Course aim The aim of this course is to provide the participants with a higher confidence in delivering and selling a message to an audience.
Course objectives After completing the course, participants have:
- The theoretical knowledge and practical skills to plan, create and deliver a successful lecture
- The ability to prepare and structure the subject and material needed for a presentation.
- Social skills and emotional intelligence needed to create dialogue and contact with the audience, in order to ensure that at all time correct information is being received
- Familiarity with different types of technical equipment during the lecture
- Practical skills in using the right technique when executing a presentation
- Knowledge of tips and tricks on how to gain the audience interest, trust and attention
- Knowledge of strategies to handle and overcome stage fright
Course overview The training is divided into theory classes and practical exercises.
Content in brief
Course overview The course can be prepared for 4-8 participants, and depending on their schedule, the course can be delivered during working hours or including overnight stay.
The course will cover the following objectives:
- Communication theories: recommended models, rhetoric, non-verbal communication.
- Concepts: goals, message, time frame, learning behaviours and models, motivation.
- Tools and structures for preparing and creating presentations.
- Skills for using the classroom facilities.
- Soft skills: self awareness, contact with the audience, stage fright, personal style, handling reactions, controlling difficult situations, asking and answering questions.
Personal feedback The participants will receive personal feedback with regard to their presentation and overall activity. They will also receive the recording of their presentation for own evaluation.
During the entire course, the participants will be encouraged to communicate and share opinions and will receive continuous feedback.
Miscellaneous The course will end with a graduation and certificates.