Course Code TOS
Duration 6 Days / 48 Hours
Fees 2490 $
This program offers you the basics needed to be a fluent and organized speaker, so that it becomes easier to achieve familiarity with learners, convince others and influence them, in addition to dealing with unexpected situations and questions. This program also works on helping experienced trainers and speakers to master their skills in delivery and presentation. Moreover, you will learn what the expert speakers do to create an inspiring and actuated speeches, how they use imagination and inspiration and increase pleasure in the classroom in addition to dealing with difficult learners and many other things. All of this through models providing you with procedures adopted gradually, in addition to creative ideas and techniques.
Who is this program for?
This program is directed at trainers, teachers, speakers, training designers and all administrators who want to develop, enhance and master their presentation skills.
At the end of this training program, each learner will be able to:
- Employ effective speaking skills.
- Meet the five needs of the audience.
- Deal with six special speaking cases.
- Attract the audience by using seven sentences indicating their interests.
- Improve the use of voice skills.
- Improve body language skills in diction.
- Formulate an effective introduction and conclusion.
- Build familiarity with learners.
- Use twelve techniques to build his self-confidence for being a speaker.
- Prepare the speech by using simple steps.
- Analyze the audience before, during and after training.
- Motivate learners by using simple techniques.
- Distinguish between the five most commonly used communication levels.
- Describe the eleven most important factors affecting the way the individual receives a message and understands it.
- Describe the most efficient seven-factor communication model.
- Distinguish between the three types of noise in the class and deal with them.
- Describe the responsibilities of the moral speaker and listener.
- Increase participation and cooperation among learners.
- Apply the principles of non-verbal communication.
- Enhance participation and cooperation in learning.
- Divide the speech into main ideas.
- Use the “4S,s Strategy” for developing the main ideas.
- Avoid plagiarism.
- Distinguish between the three influential models and others.
- Use the three-level pyramid of persuasion.
- Design persuasive speech that influences the audience’s positions.
- Design to push the audience to change its behaviors.
- Design inspiring speech.
- The six strategies for persuasive speech.
- Build three types of speaker credibility.
- Design four techniques to enhance the emotional appeal in persuasive speech.
- Refute the arguments in four smart steps.
- Design the arguments’ models: by using an example, analogy, cause, deduction, or authority.
- Avoid the arguments’ fallacies.
- Design persuasive speechs by using Monroe's motivated sequence.
- Using the debate style smoothly.
- Design using the techniques of “the problem and its solution” and “the need and the plan to meet it”.
- Attract the audience’s attention using seven brief techniques.
- Deal with resistance.
- Prevent the emergence of problems.
- Deal with difficult learners.
What You Will Learn?
An Introduction to Public Speaking
Why studying public speaking.
The five most commonly used communication levels.
The eleven most important factors affecting the way the individual receives a message and understands it.
The most efficient and commonly used seven-factor communication model.
The three types of noise in the class, and dealing with them.
Eight skills needed for the trainer as a critical thinker.
The thirteen common problems that have been observed during the first courses.
The Ethics of Trainer
Defining the trainer’s ethics and their principles.
The moral speaker’s seven responsibilities.
The moral listener’s four responsibilities.
Four guidelines for clean legal use.
Five rules to avoid plagiarism.
Twelve ways to build the speaker’s confidence.
Nine guidelines to reduce tension and anxiety.
Seven simple steps for the speeches preparation process.
Fifty questions helping you prepare your first speech.
More than ten challenges that face new trainers and how to succeed in dealing with them.
Eight main reasons for the courses’ failure.
Four main factors to motivate the learners.
More than twenty techniques to help motivate the learners.
The most important advice to overcome boredom in the classroom.
How to create an environment full of fun.
Listening & Hearing
Eleven features of listening and how to take advantage of them.
The six steps of the listening process.
Five obstacles to listening and how to overcome them easily.
Nine guidelines to improve listening.
How to present criticism in a professional manner.
The four guidelines needed for interaction and criticism.
Five basic skills for efficient listening.
Analyzing Your Audience
The three necessary things that you need to focus on with your audience.
How to analyze the audience before, during and after training.
The seven basic characteristics of your audience that you must analyze.
The four elements that form your audience’s psychology.
How to meet the five needs of the audience.
How to deal with six special speaking cases.
How to do analysis after speech.
Attract the audience by using seven sentences indicating their interests.
Nine techniques to motivate the learners.
Seventeen important tips to increase the learner’s confidence and self-appreciation.
Twenty-five tips to increase participation and cooperation.
Delivering Your Speech
The basic principles of speech.
The principles of non-verbal communication and how to benefit from them.
Four basic techniques for speech.
Changing the voice effect in order to enhance the meaning of your message professionally.
Using gestures and movements to enhance your message.
Using the body in a highly professional manner.
How to use you appearance in front of learners.
Ten important tips for visual communication.
Using your movements and gestures in a way that enhances your message.
Nearly thirty skills of speaking to learners.
Organizing the Body of Your Speech
Formulating the question organized for speech.
Dividing speech into main ideas.
Using the mnemonic division.
Nine techniques to provide pleasure in the class.
“4S,s Strategy” for developing the main ideas.
Four basic models of phrases to link the speech.
How to use the topical, chronological, spatial or causal division in speech.
Using the pro–con style.
How to use the technique of “the problem and its solution” in organizing speech.
Using the technique of “the need–plan”.
Introducing and Concluding Your Speech
Arranging the five functions for an efficient introduction.
How to establish importance for your topic.
How to establish your credibility to speak on your topic.
Fifty ice-breaking techniques.
Seven techniques to attract the audience’s attention.
The three components of an effective conclusion.
Well-organized steps to plan speech.
The Strategy of Persuasion
Three types to influence others.
How to use the three-level pyramid of persuasion.
How to design the persuasive speech that influences the audience’s positions.
How do you push audience to change its behaviors.
Designing inspiring speech.
The six strategies for persuasive speech.
Three types of speaker credibility and how to build them.
Four strategies to show merit.
Four techniques to enhance the emotional appeal in persuasive speech.
The Structure of Persuasion
The three steps of an argument
The four-step strategy to refute the argument.
Five models for arguments: by using an example, analogy, cause, deduction, or authority.
The most common ten fallacies in arguments and how to avoid them.
How to choose propositions for persuasive speechs.
Three models for propositions: propositions for fact, value, and policy.
Monroe's five-step motivated sequence.
Important speech issues
Determining the verbal behavior of groups and how to deal with it.
Interpreting non-verbal expressions.
Negative styles from trainees.
How to manage the dialogue with trainees.
Three strategies for dealing and resisting learners.