Our Presentation Skills course is meant to help young adults and adult professionals become proficient public speakers. When students learn these important skills during childhood, they can avoid pitfalls later on in life and become strong communicators. They’ll have the ability to make friends and have a positive influence on others.
Students are often asked to make speeches or presentations in front of their classmates and teacher. Employees are often required to lead meetings or group discussions. Speaking in front of people may be quite difficult. Those of us predisposed to shyness might struggle to speak with anyone at all. It has even been suggested that the reason why so many adults have a fear of public speaking is because they never learned how to feel comfortable in front of a crowd as children.
Our Presentation Skills course will unravel the mystery for learning the “art” of communication and giving the perfect presentation! While the course may be more popular to younger scholars, our curriculum is suitable for anyone who wishes to take their public speaking ability to a higher level.
We will explore many proven methods for effective communication as a precursor toward learning and excelling in public speaking. Students will explore the fundamentals that are involved in a step-by-step approach for gaining comfort and confidence in their speaking ability. They will be on the way to creating impactful presentations that will impress their audience. This course will show students how to correct common mistakes, how to produce their content, how to deliver their message, and interact with their listeners for full effect.
Our teaching method removes the risk of rejection when students speak in front of their peers. Our series of lessons build upon one another and create a positive foundation, leading to confidence and continued progress. This foundation will help students take the initiative rather than lie back and wait. They will become go-getters that won’t get left behind!
At any stage of life, whenever we repeat an action or a skill, our brain creates neural connections that form a pathway over time. Similar to how a path is formed when repeatedly walked upon, the skills we build through practice and repetition are embedded into our brains. These pathways help define our skill set foundation as children and can be redeveloped and strengthened during our later years through additional learned experiences as adults.
Our Presentation Skills course is typically scheduled in 1.5 hour sessions, but can be flexible based on student’s needs and instructor’s schedule. The complete program includes eight sessions and thus 12 hours total. Our course may extend further depending on number of total students in class, and their ability to complete coursework, homework, and practice outside of class. Beyond that, the amount of recommended training is based on instructor’s assessment of student’s progress and availability of student.
One-to-one, small group, or online training for distance learners
Communication comes first. Building strong communication skills is a precursor toward becoming a better public speaker or presenter.