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Public Speaking Diploma Course
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Learn to speak in public with an online diploma public speaking course by Centre of Excellence. Whether you need to deliver corporate presentations, interview for a new job or even if you're a teacher lecturing students, this course can help give you the confidence and skills you need to be a comfortable speaker.

What's Included

Public Speaking Online Diploma Course

Course Contents:
  • Chapter 1 - Introduction to Public Speaking
  • Introduction
  • Where is Public Speaking Used?
  • Benefits of Public Speaking
  • Types of Public Speaking
  • Summary
  • Assessment
  • Chapter 2 - Public Speakersa
  • The Objectives
  • The Skills
  • The Tools
  • Public Speakers and Society
  • The Challenges Faced by a Speaker
  • The Ethics of the Profession
  • Summary
  • Assessment
  • Chapter 3 - Training and Education
  • Training Objectives
  • Joining a Club
  • Training Agencies
  • Do You Need A Degree?
  • Videos
  • The Speaker’s Bureau
  • Reading Material
  • Summary
  • Assessment
  • Chapter 4 - Preparation
  • How to Write a Good Speech?
  • Preparing for a Non-Linear Presentation
  • Confidence is key
  • Meditation and Exercise
  • Look Sharp
  • Know Your Material
  • Practice, Practice, Practice
  • Creating Effective Support Materials
  • Summary
  • Assessment
  • Chapter 5 - Presentation
  • Visualize
  • What’s Your Style?
  • Being Entertaining:
  • Dealing with Nerves
  • Improvising
  • Body Language
  • Keeping Them Engaged
  • Rhetorical Questions:
  • Myths and Rules about Presenting
  • Summary
  • Assessment
  • Chapter 6 - Public Speaking in Your Profession
  • Make presentations at conferences
  • Giving Key Note Speeches
  • Pitch Crucial Client Presentations
  • Talk to the Public or Media
  • Make Sales Presentations
  • Call to Actions
  • Make Boardroom Presentations
  • Summary
  • Assessment
  • Chapter 7 - Your Network
  • National Organizations
  • International Organizations
  • How to Build a Strong Network?
  • How to establish your name?
  • Summary
  • Assessment
  • Chapter 8 - Tips and Tricks
  • Using Personal Disclosure
  • Find a Good Influence
  • Know Your Audience
  • Talk Like a Leader
  • Cashing Your Errors
  • Convincing Power
  • The Start and the Finish
  • Application Software
  • Crowd Manipulation
  • Public Speaking Tricks, Especially for Women
  • Dealing with Heckling
  • Ways of Getting Your Ideas Across
  • Making Use of Your Strengths
  • What Are You Not Allowed to Do?
  • Other Tips and Tricks
  • What Already Works?
  • Summary
  • Assessment
  • Index


Everybody is a public speaker. Maybe you're delivering a corporate presentation or interviewing for a new job. Maybe you're a teacher lecturing students or a citizen addressing a neighbourhood association. Maybe you're arguing a case before a courtroom or persuading book club members about the merits of your latest read.

Whatever the situation, being able to speak in public is essential to success. You can have the most logical argument possible, but in order to truly teach, inform, persuade, or defend, you need to present your ideas with conviction and confidence.

Yet this is often easier said than done. Many of us have a deep fear of public speaking. Or we think it's just an intuitive talent that can't be learned… this couldn’t be further than the truth!

A Course Designed for All Speakers

Explorations of public speaking are often bogged down in complex rhetorical terms. This course has been designed to make the The Art of Public Speaking accessible to everyone. In order to do this, the course takes you through each of the three key components of successful public speaking.

• How to prepare for public speaking

• How to craft a great speech

• How to handle your audience:

Practical Advice to Help You in Any Situation

The Art of Public Speaking, though rooted in rich history, is packed with practical advice. Here are just three of the tips you'll find:

• Speak from personal knowledge: Use personal experiences to allow your audience to better connect with you. In polite conversation, talking about yourself is frowned upon; in public speaking, it's essential.

• Organize your facts into a story: When drafting a speech, find the underlying stories in your topic and organize your information around these stories. You'll find it easier to remember your speech, and your audience will engage more with your message.

• Weave familiar references into your speech: Using familiar quotations when addressing your audience can establish a common ground. They may not be your words but, when used sparingly, they can infuse your speech with added power.

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