Comprehensive reports combine multiple reports and statistics into one big report. They’re particularly handy when it comes to presenting information to ministers or department leaders, and provide a great overview of the different areas and departments being used in the system.
Building Comprehensive Reports
Comprehensive reports make referencing a large amount of information incredibly straightforward. We recommend setting up a comprehensive report for any reports you regularly present together. A comprehensive report on first-aid, for example, could include which disciplines department individuals are qualified in e.g CPR or lifesaving, how long their qualifications are current for, and whether any department individuals require training.