CMI Unit 320 Presenting for Success
Presenting for success at work is a useful skill for many team leaders and supervisors. You may be required to deliver formal presentations to colleagues and customers or informal presentations during meetings. Either way, it’s essential to feel confident to put your message across in a professional way.
About this course
This course will help you to plan and prepare presentations that make you stand out for all of the right reasons. It will help you to build your confidence by minimising the risk of things going wrong. You will learn to design and deliver presentations that engage audiences and build your credibility. You will also learn techniques to develop your own natural style of delivery and handles nerves before and during presentations.
This course is suitable for people who are new to presenting or have some experience but want to boost their confidence.
- Know the purpose of presentations and the methods used to meet the needs of a target audience
- Understand what is required to be a successful presenter
- Understand how to plan, deliver and review presentations
- Be able to plan and deliver a presentation to a target audience
- Be able to reflect on the outcomes of the delivery of a presentation
1.1 Explain the purpose of presentations within business settings
1.2 Outline the methods used to deliver presentations to meet the needs of different target audiences
2.1 Assess the use of different styles for delivering a presentation to meet the needs of a target audience
2.2 Assess the skills and abilities of an effective presenter
2.3 Explain how challenges to delivering presentations can be overcome
2.4 Explain techniques for overcoming fear and anxiety when delivering a presentation
3.1 Outline the activities required when planning a presentation
3.2 Compare methods for reviewing the delivery of a presentation
3.3 Discuss the range of follow-up activities required after a presentation
4.1 Produce a plan to deliver a presentation to a target audience
4.2 Deliver a presentation to a target audience
5.1 Review own performance in delivering a presentation
5.2 Identify opportunities for developing own presentation skills
Scott Whibley - Sunseeker International