Presentation Skills Short Courses
|Start Date||Start Time||Duration||Cost||Course Code||Apply|
|Thursday 5 October 2017||18:30 - 21:00||8 weekly classes||£440.00||CS1781||Apply Now|
|Thursday 18 January 2018||18:30 - 21:00||8 weekly classes||£440.00||CS1781||Apply Now|
|Thursday 3 May 2018||18:30 - 21:00||8 weekly classes||£440.00||CS1781||Apply Now|
Unlock your public speaking potential with our Presentation Skills short course.
Whether you need to develop public speaking skills to deliver winning presentations at work, or you’ve been asked to give a speech at your best friend’s wedding and are nervous and stressing about it – the Presentation Skills short course from City has given the confidence to countless people to giving winning speeches.
Being able to stand up and speak confidently to an audience is an essential life skill. We all want to be memorable for the right reasons, but know that public speaking in front of audience can be daunting – no matter how big or small the audience is.
This interactive and practical Presentation Skills short course helps you prepare your message or speech and get ready for the challenge, with constructive feedback from the tutor and the rest of the group throughout the course.
We have had many successful students enrol and take the learnings and skills from the course and put them into practice. Enrolling on the Presentation Skills course can really make a difference to your public speaking confidence and skills.
Presentation Skills short course tutor Karen Glossop and student Julie discuss crafting your message & mastering the techniques for a pitch perfect presentation.
Why choose the Presentation Skills short course?
The Presentation Skills short course from City is a challenging yet rewarding programme for developing your practical speaking skills when delivering presentations or speeches.
Taught over 8 weeks as evening classes, the course offers flexibility combined with expert tuition to take your public speaking to the next level.
Karen Glossop was born in Toronto, Canada. She read Classics at Cambridge University and trained as an actor at Mountview. She has also worked as a copy editor and writer for the Virgin Encyclopedia of Popular Music.
Since 1997, she has tutored groups and individuals in areas such as leadership, personal impact, presentation and speech-making, communication and influencing, writing for business and creativity.
Under the banner of Resonance Training, Karen has worked across many nationalities and cultures, as far-flung as Mongolia and Latvia. UK-based clients include Oliver Wyman, Domestic and General, NHS PASA, Johnson & Johnson, UK Film Council, Greater London Authority, IDe&A, Zurich Insurance, Oxford University Press, and Unilever. She is an Associate Tutor at Cass Business School, Said Business School, Oxford, and London Business School.
Good written and spoken English are required on this Presentation Skills course.