Apply now to get your spot in March!
This one-day presentation course looks at all the factors that affect how confidently you deliver any presentation in English, anywhere.
It will help you look forward to your next presentation instead of wishing you were still under the duvet.
The course offers simple, easy to practise tools to help you cope with nerves, get your message across memorably, structure your material for the best impact and make a presentation to audiences of various sizes.
It is fun and effective with plenty of opportunities to practise!
- What already works about you as a presenter?
- Developing a unique individual style
- Understanding what happens with mind and body in front of an audience
- Improving voice and body language
- Enlivening your presentation
- Maintaining confidence and handling nerves
The course is ideal for professionals who use the English language in their working environment. Both native and non-native speakers can apply but a good standard of English is required.
Date and Price:
Saturday the 12th of March 2016, 10:00-16:00. Venue in central Stockholm to be confirmed. Cost 3000kr.
How to apply:
Please send your application including a short presentation of yourself and your level of English and experience as a presenter to info@sestcompany. The maximum number of participants is 12, so the sooner you apply the better your chance of joining the course. We look forward to hearing from you!
The coaching is conducted by SEST founders Ingela Lundh and Kristina Leon, both of whom haveÂ extensive experience from their respective training as well as in audition technique and voice work from the UK. Kristina trained at The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama and Ingela at East 15 Acting School and with the acclaimed voice teacher Patsy Rodenburg, OBE. Ingela has also worked as voice coach and consultant with the leadership consultancy company Edward Lynx. SEST’s methods involve freeing up voices that have gone into ‘hiding’ and discovering the full potential of the natural voice and pitch as well as exercises to improve body language.