Oak Innovation: Technical Report Writing Skills Training Course Material


Oak Innovation’s technical report writing training course material can be easily delivered across virtual classrooms, webinars as well as traditional classroom settings. Just add your logo and brand the content as your own.

What you’ll get:

  • 68-page facilitator manual
  • 48-page participant manual
  • 76 Powerpoint slides
  • Practical exercises
  • Reading list
  • Course evaluation form
  • Course action plan
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How to deliver a training course on technical report writing skills

This technical report writing skills training course is designed to meet the challenges faced by general operatives and line-managers who need to write technical reports as part of their duties.

This course also overcomes some practical challenges of getting past any jargon. We encourage you to use the content provided to explore the obstacles to effective technical report writing skills and so much more.

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What you’ll get

  • 68-page facilitator manual
  • 48-page participant manual
  • 76 powerpoint slides
  • Practical exercises
  • Further reading
  • Course evaluation form
  • Action plan

Learning objectives

At the end of this training course your participants will be able to:

– Identify obstacles to effective technical report writing

– Understand reports

– Understand a range of tools and techniques

– Use these techniques to build an effective process

– Explain the benefits of effective report writing

Course outline

In an effort to provide you with as much value as possible, we’re going to show you how to deliver the key sections of this training course.

Technical reports – While the benefits of writing technical reports are apparent, it can seem like only a minority of employees will be able to deliver a professional document with sufficient clarity. This is something we frequently hear from clients with project management training needs.

One of the first ways to improve the value for your audience is to use the content to examine total quality management and regulatory information. Then, explore common problems that can happen while writing technical reports.

Preparing to write – Keep in mind that, like most forms of skill development, that it will take some time for your audience to get used to writing technical reports. While that might be hard for some of your audience to hear, their expectations must be realistic.

Use the content to share that when preparing to write a report the following essential elements must be taken into account:

  • Layout
  • Information sequencing
  • Illustrations
  • Simplicity of expression

Structuring the report – Your audience needs to think about how they will be crafting their reports.

For best results, make sure these materials resonate with your audience. We suggest that you include a company or industry-specific content based on what you know about your audience. If your audience can relate to your content, they’ll participate, and will engage more in sessions

Use the content to instruct your audience on areas like layout, style, and tone guidelines. These aspects form part of every excellently produced technical report.

Writing and editing the report – One of the most critical skills is around the actual writing and editing of the report.

The vast amount of your audience will know how challenging this aspect can be.

Use the content, to share insights on they can create their reports.

Regardless of what industry you are delivering these training in, you must include references to your personal experiences with report writing. The most significant opportunity to build on their learning will come from the quality of your interactions with them. Don’t be afraid to share these experiences.

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How to answer common questions

What are the main reasons we use technical reports?

The main reasons for using technical reports are:

  • Detailing activities and results associated with investigating a customer complaint
  • Proving that a particular process or product has been validated and meets specifications
  • Providing reference material as part of a development project

What are the main characteristics that make technical reports valuable?

The main characteristics that will make a technical report of value are:

  • Based on fact
  • Accessible
  • Accurate
  • Complete
  • Compiled by competent people

What are the five quality levels associated with a technical report writing process?

The five quality levels are:

  • Level 4: Managed and Sustainable - A robust process is in place and managed
  • Level 3: Organized and Repeatable - A sound process is in place and is being refined - training is on-going
  • Level 2: Rudimentary - A process is taking place but not always enforced
  • Level 1: Ad Hoc - Little or no coordination of technical report writing
  • Level 0: Oblivious - Technical reports are written by whoever has time

What are the most common problems associated with technical reports?

The most common problems with technical reports are:

  • Too long
  • Too short
  • Too much detail
  • Not enough detail
  • Poor presentation
  • Incomplete
  • Not required
  • Poorly structured
  • Inconsistent
  • Poorly written

What is the LEAVES criteria for assessing a report?

The LEAVES criteria for assessing a report are:

  • Logical
  • Easy to use
  • Accurate information
  • Value to the reader
  • Efficient use of language
  • Standardized style

What is the ABC guideline for technical reports?

All technical reports should be:

  • Accurate - it is factual and objective
  • Brief - it is short without leaving anything out
  • Clear - it is understandable, complete, and to the point

What are the main acronyms used within technical reports?

Below are some of the main acronyms used within technical reports.

  • QC - Quality Control
  • IT - Information Technology
  • HR - Human resources
  • QA - Quality Assurance
  • ASAP - As soon as possible
  • IPC - In process checks
  • ppm - Parts per million

Can I edit the content and add my company logo?

Yes. You can now add your logo and customize the course content freely using Microsoft Word and Powerpoint. You can also deliver the course materials where, when, and as often as needed.

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