We hope you do pick us for your presentation training! But we reckon that…
I’m comfortable with my presenting and public speaking skills.
That’s great. Don’t forget that we can always help you with a half day public speaking skills refresher for that all-important conference speech.
I believe that your fees are too high.
PresentPerfectTM training isn’t the cheapest training course. It’s not the cheapest coaching session.
But we consider our fee structure to be fair and proportionate for the training service we provide.
We use first class training centres. We have the top training materials. We have the most experienced trainers.
If your budget remains an issue, there are always possibilities. Perhaps your meeting room could be used instead of ours. On-site tailored presentation training courses are always a popular training route.
I’m too busy.
You can always schedule your PresentPerfectTM presentation skills training three to six months in advance if you need. Our presentation training course schedule publishes course details many months in advance.
I don’t want to travel too far.
You can join a presentation skills training course at any one of more than 40 training centres in the Country. Yes, your travelling distance might be more in the South West or in Scotland. That’s a bore. But our range of presentation training centres includes Aberdeen in the North, Exeter and Swansea in the West and Norwich in the East. In the South and the Midlands you shouldn’t have far to travel.
I don’t believe you can deliver on your offer.
We don’t offer what we can’t deliver. Everything we do is tried and tested.
Each PresentPerfectTM session begins with your trainer listening to your expectations and goals. Then your trainer will show you how they aim to cover those goals with the training materials and exercises.
During each course your trainer will check your understanding and learning. If they need to go further on any subject, they will.
That’s why we are confident that we can deliver.
“Quality is never an accident; it is always the result of intelligent effort…The bitterness of poor quality lingers long after the sweetness of low price is forgotten.”
John Ruskin (attributed)