The way that you look and the way that you act determines what people think about you, especially at the workplace.  If you wear wrinkled clothing and present to a group of people, they will think that you do not care no matter how good your presentation is.  In the modern business world, excellent presentation skills will often add a credible dimension to the presenter-audience relationship.  Developing the confidence and capability to give good presentations, and to dress well and speak well in front of audience, are extremely helpful competencies for self-development and social situations.

How To Make Valuable Presentations In Style is a two-day programme that introduces proper clothing choices, grooming, and positive body language and presentation skills. It is designed help you increase confidence in presenting in front of an audience.   




As a result of attending this course, you will be able to:

1)      Project a credible and professional image at work

2)     Create engaging presentations and express valuable contents

3)     Overcome presentation anxiety

4)     Use your voice and present with impact




Duration:      2 Days

Time:             09:00 hr to 18:00 hr




Single Rate (1 pax):  SGD548.00

Buddy Rate (2 pax): SGD998.00


Participants will receive a comprehensive training workbook that doubles as an open course manual and receive a value pack worth S$200.00.




This programme consists of 2 parts, namely:  

I) Dress Your Best

·         Brand Yourself With Colours

·         Image Enhancers And Image Breakers

·         The Five Images Of Communication

·         Colleagues’ And Trainer’s Feedback

·         Conclusion

II) Present Your Best

·         The Structure And Flow Of A Great Presentation

·         How To Enhance Your Voice Image And Be Credible 

·         How To Build Immediate Rapport Non-Verbally

·         The Five-Step Approach To Presentation Design

·         General Design Principles

·         The Three R’s Of De-Cluttering Presentation Content

·         Skills Practice   

·         Colleagues’ and Trainer’s feedback

·         Conclusion