Presentation and Facilitation Skills 101
- Client Site
Interpersonal Skills Obtained: Public Speaking with Confidence, Organization, Group Dynamics Management, Promotion Readiness Course Description: Most presenters are topic experts or supervisors thrust into the presenters role with no formal training. This course gives participants basic skills and professional techniques of how to plan and confidently deliver information to a group. With practice, this course will enable participants to move beyond “speaker” role to “facilitator” who can pose questions, manage discussions and assign task. Disruptive people, styles of learners and professional tricks of the trade are also covered. Course Objectives: • How to plan for specific audiences • “Do’s” and “Don’ts” of Public Speaking • Audio/Visual techniques of the professionals • The four types of learners • Using Role Plays, Case Studies, Demonstrations, Brainstorming and Exercises to enhance learning • Overcoming barriers: hostile audience members, faulty A/V, etc. Recommended Audience: This course can be offered as a personal coaching session to one individual or modified for any group of people wanting to improve their presentation and facilitation skills. This will aide the occasional speaker who needs to present at community or government meetings. This course in not intended for PIO’s, professional trainers or curriculum developers.
284 Chiles Ln, Denison, TX 75020, USA