Effective Report Writing for Fraud Examiners
Whether working with a client or as part of an internal investigation, communicating your findings is an important part of the fraud examination process. A written report provides a record of the investigation’s results and can build credibility for your work.
Attend this seminar and learn to write an effective report, explore the fundamentals of good report writing and learn to communicate the results of your investigation clearly and effectively.
You Will Learn How To:
Assess your audience and plan your report
Organize your report content to maximize readability
Incorporate visual aids to illustrate key points
Identify and address relevant legal issues in report writing
Write effective expert-witness reports
Avoid common mistakes when preparing reports
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