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Making Successful Presentations

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Last updated 5/2022 English
Overview

If you have effective presentation skills, this means you are good at communicating. By speaking clearly and, getting your ideas and message across to people well, there will be less miscommunication. Developing killer presentation skills are essential for improving communication and creating positive learning experiences.

Everyone must give a presentation at some point in their lives, whether they are a student, perhaps at a funeral, school leaver in their first job or a professional. Presentations are a great way to communicate to groups and ensure your audience understand the message you are conveying. Presentations can be useful in numerous ways in the workplace, which is why it’s a good idea for organisations to invest time in training their employees to present, well.

Develop the awareness, knowledge, skills and attitudes needed to deliver effective professional presentations. The course is divided between what good communication is, how to prepare an effective presentation, and delivering your presentation so that you have a persuasive impact on your audience.

Course Content:

  1. Effective Communication
  2. Understanding our audience
  3. Presentation skills
  4. Delivering your presentation
Who this course is for
  1. Anyone who wants to learn the importance of effectively communicating with their peers and superiors, trainee accountants and administrators that have recently joined the workplace as well as organisations and individuals who want to improve customer service and build long-term customer relationships.
  2. Business professionals that require the skills to make successful presentations will also benefit from this self-study package as well as practitioners who may benefit from learning shortcuts that will enable them to be more effective and efficient.
What you'll learn
  1. Effective Communication
  2. Understanding our audience
  3. Presentation skills
  4. Delivering your presentation
Requirements

There are no specific requirements.

Course Content
3 Sections 6 Lectures 55m total length