Report Writing

This online webinar will take place via Zoom.

AUA Member £45+VAT | Non-member £95+VAT

10.00 to 12.30

Monday, 6 December 2021

About this Event

Have you been asked to write a report at work, perhaps for the first time, but are not sure where to start? The idea of writing a report can be daunting – your head might be full of ideas, but what information should you include? What about the structure, writing style, how long should it be?

This online interactive workshop will provide you with the skills and knowledge you need to produce reports which are focused, impactful, relevant to the audience and most importantly, which achieve the desired outcome, whether that be awareness raising or informing effective decision-making.

Who is it for?

This workshop is relevant to those new to report writing and / or looking to improve their report writing skills.

Learning outcomes

By the end of this session, delegates will be able to:

1. Understand how to structure a report

2. Know how to tailor a report to the audience’s need

3. Understand the importance of context and the use of appropriate language

4. Be aware of issues around accessibility

Interested in becoming an AUA Member? Find out more and how to join here.

Details in brief

Location: Online via Zoom

Date: 6 December 2021

Time: 10:00 to 12.30

Fees: Member £45+VAT | Non-member £95+VAT

Speakers

Dr Martin Toner

University of Salford

Corporate Governance Officer

About Martin

Martin has over 25 years’ experience in the HE sector, working in a variety of roles during that time. He is currently Corporate Governance Officer in the Quality Enhancement Office of the University of Salford where his responsibilities include acting as secretary to the standing committees of Council. His current professional interests include disruptive learning models and the Lean/Six Sigma process improvement methodology.

Alison Jones

University of Salford

Deputy Director of Quality, Enhancement and Governance

Alison is currently Deputy Director of Quality, Enhancement and Governance at the University of Salford, with over 25 years’ experience of working in the HE sector undertaking a variety of roles at different institutions. She has spent the majority of her career working within “quality”, providing professional guidance and advice on all aspects of quality assurance and standards.

As a QAA Reviewer, she has undertaken a range of review methods, gaining experience of evaluating provision of different types of providers, both in the UK and internationally. Having been an active member of the AUA for about 20 years, she is currently working on her Fellowship application.

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