OCEAN CENTER, PLOT 1018, CADASTRALZONE B18 OFF OLADIPO DIYA WAY, GUDU DISTRICT, ABUJA
- Classroom Courses
COURSE DESCRIPTION: Participants will learn to analyze and interpret technical information and to communicate effectively and efficiently in writing using the vocabulary of the business and technical worlds.
Writing technical projects or operations will include a variety of business and technical applications and report writing. Conducting research, analyzing various writings, writing correspondence and instructions, preparing an oral briefing and engaging in group projects will promote critical thinking and teamwork. This course will help participants to develop the skills necessary to gather, present, and interpret data for various types of technical reports. Emphasis will be placed upon clear, concise, coherent writing and on the various characteristic formats for technical letters, as well as a formal report. Various types of documents typical of technical writing will be introduced, and the participant will “practice” each one.
Technical Writing is a research report writing course intended for Participants seeking professions in business, scientific, professional fields. In this course we will be examining the characteristics of business writing, with emphasis on the practical communication skills involved as well as the elements of style and format. We will also focus on the development of research and organization techniques, and will practice these in the development of a Formal Research Report. The class will consist of discussion, lecture and group workshops.
The class has three central components: the study and practice of various types of business writing and correspondence; an introduction to research resources and methods in serious, formal inquiry; and practice on successfully focusing, researching, and organizing a thoughtful and effective formal report. All assignments are connected to these objectives.
LEARNING OBJECTIVES: The general objective of this course is to teach the Participants to communicate effectively in technical situations through various methods of written communications. Participants will be introduced to documents characteristic of a professional technical writer’s job.
The participant will become familiar with typical reporting activities in industry and the purpose served by various types of reports and letters, which he/she might write or read. Participants are encouraged to pursue applications in their fields.
COURSE HIGHLIGHT INCLUDES;
Introduction to Technical Reporting
Strategic Stakeholders Management for effective reporting
Understanding Technical Reporting methodologies
Integrated Technical Reporting development and Management using corporate based S.W.O.T Analysis and Project based S.W.O.T Analysis
Reporting performance and diagnosing failure in the system
Root cause analysis
Management Finance reporting analysis
Operational Finance reporting analysis
Developing Technical Service Level Agreement
Life Cycle Analysis Technical report control
System and Sub-systems reporting
Schematic Diagram analysis
Checklist conversion methodology
Forecasting development and technical
Time Series Reporting
FCI Systems Reporting
Finance within the Organization
The makeup of the finance function
Where does money come from?
Where does it go?
Accounting for Business
The three key questions
• How are we doing?
• How did we do?
• What are we going to do?
• Financial Accounting and Management Accounting – the differences
The key elements of published reports and accounts.
Types of assets
Types of Liabilities
Profit and Loss
Types of Costs
Levels of Profit
Revenue and Costs
Relationship between revenue and costs
Marginal Costs and Marginal Revenue
Law of diminishing returns
Types of ratios
Reasons for budgeting
Types of budgets
Human side of budgeting
Tips for successful budgeting
The Cost of Capital and Capital Investment Appraisal
Defining the cost of capital
Weighted Average Cost of Capital (WACC)
Capital Asset Pricing Model (CAPM)
The capital investment process
Capital Investment appraisal
Accounting Rate of Return
Net Present Value (NPV)
Internal Rate of Return (IRR)
Strategic technical report Management
Tactical/Department report Management
Operational report Management
Procurement recommendation of detected system failure
Improvement throughout the lifecycle of the system
Technical Forensic reporting and Audit Management
Investigative report writing
Practical: This course is heavy on reality and light on theory. Our trainers will introduce the concepts clearly, and then focus on real-world skills that connect the big picture to your job. Courses are updated regularly and trainers are active in the industry so your knowledge will be fresh and relevant.
Active: Training consists of concise briefings on best practice, backed up by interactive learning activities like workshops, role-plays, case study analysis, coaching, brainstorms and structured group discussions. You will not sit passively through long lectures.
Stimulating: This course is interesting, intellectually stimulating and delivered in a relaxed and professional style.
Inspiring: All REMOIK Pinnacle trainers are hands-on communication professionals with years of experience. We don’t employ academic teachers – we insist on good-humored enthusiasts who will inspire your creativity.
3 (three) days
• Individual and group exercises
• Case studies/ Activities
• Post- Course Assessments/Pre-Course Assessments
• Games and educational competitions/Professional videos & Audio presentations
- December 9, 2017 @ 10:00AM - 4:00PM
Remoik Nig Ltd