Sometimes you want the time and space to focus on your own public speaking needs. Focus is very important to you. You want to work at your own pace. On your own. You want your training to be 100% on target and relevant.

One to One Public Speaking Skills Coaching

A one to one public speaking skills coaching session is the ideal opportunity to develop your public speaking skills with your own personal trainer/ coach. A PresentPerfectTM coaching session is that opportunity. Focused training targeted to your needs and personal to you.

Dedicated resource focused on your public speaking skills

Price: £597 plus VAT

Includes: A one day public speaking skills coaching session with your own public speaking skills coach. A business-oriented training venue in a city centre or easily accessible location.

Public Speaking Skills Coaching

Includes: Morning tea/ coffee, working lunch, afternoon tea/ coffee, refreshments, full overhead projection facilities, Internet access.

Included in this package: Each PresentPerfectTM coaching participant is invited to join a skills update six months after their coaching session. This skills update gives each participant the chance to test their learning, refresh their public speaking techniques and enhance their skills.

You can download a .pdf outline of the public speaking coaching.

You can call 01344 859823 or email coaching for your nearest public speaking skills coaching centre.

Public Speaking Skills Coaching

One-to-one public speaking skills coaching gives you the chance to work on all the key public speaking skills that you need. For your work. For your career. For your professional standing.

When you want some dedicated resource targeted for your own public speaking abilities and needs–a one to one PresentPerfectTM public speaking skills coaching session is the perfect match.

To discuss public speaking skills coaching in your area, you can call 01344 859823 or email: coaching to find out more.

"Extemporaneous speaking should be practised and cultivated. It is the lawyer's avenue to the public...."

Abraham Lincoln