Introduction to Presenting.
Developing the confidence and capability to give good presentations, and to stand up in front of an audience and speak well, are critical competencies for business and self-development
LET'S TALK ABOUT INTRODUCTION TO PRESENTING
This full day interactive course is for anyone who wants to feel more confident about presenting.
Covering lots of key tips and techniques, you’ll develop your verbal and non-verbal communication skills and learn how to structure an effective presentation.
why come on the course?
Does standing up in front of others to present fill you with dread?
Are you looking for tips and advice to make sure it goes well when you present?
Do you feel okay as long as you’ve got some PowerPoint slides to read, but panic at the thought of questions from your audience?
Do you want tips on how to structure your presentation rather than just dumping ideas on slides?
If you have answered yes to any of the above questions, then this course is definitely for you.
What is it?
A highly interactive session with an expert trainer and a professional actor. You’ll watch our actor present and explore lots of tips and techniques to help you design and deliver an effective, engaging presentation.
What will I do on the day?
Through practical activities and discussion, you’ll improve your communication skills and learn how to present successfully.
You’ll deliver a short presentation and get feedback from the ted Learning team on your strengths and what you can do to improve further, supporting you to deliver future presentations with confidence.
embedding the learning.
This practical course, using our Theatre Based Learning approach, fully utilises the talents of our actor - delivering an engaging message whatever the subject matter.
We help to embed the learning but having the chance to observe what works and what doesn't and giving each learner a chance to present, receiving stop/start feedback throughout and immediate tips on how to enhance the delivery.
We provide follow up support for all of our learners. They can contact the trainer for any further tips. This therefore ensures that when they do next present, they have someone they can run their ideas past and gain support and feedback before delivering the real thing.
By the end of this course, learners will be able to:
- Design a well-structured, engaging presentation
- Demonstrate effective verbal and non-verbal communication techniques
- Identify how to limit nerves to minimise the impact on presentations.
- Explain the most effective ways to practice the art of coaching.
Some faq's about Introduction to Presenting Training.
0.1 What is Theatre based learning?
Theatre Based Learning is the technique we use to bring learning to life by using our actors to perform scenarios, based on real case studies.
Theatre Based Learning can be either observational (where learners watch scenes and discuss) OR participative (where we use techniques like real-play and practice, forum where learners interact with the actors and direct them or hot-seating where learners give feedback to individual characters and make suggestions).
0.2What are the benefits of Introduction to Presenting training?
Discussing and learning in the traditional ‘class-room’ is effective, but long-term memory is better stimulated by having an experience. Our approach using experiential and drama based methods delivers this and leads to more sustained learning.
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Learn more on how our interactive and practical presenting course can aid even the most nervous of presenters!
theatre of learning delivering sustained blended learning.
Our training is observational and participative, using teams of actors to bring it to life. We recognise that taking part in role-play is not for everyone, so we offer observational training – this is where two of our acting team demonstrate scenes related to the course and delegates observe and comment on the behaviors. Where a business is more confident working with actors, we take this to the next level with participative training so delegates get to practice their newly learnt skills.
sustain and maintain learning.
All our learners have full access to our ted learning HUB – our bespoke platform that enables all learners to continue the engagement with the trainer and actors, see latest case-studies and blogs from the ted learning team and engage with other learners, discussing their own challenges and successes.
Desktop, mobile, or tablet - the ted HuB engages learners with training accessible anytime, anywhere, on any device.
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To find out how we can inspire your leaders and managers to achieve their potential for themselves and for your business, please get in touch.