Presentation Skills
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Soft Skill
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Description
Presentation skills are important for any individual. Presenting one’s ideas clearly and confidently in a simple yet effective manner leads to success. Effective speakers win people to their opinions and ideas. This course also explores the different aspects of body language and how it plays an important role in nonverbal communication. Participants will learn to appreciate the power of body language.

Curriculum

Module 1 - Introduction and Features of a Good Presentation                                         

Meaning and Importance, Components of Good Presentation, Types of Presentations,  Key Features, Elements of Good  Presentation

Module 2 - Planning your Presentations

Researching, Preparing the outline and slides, Managing content for presentation, Reviewing your Work, Rehearsal, Preparing for D day

Module 3 - Audience Analysis and Delivery

Audience awareness, Managing questions from the audience, Planning content to involve the audience, Using humour, Grooming, During the Presentation–Tips to Remember, Making a Presentation, Dos and Don’ts

Module 4 - Body language for Effective Communication

Proxemics, Posture & Position, Hand Gestures, Mirroring, Facial Expressions, Eye contact, Emotion

Handling

Module 5 - Common Mistakes in Body Language

Head Position, Mannerisms, Invading Personal Space, Quick Movements, Fidgeting       

Learning Outcomes

  • Explain the meaning and relevance of presentation skills 
  • Identify components of a good presentation
  • Demonstrate audience analysing skills in presentations 
  • Develop positive body language to project a powerful impression 
  • Examine body language and important signals of nonverbal communication 

Who Should Attend?

  • Any Graduate, U/G and Post Graduate

Job Prospects 

  • Presentation Specialist
  • Consultant 
  • Communication Trainer

Certification

After completing this course and successfully passing the certification examination, the student will be awarded the “Certificate in Presentation Skills”.

If a learner chooses not to take up the examination, they will still get a 'Participation Certificate'

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