Writing and Communicating Your Forensic Report: two-part webcast series
Get experts' advice and learn techniques for writing your forensic report and communicating complex concepts.
NASBA Field of Study
Natalia Greene, Rob Kester, Jolene Fraser
Guidance to write effective forensic reports and communicate complex concepts
Part one: Learn the various types of forensic reports and techniques to enhance your writing ability.
Part two: Learn different illustration methods and examples of visualization methods to enhance your ability to express complex concepts.
Attend both webcasts to gain valuable knowledge and to boost your skills in writing and communicating these specialized reports.
- Statement on Standards for Forensics Services
- Overcoming the inability to have 1:1 to explain complex subject matter
- Report communication of complex models
- Simplification of complex subjects through illustration
- Visual communication methods
- Recognize the different types of forensic reports and the applicable standards.
- Identify important elements that should be included in the report.
- Recall potential pitfalls facing forensic accountants.
- Recognize when complex information needs to be expressed graphically or through illustrations.
- Recall how to express complex concepts in a visual way.
- Identify examples of visualization methods
- Distinguish different illustration methods that can be used to display information both in a report and trial demonstratives.
Who Will Benefit
- Forensic accountants
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