Presentation Skills

Course aims and objectives: All staff who are required to deliver presentations as part of their role or who would like to improve upon their presentation delivery, whether it be for an upcoming interview or a business meeting.

Course Level: Introductory or Refresher.

Course Aim: Outlining the key skills and knowledge required to deliver more effective presentations.

Course Objectives:

  • Identify what makes a good presentation and things to avoid
  • Identify and develop individual strengths
  • Tips and techniques to help calm nerves
  • Explore and develop different types of presentation styles, tone, pace and techniques for improved presentations

Target audience:

All staff who are required to deliver presentations as part of their role or who would like to improve upon their presentation delivery, whether it be for an upcoming interview or a business meeting.

Pre-requisite:

PowerPoint will be used during this course and a basic knowledge of PowerPoint would be an advantage.

Prior to attending the course it is recommended that the online eLearning Presentation Skills is completed.

eLearning module content:
1. Types of Presentation.
2. Preparation for a Presentation.
3. Writing a Presentation.
4. Delivering a Presentation.

The eLearning module content will not be covered during this course.
Presentation Skills e-learning can be found here

Cost:

Private Organisations: Please note that there is a charge of £100.00 per person to Non-council employees (including schools) to attend this course.

Dates and venue:

Wednesday 27 January 2016 @ St Peter's House, 1 Forster Square, Bradford, BD1 4TY - 9.30am - 4.30pm

To book places

Please complete the booking form on the link below.

Link to the Workforce Development training course databaseLink to the Workforce Development Booking Form

If you have any queries about this course, please contact Workforce Development on 01274 434503.

*Due to the high demand for our courses it is important that you inform us in advance if you cannot attend. You may be charged if you fail to attend a course and do not inform us. 

 


Information

Published: 14/10/2015
Audience: All staff who are required to deliver presentations as part of their role or seeking to improve thei
Contact: Workforce Development

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