Redcliffe Training Associates

Presentation Skills

Redcliffe Training Associates

£ 2001-3000
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Typology Short course
Methodology Inhouse
Duration 1 Day
Start Different dates available
  • Short course
  • Inhouse
  • Duration:
    1 Day
  • Start:
    Different dates available

Are you looking to improve your presentation skills? In any presentation the most important factor is the presenter. This workshop takes delegates through the process of planning and executing a presentation.

You will learn the basics about identifying who is your audience and how to gather information. There will be instruction on how to build rapport with the audience by adopting the right attitude and connection with the listeners by using nonverbal communication such as gestures.

Language patterns will also be explored, and you will learn how to use your voice to maintain interest, give and receive respect and to overall maximise the effect of your presentation.

This course emphasizes the ability to plan and structure any presentation so that the presenter knows that the content meets the objectives. The next stage is to be able to deliver the presentation with confidence and in a professional manner.

This interactive workshop enables participants to understand these elements and, by practising them, they will be able to deliver meaningful and powerful presentations in the future.

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What you'll learn on the course

Presentation Skills
Soft Skills
The 10/80/10 Rule
Knowing your Audience
Structure of Presentation
Building Rapport
Language Patterns
Nonverbal Communication
Gathering Content

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Course programme

Course Content:


  • Participants produce individual outcomes for their training and future development

First Presentation

  • On any subject with feedback from fellow participants and the trainer

Structuring a Presentation

  • Preparation
  • Knowing the audience
  • Gathering the content
  • The 10/80/10 rule for structuring the presentation
  • Achieving a well structured presentation

Second Presentation using Lessons from the Structuring Session

Building Rapport

  • Adopting the right attitude and building confidence
  • Relaxing prior to the presentation
  • Using NLP to get the message across
  • Nonverbal communication
  • Using gestures to enhance the message

Language Patterns to Enhance the Presentation

  • Using your voice tonality to enhance your presentation
  • Maintaining interest
  • Identifying positive language that builds rapport and gains respect

Final Presentations

  • Delegates deliver a final presentation incorporating all the learning points, with feedback from peers, trainer

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