Instructor Led Virtual Training
Documenting investigations training provides the theory and specific skills used to create effective investigation reports.
DOCUMENTING INVESTIGATIONS OVERVIEW:
This course enables participants to effectively plan the investigation report and document investigations. The focus is on the documentation created to support investigation activities, rather than the investigation process and skills.
The Technical Writing Principles course is a pre-requisite to this course. Technical Writing Principles establishes the foundation for learning objectives in documenting investigations.
*A laptop (PC or Mac) is required for all Technical Writing training courses. Participants are required to have/bring a laptop computer equipped with Microsoft Word as well as an electronic copy of a working document.
LEARNING OBJECTIVES FOR DOCUMENTING INVESTIGATIONS TRAINING:
- The Documenting Investigations course covers these learning objectives:
- Clarify principles and expectations for technical writing
- Apply technical writing principles to investigation reports.
- Identify the four main elements to investigation reporting
- Demonstrate proficiency by successfully completing participant writing exercises
- Organize investigation reports and plan the sections needed.
Benefits from attending our Documenting Investigations include:
- Decrease the number of revision required
- Create Inspection Ready Investigation Documents
- Align document expectations across the organization
- Utilize readability statistics to guide both writers and reviewers
DOCUMENTING INVESTIGATIONS TRAINING ATTENDEES
Attendees can include anyone who authors, or reviews investigation documents.
Documenting Investigations 1/2 day training is worth .4 credits.
Combined with the prerequisite Technical Writing Principles, attendees will receive a total of 1.2 credits.
PathWise is accredited by the International Association for Continuing Education and Training (IACET). PathWise complies with the ANSI/IACET Standard, which is recognized internationally as a standard of excellence in instructional practices. As a result of this accreditation, PathWise is accredited to issue the IACET CEU.
We understand that training is essential to achieve and maintain a compliant, effective and efficient quality system. As a result, 90% of our courses are taught on-site at our client’s locations or virtually with an internal organizational team. For individuals and organizations in need of training but unable to make an on-site training commitment, we offer many of our courses as events at a variety of locations across the globe.
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Read what our customers have to say about Technical Writing training!
This course was one of the best, if not THE best, that I have participated in. I have been using the skills that I learned and truly believe that they make a difference.
The big picture came at the end of day one when [the trainer] stated we would have a revelation. Using the functionality of MS Word and proofing, I was able to view the condition of my documents… Let’s just say that my documents were not in as good of shape as I originally thought!
The hands on training for technical writing was beneficial. This gave me an opportunity to actually work on our documents which we are using/revising on a daily basis. This helped me understand where and when to use those skills learned in this course.