Communication and Information Gathering, Analysis and Report Writing

HRODC Postgraduate Training Institute
En Milan, Italy (Italia), Cairo, Egypt (Egipto), Central London (Inglaterra) y 2 sedes más

más de 9000€

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  • Curso
  • En 5 sedes
  • Duración:
    3 Months
  • Cuándo:
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Descripción

Limited Objectives: By the end of the specified Learning and development activities, delegates will be able to: Demonstrate their ability to spell unusual words. Demonstrate their Mastery of the English 'Peculiars'. Identify words with silent consonants, reflecting this factor in their spelling. Demonstrate their ability to identify words with silent consonants, reflecting this factor in their spelling.
Suitable for: Linguists. English Majors. English Lecturers. English Interpreters. Those who need English proficiency

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Requisitos: Degree or Work Experience

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Dónde se imparte y en qué fechas

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Cairo, Egypt
Champolion Street, 12421, Egypt, Egipto
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Central London
Carburton Street, W1W 5EE, London, Inglaterra
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Dubai, Uae
Al Muraqqabat Street, Diera, 82999, Dubai, Emiratos Árabes Unidos
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Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Jalan Ampang Hilir, 68, Malaysia, Malasia
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Milan, Italy
Via Washington, 66 Milan, 20146, Milano, Italia
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¿Qué aprendes en este curso?

Report Writing
Powerpoint
Presentation
IT
English
Collecting
Writing
Communication Training
Ms PowerPoint

Temario

The short content of the course:

- Spelling Unusual Words
- Vowels and Consonants;
- The Silent Vowels;
- The Peculiars;
- Speech Organisation –
- Nouns –
- Common nouns,
- Proper nouns,
- ‘Noun in a position’,
- Countables,
- Uncountables;
- Pronouns –
- Types of Pronouns
- Relative pronoun
- Personal pronoun
- Indefinite pronoun
- Demonstrative pronoun
- Reflexive pronoun
- Interrogative pronoun
- Verbs –
- Transitive And Intransitive Verbs;
- Adjectives;
- Adverbs;
- Prepositions;
- Exclamations Or Interjections
- Conjunction
- Gerunds
- The superlatives
- Using Tense appropriately –
- Present Tense;
- Past Tense;
- Simple Present Tense
- Present Perfect Tense;
- Pluperfect or Past Perfect Tense;
- Future tense;
- Fundamentals of Reported Speech
- Subjects and Objects
- Relating number of verb to number of subject or object
- Clauses
- Main clauses
- Subsidiary clauses
- Types of clauses –
- Defining clauses
- Non-defining clauses
- Noun clauses
- Adjectival clauses
- Adverbial clauses
- Levels of Learning –
- Simple Recall;
- Comprehension or Analysis;
- Application;
- Problem-Solving;
- Synthesis Sources of Information
- Secondary Sources of Information
- Primary Sources of Information
- Combining Primary and Secondary Sources of Information
- Selecting appropriate background information
- Choosing The Methodology for collecting information
- Qualitative Approaches to collecting information
- Quantitative Approaches to collecting information
- Combining or ‘Triangulating’ The Methods of collecting information
- Data gathering Techniques
- Surveys
- Participant Observation
- Conversation Analysis
- Documentary Analysis
- Focus Groups
- Interviews
- Questionnaires
- Structuring interview and questionnaire items
- Closed-ended questions
- Open-ended questions
- Non-forced-choice closed ended questions
- Sampling As An Important Element of gathering information
- The Sampling Frame
- Sampling Techniques
- Convenience Or Non-random Samples
- Quota Sample
- Systematic Sample
- Probability Or Random Samples
- Simple Random Sample
- Stratified Sampling
- Multi-stage Sampling
- Interview Or Questionnaire?
- Using Unstructured Questions
- Using Open-ended Questions
- Designing Closed-ended Questions
- Avoiding Forced-choice
- Data Analysis
- Instruments of Analysis
- Using a ‘Tally System’
- Using SPSS Package – Licensing permitting
- Using Excel Package
- Data Interpretation
- Making Sense of The Information gathered and analysed
- Identifying ‘Trends’ & ‘Patterns’ in Information
- Arriving At Conclusions
- Reporting The Findings
- Reporting Styles
- Using The Evidence available
- Choosing reporting style to match the type of report or information being presented
- Generating Graphs & Charts From Tables
- Using Microsoft Excel to create graphs and charts
- Monitoring & Continuous Evaluation
- The Interim Reports
- The final Report
- Formal Reports
- The Abstract
- Establishing The Terms of reference
- The Executive Summary
- Choosing prefacing summaries
- The Introduction
- The Background
- Styles of Report Writing;
- Using Visual presentation to enhance the effectiveness of reports
- Using evidence from information gathered to support claims made in reports
- Preparing For The presentation
- Electronic Presentations
- The Presentation
- The Introduction To Your Presentation
- Avoiding Stage-fright
- Eye Contact, Posture & Other Forms Of Body Language
- Verbal Communication –
- Written Communication
- Oral communication
- audibility, Intonation, Etc.
- Improving The Relevance Of Information presented
- Addressing Questions
- Designing PowerPoint Presentations
- Choosing PowerPoint Background
- Using PowerPoint Templates
- Using sound and animation, appropriately
- Adding automatic run
- Timing the presentation for automatic run
- Enhancing presentations with ‘Dim’ effect.
- Choosing the appropriate ‘Dim effect’
- Preparing for the meeting
- Preparing to Take the minutes;
- The significance of minutes;
- Minutes as a record of events;
- Meetings in a historical perspective;
- Techniques of minute-taking;
- Recording styles;
- Preparation and Presentation of minutes;
- The verbatim – when is it appropriate;
- Taking note of motions;
- Taking note of result of motions;
- Noting Action Points;
- Noting assigners and assignees of action;
- Noting timescales and deadlines;
- Recording amendments to minutes; Seeking clarification
- Mind-mapping as a minute-taking technique
- The notice of meetings;
- The agenda items
- Following the agenda;
- Dealing with conflicting members;
- Seeking consensus
- Gatekeeping –
- Bringing in the timid;
- Silencing the over-eloquent
- Keeping meeting duration within the specified time

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Payment options: Payments need to be made two weeks prior to course start.