In this short-focussed course, we will examine the idea of the pyramid of content; learning how to classify material gathered for a report into three distinct categories and how to incorporate material from all categories for maximum effect. Participants will also begin to understand that while certain information may be interesting or useful, it may have no place in the report.
We will rely on the client’s writing samples to explain and show how to construct the pyramid.
We will also use writing samples to work the selected material together, so that the vital information is always where the reader can find it easily.
Together, these learnings will create smart, readable content. They will also help writers to become more efficient and save time, while team writers can work in a more focussed, collegiate manner.
- How to prioritise information required for a report
- How to classify information and or findings in a report as Background, Optional and Vital
- Hw to combine information to create smart, useful content for the audience
Who should attend?
- Report writers with 2/3 years’ experience
- A team of report writers currently in the process of writing a report