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NEXT EVENTS AT CGM MEDIA CENTRE

Thursday 7 December -10am-4pm

Entry level 1 course – ideal for newcomers to public speaking

Thursday 18 January – 10am-4pm

Expert level 2 course

Thursday 15 February -10am-4pm

Advanced level 3 course

To book click here

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Learn to make confident note-free speeches

Nothing enhances your reputation like delivering a speech oozing with confidence, calm and pizzazz.

Few things matter more than a convincing business pitch presented with confidence and style.

So if you’re daunted by the thought of getting on your feet to speak in public, you need our Presentations and Speech Making training days.

You’ll leave being able to deliver a 10 minute note-free speech with tips to manage nerves, overcome any fears and master memory recall.

We offer specific courses at three levels of competency:

Entry (Level 1)

Advanced (Level 2)

Expert (Level 3)

Delegates can either progress through each stage or join at Advanced and Expert levels depending on previous experience. 

You’ll leave Level 1 able to deliver a 10 minute note-free speech with tips to manage nerves, overcome any fears and master memory recall.

After Level 2, you’ll be able to deliver a 30 minute presentation and after Level 3 you be able to speak in public for one hour and deliver business proposals.

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COURSES INCLUDE 

– Script writing

– Core messaging

– Memory training techniques

– Confident poise, diction and delivery

– How to banish nerves

– Appealing to your audience

 

Who should attend?

– Business owners, leaders and directors

– Executive staff, company spokespeople and decision makers

– Marketing and communications staff

 

Your tutors are Chris Green and Tom Watt.

 

 

Other associated courses in this series: Broadcast media interviews; media crisis and reputation management strategy.

For further information about our media training courses and programmes call 01905 754336, email info@chrisgreenmedia.co.uk or fill in our online enquiry form.