Successful Public Speaking

This course will provide you with some valuable Public Speaking skills, including in-depth information on creating an engaging program and powering your presentation.

After completion of this course, the candidate will be able to cover the following..

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  • Improved Confidence:

An online course on successful public speaking helps you develop confidence in your speaking abilities. Through practical exercises and techniques, you’ll learn how to overcome stage fright, deliver presentations with poise, and speak with conviction, boosting your overall self-assurance.

  •  Effective Communication Skills:

The course emphasizes the development of effective communication skills. You’ll learn how to structure your speeches, articulate ideas clearly, use persuasive language, and engage your audience, ensuring that your message is conveyed effectively and understood by your listeners.

  • Overcoming Fear and Anxiety:

Public speaking courses provide strategies for overcoming fear and anxiety associated with speaking in front of an audience. You’ll learn relaxation techniques, mental preparation methods, and positive self-talk, enabling you to manage and reduce performance anxiety.

  •  Engaging Presentation Techniques:

The course teaches you various techniques to make your presentations engaging and memorable. You’ll learn how to incorporate storytelling, visual aids, body language, and vocal variety to captivate your audience and leave a lasting impact.

  •  Enhanced Persuasive Skills:

Successful public speaking involves persuasive skills. The course equips you with techniques to persuade and influence your audience effectively. You’ll learn how to structure arguments, use rhetorical devices, and appeal to emotions, enhancing your ability to persuade and convince others.

  • Improved Critical Thinking:

Public speaking courses foster critical thinking skills. You’ll learn how to analyze information, synthesize ideas, and develop well-reasoned arguments, enabling you to present logical and well-supported viewpoints during your speeches.

  • Professional Presentation Skills:

The course focuses on developing professional presentation skills. You’ll learn how to dress appropriately, project professionalism, handle questions effectively, and manage time efficiently, ensuring that you present yourself as a competent and confident speaker.

  • Increased Leadership Opportunities:

Successful public speaking opens doors to leadership opportunities. By developing strong communication skills, you enhance your ability to inspire, influence, and lead others, positioning yourself for leadership roles within your organization or community.

  • Career Advancement:

Public speaking skills are highly valued in many professions. The course equips you with the ability to deliver compelling presentations, pitch ideas persuasively, and engage stakeholders effectively, increasing your chances of career advancement and professional growth.

  • Networking and Connection Building:

Public speaking courses provide opportunities for networking and connection building. Through speaking engagements, conferences, or online platforms, you can connect with like-minded individuals, industry professionals, and potential mentors, expanding your professional network.

  •  Increased Visibility and Recognition:

Successful public speaking elevates your visibility and recognition in your field. By delivering impactful presentations, you position yourself as an expert, gain credibility, and become known as a go-to speaker in your area of expertise.

  •  Improved Academic Performance:

Public speaking skills are beneficial in academic settings. The course helps you deliver confident and engaging presentations, enhancing your academic performance and enabling you to effectively communicate ideas and research findings.

  • Effective Storytelling:

Public speaking courses emphasize the power of storytelling. You’ll learn how to craft compelling narratives, use anecdotes, and evoke emotions through storytelling, making your presentations more engaging, memorable, and impactful.

  • Effective Audience Adaptation:

The course teaches you how to adapt your presentation style to different audiences. You’ll learn techniques to tailor your message, language, and delivery to connect with diverse audiences, ensuring that your speeches resonate with and engage your listeners.

  •  Improved Public Speaking Etiquette:

Public speaking courses cover public speaking etiquette and best practices. You’ll learn about appropriate language use, non-verbal cues, respect for cultural differences, and other etiquettes, ensuring that you present yourself professionally and respectfully to your audience.

  • Effective Presentation Design:

The course emphasizes effective presentation design. You’ll learn how to structure your slides, use visual aids effectively, and create visually appealing presentations that support and enhance your message, ensuring that your visuals complement your speech.

  • Impromptu Speaking Skills:

Successful public speaking includes the ability to speak confidently and eloquently on the spot. The course provides techniques for impromptu speaking, enabling you to think quickly, organize your thoughts, and deliver coherent and compelling responses in spontaneous situations.

  • Increased Self-Awareness:

Public speaking courses encourage self-reflection and self-awareness. You’ll receive feedback on your speaking style, strengths, and areas for improvement, helping you develop a deeper understanding of your communication skills and personal growth opportunities.

  •  Personal Growth:

Public speaking is a vehicle for personal growth and self-improvement. By challenging yourself to overcome public speaking fears and refine your skills, you develop resilience, confidence, and a growth mindset that can extend beyond the realm of public speaking.

  • Enhanced Overall Communication:

The benefits of successful public speaking extend to your overall communication skills. The course helps you become a more effective communicator in various contexts, such as meetings, interviews, and interpersonal interactions, enabling you to convey ideas with clarity, confidence, and impact.

Successful Public Speaking Modules

In this course, you will get 12 Modules which are describing all aspects greatly

  •  Module One: Getting Started
  1. Workshop Objectives
  2. Pre-Assignment Review
  • Module Two: Identifying Your Audience
  1. Performing a Needs Analysis
  2. Creating an Audience Profile
  3. Identifying Key Questions and Concerns
  4. Case Study
  • Module Three: Creating A Basic Outline
  1. Outlining the Situation
  2. Identifying the Task That Had to Be Performed
  3. Listing the Actions You Took
  4. Revealing the Results
  5. Case Study
  • Module Four: Organizing The Program
  1. Making Organization Easy
  2. Organizational Methods
  3. Classifying and Categorizing
  4. Case Study
  • Module Five: Fleshing It Out
  1. Identifying Appropriate Sources
  2. Establishing Credibility
  3. The Importance of Citations
  4. Case Study
  • Module Six: Putting It All Together
  1. Writing Your Presentation
  2. Adding a Plan B
  3. Reviewing, Editing, and Rewriting
  4. Case Study
  • Module Seven: Being Prepared
  1. Checking Out the Venue
  2. Gathering Materials
  3. A 24-Hour Checklist
  4. Case Study
  • Module Eight: Overcoming Nervousness
  1. A Visit from the Boss
  2. Preparing Mentally
  3. Physical Relaxation Techniques
  4. Appearing Confident in Front of the Crowd
  5. Case Study
  • Module Nine: Delivering Your Speech (I)
  1. Starting Off on the Right Foot
  2. Using Visual Aids
  3. Checking the Volume of Your Voice
  4. Case Study
  • Module Ten: Delivering Your Speech (II)
  1. Adjusting on the Fly
  2. Gauging Whether Breaks Are Required
  3. Wrapping Up and Winding Down
  4. Case Study
  • Module Eleven: Questions And Answers
  1. Ground Rules
  2. Answering Questions That Sound Like an Attack
  3. Dealing with Complex Questions
  4. Case Study
  • Module Twelve: Wrapping Up

Be Creative with Quizes

Each Module is finishing with its quiz & hence you will get to review your Modules in the form of 100 questions.

  • Module Two Review Questions
  1. What should prepare for a speech begin with?
  2. What should you try to let the audience know early in your speech?
  3. Which of these is not a question a needs analysis will answer?
  4. What do you need to ask yourself when focusing on the audience’s interest in your topic?
  5. Which of these will affect the tone of your speech?
  6. Which register is most commonly used by people in everyday conversation with acquaintances and people they have just met?
  7. When will it not hurt to include some jargon, as this may even make your speech that little bit more dynamic?
  8. Why is dealing with concerns during your speech preferable to a question and answer session?
  9. What will cause the audience to have a lot more trust that you can help provide solutions to problems, and that their position is understood and respected?
  10. What may help before delivering a speech or presentation?
  • Module Three Review Questions
  1. What is the main advantage of creating an outline?
  2. What is an effective way to introduce your speech?
  3. What is beneficial to make a reference to in a speech?
  4. Which of these statements is good advice about the introduction of your speech?
  5. What will be the organizing principle for the rest of your presentation?
  6. Which of these will help your wider presentation be set in a certain context, where the things you say will make sense?
  7. If a presentation contains a list of actions, what is the best way to present the list?
  8. Who is helped by the good structure in a speech?
  9. Which of these is a basic question whose answer can reveal the results of a project?
  10. How can the question of “What’s next?” be answered?
  • Module Four Review Questions
  1. Essentially, who are you giving your presentation for?
  2. Which of these is a good way to start your presentation?
  3. Which section of a speech is important for members of the audience who didn’t get the few key points you want them to take away from the presentation?
  4. What is the disadvantage of having a presentation that is too short?
  5. If your presentation is in danger of running overtime, what will need to be done?
  6. How many key points will most people be able to remember from a presentation?
  7. Which of these is one rule worth remembering when it comes to headings?
  8. How can a speaker help people come to grips with complex topics?
  9. What does the introduction of smaller topics allow for?
  10. Which balance is essential to a presentation flowing naturally?
  • Module Five Review Questions
  1. How can you build credibility with an audience?
  2. What is one way to evaluate reliability with internet resources?
  3. What is a good suggestion when using Wikipedia for your speech?
  4. If you make one factually incorrect statement, what could be the result?
  5. If you want to keep the audience’s attention on what you are saying, how is it advisable to appear?
  6. Which of these is extremely helpful when it comes to making your points effectively?
  7. Which of these statements is not a helpful tip for establishing credibility?
  8. Which of these is not a trusted group that is often cited in presentations?
  9. When it comes to discovering information on any subject, what is always a sensible move?
  10. What is the benefit of having more evidence to back up a statement?
  • Module Six Review Questions
  1. Which of these is not good advice for putting together all the pieces of your presentation?
  2. Which of these is considered boring and makes it difficult to build a rapport with the audience?
  3. What is the disadvantage of constantly referring to notes?
  4. If you wish to write out any part of your speech or memorize it word for word, what is the best thing to do?
  5. How do skillful speakers treat unexpected problems?
  6. What should good public speakers always be ready for?
  7. Which of these statements is true about having a Plan B?
  8. Which of these questions have to do with content and organization?
  9. Which of these is about getting all your ideas on to the page and ensuring that they are coherently presented?
  10. Which of these is not helpful advice when it comes to rewriting and editing?
  • Module Seven Review Questions
  1. Which of these is not an important purpose of preparation?
  2. How can you look ahead to the presentation and get an impression of how it should and will go?
  3. What can the right amount and the right kind of preparation ensure?
  4. Which of these is not something to look for when checking out the venue for a presentation?
  5. What will allow you to foresee any problems and either amend your speech or make alternative arrangements?
  6. If you cannot get access to the venue prior to your presentation, what should you do?
  7. Which of these statements is true about using handouts?
  8. Which of these is the benefit of giving a handout?
  9. Which of these should be on your checklist for the presentation?
  10. Which of these should be on your checklist for logistics?
  • Module Eight Review Questions
  1. Which of these is true of nervousness?
  2. What can happen if you come across as too nervous during your speech?
  3. Which of these is a good response to a boss who says, “You might run into some strong opposition in this meeting”?
  4. What will typically happen if you go into a presentation on the defensive?
  5. Which of these statements is not good advice about mental preparation?
  6. In many cases, what is the most emotionally charged part of it?
  7. What is something that can be destructive if you allow it?
  8. Which of these is a step in progressive muscle relaxation?
  9. Which of these can improve your self-confidence?
  10. What is the most important thing to remember in order to deliver the most confident presentation?
  • Module Nine Review Questions
  1. Which of these is not a good piece of advice when it comes to delivering your speech?
  2. is the purpose of an opening of a presentation?
  3. What is worth it to open with during your presentation?
  4. In most cases, how long should an opening of your presentation be?
  5. Which of these is a benefit of using visual aids?
  6. What makes a presentation more memorable to the audience and will allow the presenter to make his or her points more completely?
  7. Which statement is good advice about using visual aids?
  8. If you find that you need to shout to make yourself heard in the back of the room, what do you need?
  9. Which of these statements are not true of a speaker who is too quiet?
  10. During a presentation, when should you keep your statements to a minimum?
  • Module Ten Review Questions
  1. Which of these is a question that you’ll want to ask yourself during the course of your presentation?
  2. When it’s time to wrap up the presentation, what will you need to remind people about?
  3. Which of these is an adjustment you can make if the audience is losing interest?
  4. What does it typically mean if your audience looks pained and confused?
  5. Which of these is wise to avoid?
  6. When you tell people to take a break, what exactly do you need to make clear?
  7. Which presentations generally do not require a break?
  8. If there are some stragglers who take a little bit more time to arrive back, what would be beneficial to do?
  9. Which of these is not a good way to end your presentation?
  10. What should you tell people in the presentation who have follow-up questions?
  • Module Eleven Review Questions
  1. What would happen if you were to answer questions with flip, dismissive answers?
  2. Which of these is an opportunity for you to get information into the presentation that you could not address due to overall time constraints?
  3. At the end of your presentation when you ask if anyone has any questions but no one does, what should you do?
  4. When is it beneficial to allow questions at regular intervals?
  5. How should you respond when the question from the audience sounds like an attack?
  6. Which of these statements is a good response to a question that sounds like an attack?
  7. Which of these is not good advice for answering questions that sound like an attack?
  8. Which of these is a helpful tip for listening to a complex question?
  9. Which of these is not a helpful tip for answering a complex question?
  10. What is hugely important in a presentation?

  • What is the requirement for this course?

The course is open to anyone who is interested in learning more about the subject matter, and there are no specific entry requirements to enroll.

  • What much Time I need to Spend for completion of this course?

The course is divided into different modules, with an average study time ranging from 20 to 90 minutes per module as per your convenience. While you have the flexibility to allocate your preferred amount of time to each module, after buying you will have lifetime access to the course so you can log in and out of the course as per your schedule.

  • When and Where I can Study this Course?

You can study this course at any time and anywhere of your choice, you have the convenience of logging in and out of the web-based course as often as you need. The course is compatible with all devices, including computers, tablets, and smartphones, allowing you to study even while on the go.

  • How I can Pay for this Couse?

To make a payment for this course, you have the option to use several payment methods including Visa, MasterCard, and PayPal account. The website employs the latest SSL encryption technology to ensure that your payment details are kept safe and secure. All payments are processed securely by PayPal, providing an added layer of protection for your peace of mind.

  • How soon I can have access to the course material?

You will have access to the course immediately after you make the payment. You will receive email confirmation of payment at the same time with full access to the course material.

  • Can I earn a Certificate at the end of the course?

That’s Right! At the completion of the course, we will earn a Professional Certificate that can be a valuable addition to your career and personal achievements. This certificate will serve as evidence of the knowledge and skills you have gained through the course, and can help you demonstrate your expertise to current or potential employers.

  • What is the validity of the Certificate?

Certificate is your achievement, which will remain with you forever. It doesn’t have any expiry or need any renewal. Enjoy the Course and Good Luck.


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Identifying Your Audience

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Performing A Needs Analysis

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Creating An Audience Profile

If your audience is well-educated, you can use very sophisticated vocabulary. If they are not, then you need to keep things simple.

Learn Creating A Basic Outline

The main benefit of creating an outline is that it helps you organize your thoughts. The audience gets it when the presentation is well organized. They are more likely to think that the speaker is fully aware of the matter and has given some thought to how to present it.

Learn Writing Your Presentation

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Delivering Your Speech

Start strongly by preparing an opening that will attract the attention of the audience.
Here are some simple steps to help you improve the presentation of your presentation:


Starting Off On The Right Foot

The opening should be very brief, in most cases one to two minutes. In that short time, you need to present yourself


Using Visual Aids

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Checking The Volume Of Your Voice

The more people in a room, the more likely you are to speak out loud. People accidentally make noise by moving around in their seats or changing papers.

Workshop Objectives

Research has consistently demonstrated that learning becomes easier and faster when clear objectives are associated with learning. At the end of this workshop, participants will be able to:

Identify their audience
Identifying Key Questions and Concerns

Organize their ideas
Flesh out their presentation

Find the right words
Prepare all the details

Overcome nervousness
Deliver a polished, professional speech

Handle questions and comments effectively Creating an Audience Profile

Identifying Appropriate Sources
Establishing Credibility

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