Do you get anxious when you’re asked to make a presentation?
Do you need to improve –and excel, in your presentation skills?
Would you like to be effective in your communication in the corporate sector?
As a professional, learning how to make professional presentations will make you excel in your career.
You could be asked to make a presentation to the management, your department, clients or the board of directors. How do you ensure you have an effective presentation?
If you run a business, how do you present or pitch your idea to a client or other stakeholders?
Strong presentation skills will help you move ahead as a professional.
If your presentation skills are weak, or you feel you need help to strengthen the basics, our presentation skills class will help you.
In the class, you learn how to improve essential communication skills, as well as how to apply these skills in your career.
The Presentation Skills Training is a practical 7-week, once a day in a week course that leverages on practicality.
In this class, you’ll get to connect and network with other high-level professionals.
Through the seven-week class, you learn how to;
- Present professionally and effectively
- Create skilful PowerPoint presentations
- Communicate with a structure
- Handle impromptu presentations
- Master body language while communicating
We’ve had professionals from different sectors who’ve come to learn how to make effective and powerful presentations.
Grace, a senior manager at an FMCG firm just graduated from the class. Here is what she had to say about the training.
“At work, my boss is always calling on me to make speeches. I didn’t like it because it has always been a struggle. I didn’t know how to begin –especially on such short notice, or even how to end the speech.
So I have always ended with saying ‘thank you.’
When I joined the business presentation training, I was surprised to learn there’s a structure even to an impromptu speech.
I started practising as soon as we were given the structure. Each weak, I’d present to the other professionals in the class, and they would give me input.
Recently, we had sponsored an event, and the boss asked me to thank the attendees and the host.
After I gave my presentation, the boss told me I had done a great job. I’m proud of the far I have come and I wish every professional would go through the training.”