Being able to deliver effective presentations is an absolute must for PR executives, especially when presenting campaigns to colleagues and clients, or when pitching for new business. This interactive full-day course is aimed at executives who are new to making presentations or who want to improve their public speaking skills.
Being able to deliver effective presentations is an absolute must for PR people, especially when presenting campaigns to bosses, colleagues and clients, or when pitching for new business. This interactive full-day course is aimed at anyone who has to make presentations or who wants to improve their public speaking skills.
Event Type: Classroom
Places available: 6
Places remaining: 3
Trainer: Trevor Morris FPRCA
How attendees will benefit
By the end of the course delegates will know how to plan, structure and deliver an effective presentation and understand that great presentations:
- Have a clear purpose that is audience focussed
- Are well structured and clearly signposted
- Have an intellectual thread of steel running through them
- Like a good story, have a clear beginning middle and end
Who should attend
This course is aimed at PR executives who would like to improve their presentation skills.
What attendees will learn
The course aims to introduce a range of tools and techniques necessary to pitch and present confidently, including:
- How to plan for a presentation
- How to structure a speech or presentation
- How to speak during a presentation (including the use of signposts and visual aids)
- How to handle questions
- How to manage nerves
Delegates must bring a 5 minute presentation (on a memory stick, plus hard copy in case of problems) to the course to present and improve upon during the morning – it can be about business or any subject that interests you.
Delegates will be expected to present in front of other delegates and the trainer, and to critique their own and other delegates’ presentations.
To ensure that all delegates receive personal feedback on their work, this course is limited to just six delegates.
Each student is given a course workbook at the start of the course containing all the key learning and exercises. This is completed during the course and then taken away by the student for future reference.