General


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    Assertiveness and Confidence Building – 1 Day

    Aims
    Is your under-confidence affecting your day-to-day life in/out of work? This course will teach you the value of positive thinking and how to reframe negative thoughts, equipping you with the tools you will need to have a more confident outlook.

    The programme is participative and involves discussion in small groups, opportunities to practise key skills and trainer input.

    Outcomes:
    By the end of the programme, participants will be able to:

    • Understand how our decisions and thought processes are influenced
    • Reflect on thinking errors and consider how to reframe our thoughts
    • Able to apply appropriate behaviours in challenging situations
    • Understand the impact of body language
    • Be able to deal with conflict in a structured approach towards a win-win outcome

    Includes:
    Workbooks, copy slides, articles, certificates of attendance


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    Designing Presentations with Impact – 1 Day

    Aims
    Not everyone needs to know ‘how to present’ but they may need some assistance in how to present powerful material designed to get the message across effectively.

    This programme will show you how to design, structure and write successful presentations. You will also learn important analysis techniques that ensure that the audience is as involved and attentive as possible.
    Timetabled into the day is the opportunity for each participant to deliver a short presentation that is closely observed and assessed against design criteria. Participant numbers are carefully limited to ensure everyone has maximum opportunity to practise and learn.

    Outcomes:
    By the end of this programme, participants will be able to:

    • Apply the elements of presentation design
    • and construct presentations with audience and purpose in mind
    • Write clear objectives for any presentation
    • Create a list of unforgettable, attention grabbing openings to any presentation
    • Understand how we all process information differently
    • Sell a product applying the principles of VAK
    • Recognise different motivators of the audience
    • Consider and utilise an array of effective visual aids
    • Present a professional image of themselves and their organisation


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    Delivering Presentations with Impact – 1 Day

    Aims
    Some people know how to write effective presentations, but they may need some assistance in how to present with confidence to get the message across effectively.

    This programme includes how to present with confidence and learn the ‘tricks of the trade’ to capture and maintain the attention of the audience as much as possible.

    Timetabled into the day is the opportunity for each participant to deliver a short presentation that is closely observed and assessed against delivery criteria.

    Participant numbers are carefully limited to 6 to ensure everyone has maximum opportunity to practise and learn.

    Outcomes:
    By the end of this programme, participants will be able to:

    • Focus on the audience and purpose of the presentation
    • Considered how to present a professional image of yourself and the organisation
    • Create a list of unforgettable, attention grabbing openings to any presentation
    • Establish and maintain rapport with the audience
    • Make effective use of voice and choreography
    • Apply techniques to control nerves
    • Deliver the presentation


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    Design and Deliver Presentations with Impact – 2 Days

    Aims
    Some people lack confidence in how to write and deliver effective presentations. Many presenters are given a topic and told to ‘do their best’. Not the greatest start for anyone.

    The content is the same as the design and delivery courses combined.

    This programme commences on day one with design and the participants will then have the opportunity to prepare their presentations based on design criteria prior to attending on day two.

    A short presentation is delivered on day two, closely observed and assessed against set criteria. That feedback is then handed to the presenter as a development tool.

    DVD recordings may be used for feedback at the request of the client but is not compulsory. The recorded DVDs would then be handed to the presenter as a development tool.

    Participant numbers are carefully limited to 6 to ensure everyone has maximum opportunity to practise and learn.

    Outcomes:
    By the end of this programme, participants will be able to:

    • Apply the elements of presentation design
    • Design and construct presentations with audience and purpose in mind
    • Write clear objectives for any presentation
    • Create a list of unforgettable, attention grabbing openings to any presentation
    • Understand how we all process information differently
    • Sell a product applying the principles of VAK
    • Recognise different motivators of the audience
    • Consider and utilise an array of effective visual aids
    • Consider how to present a professional image of self and the organisation
    • Establish and maintain rapport with the audience
    • Make effective use of voice and choreography
    • Deliver the presentation
    • Present a professional image of themselves and their organisation
    • Apply techniques to control nerves (if necessary)

    Includes:
    Workbook, copy of slides, articles, support guides, certificate of attendance.


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