Would you love to be more confident and feel more like yourself when you give a presentation?
Then come along to SPEECH, a one day open public speaking course, on Wednesday 6th December.
Places are limited, so book your place by Tuesday 28th November!
This workshop blends theory with practical speaking exercises.
By the end of the course you’ll be able to:
- Prepare a talk at short notice using a simple structure that works
- Connect with an audience
- Design a presentation with commanding beginnings and powerful endings
- Use the power of story-telling to bring your talk to life
- Avoid the pitfalls of PowerPoint
When is it?
It’s on Wednesday 6th December from 09.00 – 17.00 hrs.
Where is it?
It’s at Hotel Eyja, Brautarholt 10, Reykjavik.
How much is it?
It’s 49,990 Kr. per person. for SAF members
What do I get for that?
You receive an 8 hour course, a course folder containing all the theory covered, tea, coffee, and sparkling water throughout the day and a delicious, healthy lunch. Please note this course is taught in English.
How many people are on the course?
The course is for a maximum of 10 people, meaning you’ll get supportive feedback in a small group.
How do I sign up for the course?
Send an email to email@example.com to reserve your place by Tuesday 28th November.
Who’s running the course?
Your coach is Mica Allan from the UK. Mica is a qualified teacher and trainer and has a B.A. in English and Education, a first class Master’s degree in International Education and a Master’s degree in Social Research Methods.
Mica has been delivering communication skills training to Iceland’s top companies for 10 years. She coaches leaders and senior managers in public speaking and designs presentations for them, has coached speakers for TEDxReykjavik, and writes a blog on how you can develop your communication skills. Mica’s training consistently receives high evaluations: 92% of participants say her training is excellent for improving their skills and at the University of Iceland her teaching skills have scored 4.9/5 from students. You can find out more about Mica here and you can get some terrific tips on public speaking here and here.