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Instructor-led course

Provided by: Schools of Physical Sciences & Technology


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Presenting with Impact


Description

This workshop will develop skills to become more confident, credible and engaging as a presenter. Starting with presentation theory and technique, part one is about understanding the tools you need to be engaging and become more confident.

Part two, that will take place a week after part one, is practice and coaching in a small group. You will be asked to deliver a two-minute presentation and try out alternative techniques to find your unique style and show how you can use this to inform your audiences.

You will be able to book for Part two part of the workshop after attending the first part. It will be open only to few students, and it is not compulsory.

Target audience
  • Priority given to PhD Students in Department of Materials Science & Metallurgy
  • PhD students in the School of Physical Sciences
  • Further details regarding eligibility criteria are here
Aims

To provide an introduction to:

  • Presentation objectives
  • Body language
  • First impressions
  • Using your voice
  • Hooks and closing
  • Handling nerves
  • Managing your audience
  • Recovery strategies
Format

Presentations, demonstrations and practicals

Duration

Half day session with half day follow up session

Themes

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