Confident Communication | 2 Feb 2022

Confident Communication with Sandie Miller

This Confident Communication course is designed to ensure that you leave the day with more confidence than you started.

Sandie has over 30 years’ experience in working with corporate, public and third sector clients including several government departments, academic institutions and media organisations. She is a graduate of Manchester University and of the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art. She worked as professional actor for 10 years before becoming a full-time trainer and coach.

Learning Outcomes

  • At the end of this course you will have been given feedback as to how you come across and what small changes you can make to increase your personal impact
  • You will have looked at the critical ingredients of excellent communication
  • You will experience how to use your body, breath and voice in order to own your space and manage nerves
  • You will have acquired a new and exciting opening to engage your audience immediately

Who should attend this course?

  • Anyone who needs to improve their communication skills in order to portray their best self
  • Anyone who needs to communicate ideas and content to a mixed audience
  • Anyone who wants to be perceived as having more impact in meetings and presentations
  • There are no prerequisites for the course

What to expect

  • A balance of theoretical and practical work
  • The experience of giving a short presentation and getting instant feedback
  • Some theatre-based exercises to enable you to free your voice and body to gain increased impact.
  • Delegates should be able to be in a quiet space where they are able to move a little and to make sound
  • Cameras must be on at all times if at all possible.
Delivery: Online (live)
Level: Intermediate
Course Dates : 2nd February 2022
Day & Time:
Week Days
What is included:
Digital courseware
Digital Recording
Printed courseware
Extra revision sessions
Venue: Virtual Live Meeting
Starts: February 2022
Duration: 1 day or less

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