Presentation Skills Module

Presentation Skills Module


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MODULE 1: Course Introduction and Overview

MODULE 2:
Preparing Your Presentation: Overview

Learning outcomes:Learn how to set clear, focused objectives by understanding your topic and your audience, and then build the structure.

  •   Setting Your Objectives (Answering the WHY)
  •   Knowing Your Audience (Answering the WHO)
  •   Building the Structure (Answering the WHAT)

MODULE 3:
Setting Your Objectives

Learning outcomes:The keys to understanding purpose, identifying desired outcome and the style that will be most effective are well discussed in this section.

  •   What Are You Trying To Do?
  •   Improving Telephone Communication
  •   Identifying your Objective
  •   Discussion

MODULE 4:
Knowing Your Audience

Learning outcomes: Examine and define your audience to ensure the greatest impact is through asking the right questions. In this module we cover the most popular.

  •   A Basic Definition of your Audience
  •   Understanding Your Audience
  •   Focus, Plan, and Convey
  •   Audience Profile

MODULE 5:
Building the Structure

Learning outcomes:Understand the consequences of poor planning through to the benefits of cohesion, aims and adaptability. Structure can consist of three key protocols that are easily defined.

  •   The Consequences of Bad Preparation
  •   The Three Benefits of a Plan
  •   Presentation Structure: an Overview

MODULE 6:
Timing Your Presentation

Learning outcomes:Learn how to avoid the pitfalls of distractions which cause you to over-run, and ways to stay on track

  •   How to prevent over-running

MODULE 7:
Overview of Communication

Learning outcomes:Examine the three parts of communication and address the positive aspects that can help create the impact you want.

  •   The Three Parts of Communication
  •   Your Competition

MODULE 8:
Controlling Your Nerves

Learning outcomes:Transferring fear into enjoyment is the crucial ability that can affect every speaker and this module builds an excellent approach through analysing key components.

  •   Overcoming Your Fears
  •   Thinking Positive
  •   Being Realistic
  •   Taking Control
  •   Sticky Situations
  •   Paying Attention to Your Appearance
  •   Tips to Combat Nerves
  •   Nervousness Presentation

MODULE 9:
Our Body Language

Learning outcomes:Understand the importance of non-verbal communication and learn how to use positive aspects to maximise impact.

  •   First Impressions
  •   Non Verbal Factors of Communication
  •   Avoiding the Traps

MODULE 10:
The Importance of Voice

Learning outcomes:Understand the factors that can affect the voice and how to ensure optimum conditions are better managed.

  •   Factors Affecting the Voice
  •   Achieving Optimum Conditions for Speech
  •   Using Your Voice

MODULE 11:
Presentation Practice

Learning outcomes:Review the components that are used to construct a presentation and by following the guidelines and templates, gives an opportunity for you to present your own.

  •   Presentation Preparation
  •   Presentation Delivery
  •   Presentation Evaluation

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