November 3, 2021 | 9:00am-3:30pm
Too often writing a technical report or documentation can feel like a time-draining burden! However, this is what the client sees and uses to judge the competence of its consultant.
A well-written document conveys competence and accomplishment to the reader and is an essential communication vehicle during a remediation project. Decisions regarding human health and the environment rely heavily on the environmental professional's ability to provide clear and concise written documentation and reports regarding health risks, as well as technical problems and their potential solutions to clients, regulators, peers, and other stakeholders.
The goal of this course is for attendees to enhance their written communication skills and obtain a framework by which they can craft grammatically correct, coherent, and persuasive documents.