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Institute of Forensics and ICT Security

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29 Mar 2019


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Investigative Report Writing

Communicating your findings is an important part of the fraud examination process. Whether working with a client or as part of an internal investigation A written report provides a record of the investigation’s results and builds credibility for your work.

For most people, the hardest part of report writing is getting started. In this course, you’re going to learn how to shave hours, days or even weeks off the report writing process through intelligent planning. You’ll learn what questions to ask so you’re not reinventing the wheel when you sit down to write your report. 
But best of all, you’ll discover a miraculous technique that will completely revolutionize how you go about structuring your reports. We developed this technique while working with a client who had been tearing his hair out at that early shaping stage. With our help, in under five minutes he went from having no clue about how to order his report to imposing a clear, coherent, logical structure on his ideas. We’ve since gone on to share this technique with other report writers and trust me they’re always blown away by its power and simplicity. We can’t wait to share this technique with you – and you’ll be glad we did!

In line with this, The Institute of Forensics and ICT Security cordially invites you and your team to attend the Investigative Report Writing training.

Where: Institute of Forensics and ICT Security located on 4th floor Ntinda complex, Plot 33, Ntinda road (Opp. St. Luke Church).

Fee:    US$ 200 per person

You will be required to also pay $10 and this fee will get you buffet, refreshments like water and sodas, fruits and tea if needed for the day you will be training with us. Note that you can choose not to pay this fee and you will not have the above.

What you will learn

  1. Assess your audience and plan your report
  2. Organize your report content to maximize readability
  3. Incorporate visual aids to illustrate key points
  4. Identify and address relevant legal issues in report writing
  5. Write effective expert-witness reports
  6. Avoid common mistakes when preparing reports

Click Here to download the course brochure.

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