How to give a speech or presentation - the basics

How to give a speech or presentation - the basics

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How to give a speech or presentation - the basics Course Created by Serena Greenslade F.V.C.M. (Hons), A.N.E.A..

How to give a speech or presentation - the basics has 4.9 rating out of 5 based on 7 students. Currently this course has 761 students. Course langwage is English.

How to give a speech or presentation - the basics Course Description

'Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication' Jonathan

'Many useful tips. nice speaker. She is happy to hear. It looks very friendly. Thanks for the detailed step-by-step instructions on how to create and present a speech.' - Jackie

Speech is scary for anyone.

I teach this course as if you were sitting across from me in my lounge. This is a short course because I don't think it's because I can't do the long course, but because I think we are all busy people right now and want to see the difference in a short amount of time. But, like everything in life, the more you practice, the better you will get. I have been teaching since 1994 and I have the highest level of qualifications.

This course will show you how to prepare a speech, how to deliver it whether you need to stand or sit, and whether you need to read or memorize it. You will also learn how to speak so that you can understand and hear clearly. I give you the opportunity to practice after me and this is all very practical help. Unlike many courses on public speaking, there is no such great insight as 'Imagine your audience naked'. Teach the basics of good, clear public speaking in a simple format.

This course not only shows you how to give a speech, but also guides you through the process of writing a speech and explains how to choose what to include. Although this process was based on making informative speeches, the process is exactly the same for all types of speeches: wedding speeches, acceptance speeches, retirement speeches, etc.

There is also an additional resource for a list of 40 suggested titles for informative speeches.

Reduce your stress level today and join my process.

Serena Greenslade is an experienced language confidence coach from Dorset, UK, currently living in central Portugal. She Serena has been a university lecturer, NHS trainee physician, sports coach, entrepreneur, phone sales employee, children, healthcare worker, stroke patient and national charitable employee after she obtained her qualifications as an Oratory Teacher (ANEA) in 1994. taught She Serena specializes in one-on-one private lessons for children and adults and workshops for businesses. In June 2014 she was awarded a F.V.C.M. (Hons) Fellowship.

Serena says, 'I know what it feels like to be uncertain and afraid to say.' She is now certified at the highest level (Fellowship and Associateship) and can help her improve your speaking skills. She lives in jeans and laughs a lot and when she isn't teaching she has a hint of a Dorset accent. But Serena says she's passionate about her job and she's incredibly serious (with a big smile) when it comes to teaching her clients to sound confident.


When Serena was about 10 years old, her school had a parent's evening where her parents would go and talk to the teachers and see how their children are doing. During her conversation with her mom, her teacher told her that her Serena looks happy enough, but she doesn't remember her talking to her for a year! Serena was an incredibly shy girl.

As a result of this, Serena's mother took her to an oratory class.

This class gave Serena confidence, but it didn't change the way she said 'I still have a Dorset accent (I lost it while teaching) and I firmly believe that we shouldn't all sound the same'. Serena was still a shy girl, but she knew how to speak when she needed it. In her high school she used to take turns attending morning meetings in various classes. She had a very elderly math teacher, who claimed that the only time he could hear her rallies was when Serena was reading her book. In return, she was exempted from her math test in his class. Fortunately, her math was not a problem. Serena went on to pass 'A' level math.

In 1979, Serena earned her law and economics degree and became an accountant trainee for 12 weeks. It wasn't for her to sit in her office all her day. With her luck, she decided to do what she loved and in 1994 she received her Oratory Teacher qualification (A.N.E.A.). In 2014 she received an Honors Scholarship from Victoria College (F.V.C.M.)


In addition to publishing her own book, Serena has written an academic paper for Voice and Speech Review in April 2015.

Serena was featured in Dance Studio Life July 2015, Lady Magazine September 2014, ISTD Dance Magazine January 2014, PTR Tennis Pro April 2007, International Tennis Federation Coaching and Sports Science in December. He has contributed articles to many publications, including reviews. Dance Expression Magazine, December 2002 and 2001.

Serena has also appeared in a television series and taught students who have won national awards for her acting.

Selena looks forward to teaching you. As she said, 'Enjoy talking'

How to give a speech or presentation - the basics Course for

  • Anyone of any age who has to give a speech, school child, college student, university student or a professional consultant
  • Anyone who has to give a wedding speech or retirement speech

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