Introduction

Learn to present with enthusiasm and confident on this 1-day presentation skills course. Start looking forward to making presentations.

This is a very practical course. You will practice what you are being taught using a presentation that you have given or are planning to deliver in the near future.

You will return to work a far more relaxed presenter.

By the end of this course you will understand:

  • What is required to make an impactful presentation.
  • What your own presentation style is.
  • The key areas that you struggle with most.
  • How to structure a presentation for maximum effect.
  • How to deliver a presentation with confidence.
  • How to include props for added impact.

Is This The Right Course For Me?

This course is for anyone looking to improve their presentation skills.

We ask that you bring along, it at all possible, some material that can be used in the preparation of a short 5-minute presentation.

Ideally, this will relate to a work presentation that you have or will need to present in future.

The Training Day

Our training days run from 9.30am to approximately 4.30pm.

We include everything that you need for a great day’s training.

  • A full-colour training manual.
  • A certificate of attendance
  • A delicious, freshly prepared lunch.
  • Plenty of tea, coffee and biscuits throughout the day.
  • A comfortable fully air-conditioned training environment.

This course runs in conjunction with our sister company, Development Academy, which is focused on professional development training.

  • Self assessing current skills
  • Identifying areas for development
  • Recognising workplace needs and opportunities for presenting
  • Tackling nerves
  • Identifying the purpose of the presentation
  • Knowing what and how to best plan
  • Scoping the structure of an impactful presentation
  • Content
  • Contact
  • Control
  • Gaining and retaining the audience’s interest
  • Demonstrating confidence
  • Using your vocal power
  • Displaying positive body language
  • Staying in command
  • Handling questions with authority
  • Which to choose
  • When to use
  • How to control
  • Using your key resource: your audience

 

  • Committing to a personal action plan.
  • Identifying which specific activities to do differently tomorrow.
  • Using the Implementation/Impact matrix so actions become reality.