Presentation Skills Workshop (term 4) – Semester 2

$30.00$40.00

Description: The workshop’s main objective is to teach attendees how to remain natural whilst delivering an important presentation or speech. The workshop will not cover the latest technology in visual aids, given that the emphasis is on the presenter, not the aids. Students will be provided with worksheets to aid teaching; and will be required to deliver two presentations during the course: one of a social nature, and one more serious. The course is not intended for people who are not required, or willing, to deliver a presentation or speech (see Further Details below).
Requirements: Pen or pencil. A small photocopy fee will be collected from class members in the first week.
Tutor: Herb Munks
Duration: 8 weeks (term 4)
Start Date: 8th October 2024
Day & Time: Tuesday 9.45 – 11.45 am

Semester one 2024 enrolments are now closed. Semester two enrolments will open 9.30 am Tuesday 16th July. 
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Description

Crèche: The crèche is not available for this session.

This course is suitable for those who are called upon to deliver “casual” presentations or speeches in a family setting, in the community, at sports clubs, their children’s school, or their church; as well as business people and professionals.

Introducing the tutor, Herb Munks: Herb joined Shell Toastmasters lunchtime club whilst working for Shell Oil in Houston Texas. He completed requirements for Toastmasters International’s highest accreditation, Distinguished Toastmaster (DTM), in the minimum 4 year time frame. While working at Woodside in the Pilbara Herb went on to found the Karratha Toastmaster Club which met at the Karratha College. The College then asked him to design a two day presentation skills workshop for Managers and Supervisors working for Corporations in the Pilbara. Herby successfully delivered the workshop as scheduled by the College. He has now adapted his workshop to be delivered in eight 2 hour sessions at KLC.
In Herby’s view, there are good and bad presentations, because there are good and bad presenters. Herby’s main objective is to teach participants how to deliver effective presentations whilst remaining natural; and above all, to have fun doing so!

Herb Munks