I have been working closely with a student on creating a public speaking course.
We have now completed the training course and it’s ready to be made available to the public.
However before I make this public.
I am looking for 10 to 20 students ( more the merrier) who want to learn and brush up their public speaking skills.
In return I am asking for some honest reviews of the training. This will be on a Video format or email with pictures which ever best suits you
The course is priced at £27..00 pounds. However as an introductory offer the price is going to be only £7.00 pounds.
If you would like to take part please message me and I will send you the information. I will send you a link so that you can have access to the training.
The training is online so there is no need for you to go anywhere. You can watch it from the comfort of your own home. You can watch it on your tablet, pc and also your smartphone.
This course on public speaking and building confidence paves the way for an individual to take their speaking ability to a whole new level. The course breaks down the key techniques in bitesize chunks that anyone can use to engage and captivate any audience.
We cover the obstacles that one faces in speaking publicly and we cover ways to overcome these obstacles. How to portray confidence, how to remove any fear of speaking, how to connect with any audience at any time, how to give life to your words are some of the key concepts we cover in this course.
The course can be taken in your own time and at your own pace. The key messages from the tutorials is that anyone can become a great speaker; all is needed is one to take the effort and time to working on their speaking ability.
The course teaches what the difference is between the average speaker and the good speaker and the difference between the good speaker and the great speaker, but more importantly, what it takes for one to become the great speaker.
Session 1 – Introduction to public speaking
The introduction. We look at the three key parts to any communication – the speaker, the context and the audience. We also cover an example of Martin Luther King Junior when he delivered the famous ‘I have a dream’ speech.
Session 2 – Key questions about the speaker, context and audience
Before you begin preparation for your presentation, we cover key questions to think about regarding you as the speaker, the context in which you are speaking and who you will be presenting to. We also look at the differences between a successful speech and an unsuccessful one.
Session 3 – The speaker’s confidence
The focus now turns on to the speaker (with context and audience covered later in the course). Of the three parts to communication as described above, the speaker element is the one you have most control over and so we concentrate on the speaker over the next few sessions. In this session, we look at the different aspects of confidence of the speaker and start to understand more about your mindset as speaker. and many more.
“GRAB YOUR COPY TODAY, EVEN IF IT IS 2 A.M. IN THE MORNING!” WAS £27.00 NOW ONLY £7.00