|Delivery:||Live online & in-person workshops|
|Price:||Group prices from £895 + VAT|
With the right training and practice, anyone can become an accomplished speaker, enjoy giving presentations and learn how to beat stage fright.
This course will give you the step-by-step process used by experienced speakers to get and keep their audience’s attention and ensure that they deliver a great speech every time.
By the end of this course, you will have a strong understanding of:
Watch one of our trainers give a brief introduction to the course below:
We will send you a booking confirmation as soon as we process your email.
This will include full details of your public speaking course booking and also a full tax invoice.
It should hopefully give you all the information that you need but if you have any questions please don’t hesitate to get in touch, we’re here to help.
We accept credit and debit cards and also direct bank transfers.
No there is no dress code for our courses.
Please come wearing whatever you are most comfortable in.
If you have any special needs or requirements please let us know when you book your course so that we can confirm that we’ll be able to accommodate your needs before you book the course. Please also let the trainer know at the start of your training day.
You can change your course dates up to 14 days before the course start date subject to an administrator fee of £95 + VAT. Changes cannot be made to the booking within 14 days of the course start date.
Please see our full terms and conditions for more details.
No. We provide everything that you need for the training day.
The only additional costs for you might be travel to and from the training venue and accommodation overnight if that is required and if you need to buy lunch.
We frequently provide corporate training days where specific teams from a business come together to learn how to learn publis speaking skills and to give presentations.
For people who suffer a fear of public speaking the best way to conquer it is in front of a friendly audience so starting with your colleagues can work very well. .
Public speaking skills and presentation skills are very similar.
Public speaking training focuses on how you speak without the aid of a presentation. This is usually speaking to a large group of people with questions at the end.
Presentations on the other hand tend to be to smaller groups and often will have questions throughout.
It is a learned skill just like any other. We recently released a review of the public speaking skills of a number of world leaders (see this article) explaining which we thought were most effective.
Although they may appear to be naturals trust us when we say that all the good ones have had plenty of coaching and practice!