and proposals in a logical manner
*Capability to prepare and use good Communication Skills
*Ability to prepare and deliver fluent and convincing oral presentations, using appropriate Learning/visual aids, and be able to diplomatically/prudently handle negative attitudes
*Introduction and General information
*Language and organization of Technical Reports
*Problems in Technical Reporting
*Presentation Skills: Purpose, Uses, and Need
*Steps Involved: Audience Research and Analysis
*Organizational tools, visual aids, helpful hints
*Report writing formats
*Topic, Author/Team list, Introduction, Objectives, Main Body, Conclusions, Recommendations, References, Reviews, References, Acronymn, Index etc.
*Scientific and Engineering Reports
*Evaluating Report inputs and outputs
*Communication Skills: Rapport, Active listening and Observation, Body Language, Empathy, Questioning and Recording/Reporting
*Techniques, Precision, Accuracy, Clarity, Readability, Formality, Simplicity, Readability
Faculty: Engr. Ubani Chikwendu and Ofili, M.I (OGBS)