The National Archives organizes a training course to hone skills in writing reports and correspondence and improve performance.>
The National Archives organizes a training course to hone skills in writing reports and correspondence and improve performance
The National Archives organized a training course for its employees in writing administrative letters, reports and minutes of meetings, with the aim of raising the scientific level of the employees, and refining their skills to improve their performance in editing correspondence and writing administrative reports, minutes and notes.
This training course, in which a large number of employees participate, comes within the framework of the National Archives' strategy to qualify human resources and provide them with the necessary skills to work according to their specialties.
In organizing this three-day course, the National Archives stems from its keenness to develop the participants’ professional writing skills as the basis for correct, accurate and clear documentation, in order to give them more accuracy, comprehensiveness, and the ability to analyze logically, which supports the reports and correspondence they prepare, in order for them to be completed. In a clear manner that is appropriate for presenting it to stakeholders, officials and decision makers.
The course, presented by Mrs. Fadia Jamil, a consultant in the field of institutional excellence and strategic planning, who was delegated from the Boost Company, focused on the theoretical and practical aspects that enable the participants to prepare and write administrative reports, and on the points that must be taken into account in writing letters and notes, and the points that must be taken into account before and after meetings, and the formal rules. And implicit reports, letters, and various administrative correspondences, and the methods of formulating and presenting them to serve the objectives of the National Archives.
The course, which focused on writing letters, administrative reports, and minutes of meetings, touched on the most popular methods of communication, how to choose a means of communication, requirements for successful communication, and the importance of communication skills. It also dealt with gathering and analyzing information in reports, writing internal notes, e-mail etiquette, and the administrative system and operations