“The best course I have done in my 3 years as a PhD student.  Excellent!  Good balance of doing activities and listening.  And, unlike other courses I’ve done, actual hands-on help and guidance on what to do and how to change and improve was given.”  –  Participant, Southampton University

For more information about our Presentation Training workshops, costs and how to book, please contact us.

We are experts in training people to present and communicate ideas with confidence in front of an audience.

We run full day and half day presentation training workshops. Each person is different, which is why we encourage participants to find and develop their own style of presentation. Our sessions are challenging, but participants take away a real feeling of being empowered to present confidently and fluently in public.

A Big Wheel presentation training workshop provides:

  • Good and bad presentations by Big Wheel actors to illustrate presenting do’s and don’ts
  • Games and exercises to sharpen the participant’s awareness of their strengths and weaknesses
  • Practical advice on breathing and voice exercises
  • The opportunity for participants to try things out and receive plenty of individual feedback.

We offer four presentation workshops which we perform regularly:

  • Corporate and Public Sector – no more Death By Powerpoint! After a day with Big Wheel, you will bring fantastic energy into every conference, every sales pitch, every board meeting. Clients include Roche, the FSA, and the NHS.
  • Teachers – our teacher-training sessions are extremely popular. Fun and surprising, teachers across the UK and  Europe have found our drama-based methods inspiring and useful
  • Academics: Graduate Research Presentations – We particularly cater for graduate groups with very varied levels of fluency in speaking English. Clients include the universities of Southampton, Manchester and Liverpool.
  • Academics: How to Lecture – We work with lecturers on a range of issues they feel hinder their lectures being useful and enjoyable.As well as presentation skills we look at other ideas, including the use of handouts, and the pro’s and cons of communication between lecturers and students via e-mail and social network sites.

 

 
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