• Technical Report Writing – Soft Skills Workshop Series

  • SCSI Education

  • 26/02/2021 09:30

  • 26/02/2021 13:00

  • Live Online Workshop, ,

  • Education Team

  • Are you currently enrolled on the APC ?

    Did you know that our Spring 2021 Soft Skills training programme ties directly into your APC by covering many of the mandatory competencies?

    Technical reports are a vital tool for all of us to communicate in business, and a fundamental part of a surveyor’s job.

    Are you interested in improving your report writing and communication knowledge and skills, and fulfilling part of your Communication and Negotiating mandatory competency?

    Then why not have a look at our upcoming Technical Report Writing workshop with Sonya Meekel this February.

     

    In this half day workshop, delivered by Sonya Meekel, you will be introduced to technical report writing and teaches the techniques you need to construct well-written reports.

    You will be shown how to improve your technical report writing so that you engage readers, clearly communicate your area of expertise and reduce the time needed to produce technical documents

     

    What will the course cover?

    • The importance of reports for communicating information
    • Compiling a report
    • Language and tailoring for the correct audience
    • Interpreting and evaluating data
    • Writing clear and concise sentences
    • Writing letters or other formal documents
    • The etiquette of written communication in emails, letters and reports
    • Common formats for reports
    • Presentation of figures and data using spreadsheets, graphs and charts
    • Compiling minutes of meetings

     

    Sonya Meekel MBA, MSc, M.A, P.G Dip.Proj Man, P.G Dip Ed, BSc Eng  C.Eng, M.I.E.I.,

    Sonya has over 20 years’ experience in the Construction Industry, and is currently a lecturer in TU Dublin.  She has previously worked as a Design Build Consultant Engineer, and a Project Manager. Sonya graduated from DIT with an honours degree in Structural Engineering, and has since continued her studies extensively, having recently completed a MBA with TU Dublin.

     

    The delivery of graduates to the Construction Industry prepared for the competitive world is an area of great passion for Sonya. The most recent research from her MBA was the Strategic Imperatives of Soft Skill Training and Development, which she has embedded into her role as Work Placement Coordinator for the Construction Management Programme within TU Dublin.  A passion for Sonya is ensuring that graduates entering the construction industry are fully prepared for its competitive and challenging environment.

     

    Sonya has a strong commitment to research and scholarly activity.  She lectures in Construction Management at TU Dublin, College of Engineering and Built Environment, where she specialises in People Management, Soft Skill Development and Health and Safety.

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  • 01 6445500

  • education@scsi.ie

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