PUBLIC SPEAKING SKILLS what you can expect to learn on a training course

PresentPerfectTM is a practical hands-on public speaking skills course. Tuition, demonstration and practice give you the skills to speak confidently and achieve better outcomes with your speeches.

You can call 01344 859823 or email training

course schedule

This outline will give you a good idea of who can benefit and what you can expect to learn on a public speaking training course


Public Speaking Skills Outline: Learning Points

  • Understand the dynamics of public speaking
  • Learn how to research an audience
  • Know how to prepare for a speech
  • Find out how to rehearse
  • Recognise the value of visual aids
  • Learn the point, turn and talk technique
  • Understand how to use rhetorical techniques
  • Know how to prepare for questions and answers

Public Speaking Training Outline: Benefits

A PresentPerfectTM public speaking training course is ideal for professionals, managers, sales executives, team leaders and job interview candidates. It's ideal if you want to:

  • Maximise your speaking opportunities
  • Gain confidence when speaking in public
  • Enhance your career prospects
  • Boost your industry profile
  • Plan and prepare better speeches


Public speaking skills outline

Improved public speaking skills will increase your productivity. With PresentPerfectTM public speaking training you can expect to benefit from more confidence…and achieve better results.

Includes: A one day training session with your own public speaking skills trainer. No more than six participants on a course. A business-oriented training venue in a city centre or easily accessible location.

Public speaking skills outline

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


To find out how your public speaking skills will benefit from a PresentPerfectTM public speaking training course you can call 01344 859823

"Let thy speech be better than silence, or be silent."

Dionysius