Report the results of treatment


Analyse and process information and data, and subsequently formulate the results in a written report.

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Skill type


Skill reusability level


Relationships with skills

Optional skill

Report the results of treatment is optional for these skills, according to the role’s master the following skills:

Record wood treatment information

Relationships with occupations

Essential skill

Report the results of treatment is an essential skill of the following occupations:

Heat treatment furnace operator: Heat treatment furnace operators monitor the process of heat treatment of castings. They control the treatment furnaces and direct all activities of furnace operation, including the interpretation of computer data, temperature measurement and adjustment, and loading vessels. They control the chemicothermal treatment of castings in order to reach the standards.
Specialist biomedical scientist: Specialist biomedical scientists lead a department or specialist area, working as a diagnostic partner with a clinical team (investigating and diagnosing patient illnesses like diabetes, haematological disorders, coagulation, molecular biology or genomics) or undertaking clinical research projects.

Optional skill

Report the results of treatment is optional for these occupations. This means knowing this skill may be an asset for career advancement if you are in one of these occupations.

Timber trader: Timber traders assess the quality, quantity and market value of timber and timber products for trade. They organise the selling process of new timber and purchase stocks of timber.




  1. Report the results of treatment – ESCO


Last updated on September 21, 2022

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