COMMUNICATIONS SHORT COURSES
In this course, you will learn how to deliver presentations to audiences with a maximum impact. You will learn how to build credibility and confidence as a speaker, how to use presentation technology to your advantage and to learn techniques for preparing and delivering a presentation with outstanding results.
12 Hours. Training times can be arranged in more manageable sessions of 6 hours over 2 days.
Training times can be arranged according to your date and times requirements, delivered virtually or on-site at your premises by one of our professional facilitators. Alternatively, you can join a virtual public course by clicking on the Register Now button.
The target student for this course desires to gain the skills necessary to improve their efficiency and impact during presentations to audiences.
There are no pre-requisites for this course.
1. Fundamentals of Presentation
Section 1: Effective Presentations
Section 2: Planning a Presentation
2. Audience Analysis and Supporting Material
Section 1: Audience Analysis
Section 2: Supporting Materials
3. Building Presentations
Section 1: Build Presentations
Section 2: Develop an Introduction
Section 3: Organize the Body of the Presentation
Section 4: Effective Conclusion
4. Presentation Mechanics
Section 1: Visual Aids
Section 2: Understand Visual Aid
5. Presentation Process
Section 1: Extemporaneous Speaking
Section 2: Preparation for Speaking
Section 3: Deliver a Presentation
Section 4: Nonverbal Communication
6. Question-and-Answer Session
Section 1: Handle Questions Effectively
Section 2: Handle Challenging Questions
7. Fundamentals of Persuasion
Section 1: Understand Persuasion
Section 2: Organize a Persuasive Presentation
Section 3: Methods of Persuation
Short courses are an easy and effective way to upskill your people. This enables them to apply their new knowledge in your workplace immediately.
|Knowing the learning and development needs|
|Choosing the right content and level|
|Matching a trainer to your company culture|
|Obtaining feedback at relevant intervals|