At some point in their careers, most engineering professionals will be required to present to a group of clients, colleagues or stakeholders, or to train teams. These can be daunting tasks but with the right skills, they are tasks that can be undertaken with confidence and composure.
This two-day course gives you the skills necessary to train or present effectively. You will learn how to engage your audience and transfer knowledge and competencies to learners and, ultimately, back into the workplace.
After completing the course, you’ll be able to write meaningful presentation objectives, design session plans that are targeted to your audience, present to a wide variety of groups in an engaging and professional manner, use visual aids to maximise the effectiveness of presentations, and manage participant questions and challenging situations.
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We can bring this course to you and even customise the content so that it’s applicable specifically to your work group and industry context.
Find out more about how we can help you and your team with your presentation and training skills by filling out an enquiry form or calling +61 3 9321 1700.
If you’re new to the process of training, or if you would like to improve the skills in presentation and training that you already possess, this course is for you.
Adam Le Good has worked as an internal coach and professional mentor for over 20 years. He has conducted a variety of management development programs for clients throughout Australia and New Zealand. Adam uses practical applications of management principles and a unique, humorous and theatrical style to ensure participants enjoy their learning experience and translate their newly acquired skills to the workplace. Adam has a sound knowledge of adult learning principles, a degree in psychology and a Certificate IV in Training and Assessment.
Preparation and planning
Dealing with nerves
Presentation skills continued
This course requires participants to present a short 10 minute presentation on the final day for peer review. You are advised to come along to the course with some idea of what you'd like to present.