You can definitely do this, there are just a couple of dependencies and then you'll just have to learn the event id's to play around with getting your queries built and either into a report or dashboard.
So for the scan complete/started/ended, this is dependent on having those event ID's forwarded to your DB. Go to Menu > Configuration > Server Settings > Event Filtering. You need to make sure you are having the clients send the DB the events you want for your report. HOWEVER, keep in mind that your DB will be getting tons more events if you start enabling a lof of these informational's and you will need to make sure you are purging regularly. After that, you just need to build the querys you want based on the event ID's of the information you want.
For the scheduled scans, just do a new query Events > Client Events and then configure as you need.
For the infections/detections, just do a new query Events > Threat Events and then configure as you need.
Afer that, you can create a report based on your queries, have it emailed, or create a dashboard.
Just to show you, here is a dashboard I have based on malware detection queries, that could also be put into a report and emailed to whoever.
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