Speech Presentation skills

2 Days

Public speaking is a required skill to go ahead in your career. Speech Presentation skills course teaches important aspects of communication. It guides students through proven steps to enhance the effectiveness of their speech. It will enable students to employ communication techniques that appeal to the senses and experiences of their audience. Upon successful completion of this subject, the student will be able to effectively plan, structure, and organize technical information for presentation to various audiences, employ communication techniques that appeal to the senses and experiences of his/her audience, demonstrate the value of the guidelines that this subject provides, understand and follow the concepts of culture, usability, and strategic planning in the presentation of professional-related documents, present the results of studies/investigations accurately and reliably in a presentation or seminar format, listen and contribute effectively in group discussions and other team activities and also plan and deliver presentations, using audio-visual support.



public speaking

A gateway into any profession and one of most important positions in an Organization

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Entry requirements

  • High School Diploma or Equivalent
  • Age must be 18 years or above
  • English Proficiency

Course structure and modules

  • Public Speaking Overview
  • Ethics & Audience Analysis
  • Delivery and Communication Anxiety
  • Listening
  • Selecting a Topic, Purpose and Central Idea
  • Gathering Support Materials
  • Organization and Strategic Message Design
  • Persuasive Speaking
  • Visual Aids
  • Group Communication

Career opportunities

Speech communication skills have much more importance in Canada whether in public institutions or in career starting organizations. One having a course or diploma in certain subjects can get more job opportunities easily all across Canada. After a successful completion of Speech Presentation skills, students can acquire the chance of a better and brighter career in Canada for the following positions:

  • Communication officer.
  • Social media manager or Coordinator.
  • Press secretary.
  • Customer service representative.
  • Sales assistant.
  • Chat specialist.
  • HR Assistant.
  • Service desk clerk.
  • Events and Engagement Coordinator.
  • Manual Writer and, plenty more.