Thursday, July 22, 2010

Do you need to be an effec­tive train­er, pre­sen­ter or facil­i­ta­tor?

I do not like standing up in front of a crowd, but seated at a table I can present my ideas just fine. Why is that? I know lots of people on both sides of the “speaker” spectrum, and they all say/need the same thing: practice, practice, practice.

Participants in our Presentation Skills course learn to speak/present more effectively in a stand-up or round-table environment. This interactive class includes the basic principles of effective presentations, such as:
  • style
  • how to prepare and rehearse
  • how to com­mu­ni­cate clearly and per­sua­sively with management, cus­tomers and employees
  • the importance of audience interaction
  • how to respond constructively to questions
  • how to deliver engag­ing train­ing ses­sions, workshops and meeting presentations

Are you a sub­ject mat­ter expert who needs to share your knowledge with management or staff? This course will help you develop skills as a facil­i­ta­tor to run effec­tive and pro­duc­tive meet­ings – even in highly charged conditions.

This workshop allows participant to practice a variety of presentation styles, and includes critiquing presentation effectiveness and style.

Class size is limited to allow for group participation, and space is still available. The next class is Thursday, July 29th – Register today!

Becoming a Safety & Health Specialist
This course is part of ESC’s Safety & Health Specialist certification program, which is designed to provide participants with a solid foundation of knowledge in safety-related skills and activities. Each participant learns the state and federal health and safety regulations affecting all organizations. Successful completion of the entire training series prepares the participant to perform basic safety and health duties for the employer with confidence.

The SHS program consists of 22 safety and health topics, taught in 15 training sessions. Each session is one day in length, covering one or two subjects. Classes are open to everyone without prerequisites or commitment to the total program. You can simply attend the classes that interest you, or complete the entire series to be certified as a Safety and Health Specialist.

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