Presentation Skills Training

About the Course

The course will benefit anyone tasked with preparing and delivering a presentation to colleagues, customers, or management.


The course will provide tips and techniques to systematically deliver an interesting but effective presentation.

The course will raise the personal confidence of participants.

The course is entirely practical, developing skills that are required on an ongoing basis.

The course also introduces financial considerations for loans and other borrowings.

To complement the "Presentation skills" course, for participants who are unfamiliar with PowerPoint, a further day-long course is available, that will illustrate and demonstrate how to prepare a PowerPoint presentation.

The course will also provide practical tips and techniques to participants to enable them to prepare and edit their own PowerPoint presentations.


Duration 2 days

To request dates for training courses contact us.

Skillnet courses are eligible for funding. The size of allowance is dependent on your training needs analysis.


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Contents of Presentation Skills Programme

Course content:

  Types of communication methods.                                                    

  Typical presentation.

  Stages of delivery.

  How to grab the attention of the audience, and keep it.

  Overcoming your own fears and nervousness.

  Handling objections and interruptions.

  Developing your self-confidence as a presenter.

  Case study - preparing your own presentation.       


Skills demonstration

This will assess a wide range of practical based learning outcomes including practical skills and knowledge. The participant will be required to complete a Presentation that demonstrate a range of skills.


Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transoprt Certificate of Completion

CILT Skillnet is funded by member companies and the Training Networks Programme, an initiative of Skillnets Ltd. funded from the National Training Fund through the Department of Education and Skills