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Intensive presentation skills training with guaranteed results

Need some presentation skills training NOW? Got a conference or interview that needs prepping for yesterday?

Even if your organisational skills have let you down you don’t have to let your presentation skills follow suit.  Award-winning Simply Amazing Training’s Intensive Presentation Skills course will turn you into a confident and compelling speaker in just one weekend.

Condensed from the company’s sought-after eight week training course the intensive one-to-one training is aimed at high-flying executives who need to make an impression – whether it’s at an international conference or an important interview – and quickly.

The course offers immediate and lasting results and is targeted at two different types of business people. The first are those who are terrified of public speaking and need to tame their public speaking “monkeys” (all will be revealed over the course of the weekend!) and the second are those who are already confident speakers but need to ramp it up to the next level for a crucial event.

Run by one of our licensed practitoners, every single course is unique to the individual. In addition to working intensively on your specific presentation you will also take away techniques that will be useful for future business projects.

The course takes place in Bournemouth and consists of three half-day intensive coaching sessions at a time to suit between Friday and Sunday. You will need to leave time for preparation and mini-assignments in between but the seaside setting offers the perfect opportunity to forget work and focus on the job in hand or perhaps treat the family to a weekend away!

Dee Clayton

Posted by Dee Clayton on 4 Jan 2016

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