PRESENTATION & COMMUNICATION WORKSHOP (PT&COMM)
August 2018 – PRETORIA, SOUTH AFRICA, 13 AUGUST – 17 AUGUST 2018 – 5 DAYS WORKSHOP
Registration Fees: ZAR931.09 (R1000)
Course Fees: Local: ZAR8,404.32 (R8999)
International: ZAR22,382.94 (R24000)
Local and International Delegates registration plus booking is open due to limited space available:
“You can have the greatest technical skills in the world, but without solid Presentation and communication skills, who will know and who can understand? Presentation and Communication skills are an ever-evolving skill set. You never have enough practice.”
Presentation and Communication is another word for dealing with people. Communication, whether viewed as a process or a skill, must be seen in the context of the situation and the people involved. “Its roots go back to ancient Greece, when rhetoric – the study of discovering and using “the available means of persuasion” – was an important part of the citizenry’s education”.
“Presentation and Communication is the processing of sending and receiving messages –sometimes through spoken or written words and sometimes through such non-verbal means as facial expressions, gestures and voice qualities.”
- Presentation Skills:
This training adult skills program will give the trainees/participants (each individual) the quality ideas on how to deliver your presentation with power and information on developing an engaging program.
TARGET AUDIENCE & PURPOSE:
This course will benefit anyone who makes presentations for business and/or social occasions.
Mastering the skills of presentation can be a huge benefit to each and every ones career. This training skills will equip all the trainees with ideas on how to deliver any nature of presentation with power and information on developing an engaging program.
a).Identifying your audience
Preparation is key to effective public speaking and it starts with identifying your audience. Define first what you know about your audience and how the audience feels about your topic.
b).Arrangement of the content
We focus on the arrangement of the content into a structure that appeals to the audience: an attention drawing opening, credible and incisive information and an appealing conclusion.
c).Venue and equipment
Venue and equipment can have a strong influence on the success of your presentation. The success of the presentation is heavily influenced by the venue and equipment that you use. Using good quality slideshows, hand-outs and flipcharts enhances the presentation and ensures that the message is well received.
d).Stamping out nervousness
In this module we focus on some techniques for dealing with stage fright, nervousness and channelling nervous energy.
e).Understanding non-verbal communication skills
Non-verbal communication is a very powerful form of communication. It comes in different forms like gestures, body movements, eye contact, and posture
f).Interacting with your audience
In this module, we focus on issues that play a part in helping you connect favourably with your audience. Issues like building rapport with the audience, responding to questions from the audience, handling surprises and setting ground rules.
By the end of these sessions, any participant should be able to:
- Define first what you know about your audience and understand how the audience feels about your topic.
- Arrange the content into a structure that appeals to the audience
- To select the right venue and equipment
- Overcome nervousness
- Use non-verbal communication
- Build rapport with the audience i.e. responding to questions from the audience, handling surprises and setting ground rules.
- Effective Communication Skills:
Communication: the transmission (from one person to another) of necessary information, feelings or ideas, with the view to making them decode the message so that they can fully understand what is being transmitted, thereby eliciting from them a sensible reaction.
We constantly communicate with others in different forms every day. This workshop will help you understand the mechanics and methods of communication and how to make them highly effective.
TARGET AUDIENCE & PURPOSE
This course will benefit anyone who communicates with others in the workplace and beyond.
We constantly communicate with others in different forms every day. This training will help you understand the mechanics and methods of communication and how to make them highly effective.
a).Understanding barriers to communication
In this module, we look at identifying, exploring and understanding barriers to communication that impacts communication
b).Listening and questioning
Listening is a powerful tool in communicating and building relationships.
We turn our attention to listening and the art of questioning. If we truly want to understand others’ communication, we have to listen carefully.
c).The art of conversation
In order to become a person that people find interesting to talk to, you have to engage in interesting, memorable talk. In this module, we focus on how to be a good conversationalist.
We look at how to control and enhance non-verbal signals as well as how to read those signals from other people.
We look at understanding emotions i.e., their root causes, how to use them, issues that bring other people’s emotions and how to handle those emotions so that we can communicate with them effectively.
By the end of the course, you should be able to:
- Identify, explore & understand barriers to communication that impacts communication
- Listen and understand the art of questioning
- Engage in interesting, memorable talk. That is being a good conversationalist.
- Control and enhance non-verbal signals as well as how to read those signals from other people.
- Understand emotions
The course is fully equipped with onsite training assessments to determine the overall understanding and grasping rate performance target of each trainee.
Trainers / facilitators;
Facilitators are fully equipped with the standards of all these presentation and communication skills and they are ready to provide excellent services. We do have saying that says “You cannot give what you don’t have” therefore they have what to give. They communicate in English as first language for business as well other African languages and they have been facilitating for many years.