Presenting is all about having an impact. You want everyone to understand your message and get it to stick. This course addresses these concepts using the latest trends in presentation design and delivery.
After all, a presneter wants to make a viral message so that everyone will end up talking about. As a trainer, you can use the same techniques to make sure your delegates will learn the core message.
The best way to learn is usually by example. This course uses many examples to teach the delegates what’s good and what’s bad, and more importantly it tells them why. When we are confronted with a blank sheet, which a presentation is really like one, we have infinite number of choices. This is probably why it is easier to make a bad presentation than a good one. With all the choices, tools, resources and data available these days, it is natural for delegates to cram all the information into the slides and hope for the best.
This course teaches them how not to overwhelm their audience. The slides used in the training course also try to set an example (where possible) so that the delegates can see for themselves how this will all play out in the real world. They will learn to appreciate different types of audience and learn how to respond to them accordingly.
There are also many practical activities helping the delegates to try it out themselves. If the delegates have access to computers during the course, they can use instructions and example exercises provided to try it out themselves. On the other hand, if delegates don’t have access to computers, there are other types of exercise included to help them understand the concept in another way.
The aim is to get the delegate to practice and make mistakes in a controlled environment, so they can see where they need to improve themselves.
Many issues such as fear of public speaking, anxiety, body language, tone of voice and even attitude are explored and issues are addressed using a number of targeted mini-exercises.
In short, the course is designed to raise the standards of delegates’ presentation skills quickly, efficiently and maximally so that when they deliver the next time, their audience will be in awe!