Presentation Skills - Early Career Professionals

Engineering context

Whether communicating with technical or non-technical audiences, engineers are required to speak confidently and engage with people in workshops, client briefs, team meetings and seminars. This blended workshop will provide participants with practical tools and techniques for presenting confidently to all types of audiences. 

Pre-course requirement
It is highly advisable to study the online component and complete the activities prior to attending the workshop. This information will be sent to all registered participants prior to the workshop taking place.  

Presentation Skills - Early Career Professionals
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$ 295.00 - Non-member
$ 280.25 - EA member
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We can bring this one-day workshop 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 by filling out an enquiry form or calling +61 3 9321 1700.

Is this course for you?

This course is aimed at people in the early stages of their engineering career hoping to advance their presentation skills. Associate Engineers, Engineers, Graduate Engineers, Project Officers, Consultants, Technicians or Technical Officers may find it particularly useful. 

Your facilitator for this course

Jarrod Benson has provided business and communication training for the past 15 years for a variety of business, tertiary education and arts organisations. Jarrod delivers fundamental change in communication and attitudes through an energetic, and activity-based facilitation style informed by a professional career in the performing arts. Jarrod has taught at Melbourne University, La Trobe University, Swinburne University and Theatre Training Research Program, Singapore.