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Ruben A. Gomez, PE
This last part of the series titled Basics on Forensic Engineering has been mostly dedicated to put emphasis on the fact that communication skills are an important and very desirable quality for a forensic engineer to have.
In this course we describe how those communication skills have a far reaching effect on three different levels. First, the oral communication used as a tool of public service and concern for the community. Second, the same verbal skill as an avenue of effective testimony in a court of law; and third, the written report as a tangible record of the engineer’s work abilities.
This course includes a multiple-choice quiz at the end, which is designed to enhance the understanding of the course materials.
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