Put Power in Your Points Online Course – Improve Your PowerPoint Skills

1 Hour

A bespoke course, at a venue and date of your choice.

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Delivering presentations in an impactful and engaging way is a valuable business skill – but every successful PowerPoint presentation begins with a powerful set of slides. 

Through a highly interactive session, we explore the strengths and weaknesses of various example slides, show you some effective slide creation techniques, and provide you with the opportunity to create your own slides and receive constructive feedback. 

If your role requires you to present to people, and you want to learn how to create interesting slides that will hold your audience’s attention and have a lasting impact, this presentation skills training course will enable you to achieve that.

What you’ll learn

By the end of the programme you’ll be able to:

  • Describe how to create clear and concise PowerPoint slides
  • Create interesting and engaging slides using graphics and pictures
  • Describe how to improve use of text and bullets
  • List top tips for best practice when creating slides

What’s covered 

PowerPoint skills

  • Exploring strengths and weakness in example slides
  • Takahashi method of slide creation
  • Kawasaki method of slide creation
  • Guidelines for creating slides with impact
  • Participants have time to create or amend their own slides
  • Feedback on success of slides from group and trainer
  • Top tips

Customer Testimonials

The training event was held in a relaxed atmosphere making the process of learning something new less stressful. The canteen and break area was fantastic and the variety of food selection was brilliant. The seating area and classroom could not be faulted.

Pryoban Limited

Doug Chapman

Course Leader

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