Join us for this presentation skills webinar tailored for SMEs and SMPs
1. Preparing your presentation
- The importance of creating your key message
- The three important parts to your presentation
2. How to be a memorable presenter- including the results from the latest audience research
- Do’s and Don’ts - to keeping your audience captivated.
These topics are discussed in the Speakers Training Camp, the fastest, easiest way to develop presentation skills. This program has been presented in the USA for over 30 years to Fortune 500 companies and has 75% active participation. The Speakers Training Camp is proudly presented by The Speakers Practice.
Andrienne is an Internationally Accredited Speakers Training Camp Instructor and a Distinguished Toastmaster with over 10 years’ experience in developing presentation skills. Adrienne established The Speakers Practice to give access to people in the workplace to quality presentation skills training programs. Adrienne understands the importance of delivery of presentations in the workplace with a professional background working for over 20 years in the areas of Research and Development, Quality Assurance and Occupational, Health and Safety.
6.45pm Webinar registration
|Date:||Monday 11 March 2013|
|Duration:||7pm - 8pm (Sydney time)|
All you need is a computer with internet connection and web browser. In individual cases you may require a phone. Further details on how to log-on to the webinar will be emailed to you prior to the event.
|Cost:||Complimentary, exclusive to SMP/SME interest group members.|
|CPD units*:||1 CPD unit|
|SME/SMP interest group:|
We'd like to thank group facilitator Heather Smith for her invaluable contribution to this interest group. We are also open for your contribution to this interest group in the form of a webinar presentation. If you have a particular area of interest in SMP/SME, we will offer you with full support for your webinar presentation. If any members are interested in volunteering to organise a local group member gathering, please feel free to contact us.
*One hour of learning is equal to one CPD unit. According to ACCA's CPD policy, you can count this towards your verifiable units if you can apply the learning in your career..