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A28 - How to design effective slides for your presentations - 16H

Total number of hours 16h

Directors

Rachel Whyte, British conference speaker

Prerequisites

Have B1+ level or higher in English



Goals

To acquire the tips, tricks and techniques to design and use effective audio-visual supports (slides, PowerPoint, or other) to accompany your presentations.

Content

This is a group training course, using active teaching methods. The following points will be included in the program:
Why use slides? Why most slides are deadly boring, etc.
  • Layout;
  • Harmony for different elements in slides: titles, key words, diagrams, etc.;
  • Using the right template.
Designing an impactful title… or leaving your audience some space
  • Finding your « hook ».
Producing visual aid as good as your message
  • Keeping visual harmony all through the presentation:
    • Photos, graphs, designs, etc.;
    • The slide as a support to your key message;
  • Structuring your presentation: using a summary or not;
  • ONE idea per slide;
  • Choosing impactful words, staying positive.

Calendar

  • January 31, 2019
  • February 01, 07 & 08, 2019
From 2:00 PM to 6:00 PM
Opening date for registration:  December 1, 2018

Additional Information

Participants must come to the course with their own scientific or technical presentations on a flash drive (USB).