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Presentation Skills

Description

Theme:

Personal Effectiveness

Category:

Exeter Entrepreneur

About this course:

If you need to make a presentation, whether it is a briefing to a small audience, a talk to a larger group or a pitch to a prospective funder; it is easy to just talk through the information you have in your head, but it takes much more skill to make a good, memorable presentation that engages your students; gets you the funding; wins over your audience or gets you the promotion.

PLEASE NOTE: THIS COURSE IS DELIVERED VIA 2 WORKSHOPS WHICH ARE SCHEDULED 2 WEEKS APART.

PLEASE DO NOT BOOK ONTO THE COURSE UNLESS YOU CAN ATTEND BOTH SESSIONS.

Dates:.

Streatham:.

Workshop part a: Weds 9th May.

Workshop part b: Tues 22nd May.

Penryn:.

Workshop part a: Thurs 3rd May.

Workshop part b: Mon 21st May.

Learning outcomes:

As a result of attending this course, the delegates will be able to:.

Workshop a:.

- Identify what makes a good presentation/pitch and apply a few simple approaches to ensure that the design and structure leads to a successful presentation.

- Get and maintain the audience's attention in a way that is appropriate and engaging.

- Involve and relate to the audience during a presentation and ensure that questions are handled effectively.

Workshop b:.

- Apply a range of non-verbal presentation techniques to ensure that body language and vocals maximise the impact of the presentation.

- Explain how to use technology effectively so that it adds to rather than detracts from the overall effect.

- Deliver a short presentation that will apply the range of techniques learnt and provide an opportunity for reflection, feedback and further development.

Who should attend this course:

This course is designed for both professional and academic staff - all grades.

Presenter(s):

Sadie Sharp from C-Squared Change Consultancy Ltd - www.c2.org.uk

Before the course:

Delegates will need to come to the 1st half day session with a presentation topic in mind, but will not need to have it designed already.

They will be taught a range of key techniques in the 1st half day session, and then in the 2 weeks between the 1st & 2nd session, they will then need to produce a short (maximum 10 minute) presentation to deliver on the 2nd half day session to show how they have applied the techniques learnt.

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