Two-Day Presentation Skills Training Course for £54 at Advance Forward HNLP
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Advance Forward HNLP
HNLP training company Range of courses for business and social situations Melton Business Park location Two days of intensive training Covers presenting with confidence and clarity Speech and raconteur skills Suitable for business and social pitches and speeches Interactive group discussions and written and verbal studies
The Fine PrintMust book by 1 September 2012.
Valid on 29-30 October 2012 only. Limit 1 per person. May buy multiple as gifts. No cancellation policy; the Groupon will be forfeited if cancelled once booked. Under-18s must be accompanied by an adult. Course times: 10.30am-5.30 pm. Valid at Melton Business Park, Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire (HU14 3HH). Total course approximately 14 hours.
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While fishermen are content sitting on silence on leafy banks, their forays into public speaking are notorious for reeling in the crowds. Deliver stronger lines with today’s Groupon: £54 for a two-day presentation skills course from Advance Forward HNLP. Helping pupils open the windows of their minds and let in advice-filled fresh air, the dedicated tutors at Advance Forward HNLP champion the importance of communication. The team offer intensive courses on creating positive changes in life and business in Melton Business Park. Aiming to alter mental and emotional patterns and forge fresh new attitudes, they provide a range of workshops designed to assist interpretation of others' behaviour. Over the course of two days, attendees will learn how to present with more clarity and confidence in business pitches and training sessions, as well as socially required speeches. Learning how to tweak the atmosphere in a room, students will aim to become easier on the ears through group discussions, and written and verbal studies. Areas covered:Building rapport with the audience Setting the stage and anchoring Using sensory skills to determine audience attention Language to help deliver all-important information Categories of satire Embedding commands into language Body language, tonality, and choice of words The use of loops, metaphors, and stories