Presentation Training

We run presentation training sessions for small groups of people from organisations and businesses.

Presentation Training

Training to present on camera is increasingly crucial in today’s digital age, where online communication and video content have become pervasive across various platforms. The ability to effectively present on camera is essential for several reasons:

 

 

  • 1. Professionalism and Credibility
    Presenting confidently and professionally on camera enhances your credibility and portrays a positive image to your audience. It reflects a level of expertise and competence in your field.
  • 2. Audience Engagement
    Effective on-camera presentation skills help in capturing and maintaining your audience’s attention. Engaging presentations can influence viewers, convey your message more effectively, and leave a lasting impact.
  • 3. Effective Communication
    On-camera training teaches you how to structure and deliver your content in a clear, concise, and organized manner. It helps you communicate your ideas, thoughts, or information effectively to your target audience.
  • 4. Versatility and Adaptability
    Learning how to present on camera allows you to adapt to different platforms and formats, such as live streams, webinars, vlogs, social media videos, and interviews. Being versatile in these mediums is crucial for reaching a broader audience.
  • 5. Building Personal Brand
    Whether you’re a business professional, content creator, or educator, presenting on camera helps in building your personal brand. Consistent and effective on-camera presence can establish you as an authority in your niche.
  • 6. Global Reach
    The internet allows you to connect with a global audience. Effective on-camera skills enable you to communicate and resonate with people from diverse backgrounds and cultures, broadening your reach and impact.
  • 7. Enhanced Storytelling
    Presenting on camera provides an opportunity to master the art of storytelling, making your content more engaging and relatable. Engaging storytelling can create an emotional connection with your viewers.
  • 8. Confidence and Self-Expression
    Training to present on camera helps build confidence in speaking, expressing ideas, and showcasing your personality. Overcoming stage fright or camera shyness is a valuable skill for personal and professional growth.
  • 9. Preparedness for Virtual Environment
    With the rise of remote work and virtual meetings, being comfortable on camera is a necessity. Learning to present effectively on camera ensures you are ready for virtual presentations, meetings, and collaborative discussions.
  • 10. Feedback and Improvement
    Video recordings of your presentations allow for self-evaluation and improvement. Watching yourself on camera helps identify areas for enhancement, enabling continuous growth in your presentation skills.

Mastering on-camera presentation skills is a valuable asset in the modern world, allowing you to effectively communicate, engage, and connect with a diverse audience, ultimately advancing both personally and professionally.

This presentation training package is aimed at people who have to present at pitches, live events and conferences. It builds confidence, helps develop content ideas, and works on presentation techniques, particularly the voice.

The course includes:

  • Dealing with nerves
  • Preparing a presentation script or content outline
  • Thinking about supporting material and visual aids
  • Rehearsing the content from notes or autocue
  • General feedback on vocal delivery, facial expressions and body language
  • Presentations are videoed and played back to delegates

For one or two people:
The course can be delivered in half a day.

For groups of up to 6:
A full day is required.

This package is aimed at people who need to present to camera, from fronting a video to being interviewed. The course will build confidence in front of the camera, allowing delegates to plan content, as well as receive autocue and interview coaching.

The course can easily be tailored to help prepare for a particular project:

  • Preparing a presentation script or content
  • Rehearsing your script or content before filming
  • Experience autocue & receive feedback on delivery
  • Experience an interview & receive feedback on delivery
  • General feedback on vocal delivery, facial expressions and body language.
  • Presentations are videoed and played back to delegates.

For one or two people:
The course can be delivered in half a day.

For groups of up to 6:
A full day is required.

Course Leader

Sally Reynolds is the co-owner of VPoint TV and an experienced video producer, interviewer, scriptwriter and voice-over artiste.

Sally trained at the University of Bristol’s prestigious Drama department, where she was taught voice and stage-craft by teachers from Bristol Old Vic Theatre School. Having completed a BA (Hons) Degree in Drama, Sally worked in Theatre-in-Education and was a Youth Theatre Director before taking a PGCE in Drama and English as Goldsmiths’ College, London University.

Sally changed direction working in television commercials and arts documentaries in London. She then took up a post based in Nottingham as a Producer of International Live Events (Israel, USA, Bahamas, Austria, France, Spain and others) for clients such as Pfizer, Johnson & Johnson, Pedigree, Mars and Bass Brewers.

This role involved producing exciting and often dramatic shows, featuring performers such as Steve Coogan, Jon Culshaw, Carol Vorderman and Danny Baker. However, an important aspect of the job was working with corporate conference presenters on preparing their speeches, delivering audio visual support and training them in presentation skills.

Sally subsequently developed a presentation skills course to deliver this support on a more regular basis to both her corporate clients and their customers.

For the last 12 years, Sally has worked at VPoint TV and now specialises in video presentations.

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