The Native American-themed event, on 28 June from the organisers of Paraplanners Powwow events, will be the second Report Writing Howwow. The original and annual Paraplanner Powwow takes place in teepees in Northamptonshire each year.
The new Howwow will be held at Revolucion de Cuba restaurant and bar in Manchester, which was voted for as a location by Paraplanners.
The programme, which will run from 9am to 5pm, will feature real-life report examples to work through three aspects – “the words, the rules and the tech.”
At the end of the day, it is promised delegates will leave with “the know-how and skills to write even better reports.”
The event, which has a £30 and £50 ticket option, will aim to bring together Paraplanner best practice in a number of areas.
A spokesman said: “This isn’t a technical report writing course. This is bigger than that.
“We’re going to dive into the language, communication styles, regulation and technology underpinning the production of great reports.”
Details of how to book are on the Paraplanners Powwow website.