Building Your Future: Communication skills

Why learn communication skills?
Communication skills can make or break you. When used appropriately, these soft skills can win battles without guns! This 1-day course is meant to train you in skillfully using all 5 types of communication skills so that you can make a lasting impression on your audience, employer, and reader. If you want to mesmerize your audience or you are struggling to get your dream job, want to go abroad, or secure admission in the country’s best institutions, this course is for you.

What are communication skills?

Communication skills involve a sender and a receiver. The sender sends a message and the receiver receives it and interpret it accordingly. If communication is not effective and clear, it can send across vague or wrong messages, leading to incorrect interpretations at the receiver’s end, which may cause undesirable results.

How communication skills can be learnt? 

The best way to learn communication skills through observation and experiential learning. This day long course is designed in a way to give hands-on experience to the participants to observe good examples of communication skills followed by engagement in experiential learning through hands-on activities.  

Why learn presentation skills?

Presentation skills are needed to not only send effectively one’s message across but to also establish one’s credibility as a speaker or a teacher.  This 1-day course is meant to empower you in giving captivating presentations followed by a resounding applause. If you are a public speaker or a teacher, this course specifically suits you.

What are presentation skills?

These skills comprise both verbal and non-verbal communication skills, which are needed to share information in a very clear and effective manner so that the message is communicated, received, and retained with an encouraging response from the receiver or audience.  

How presentation skills are learnt?

Presentation skills are learnt best through hands-on learning by engaging in experiential learning followed by feedback, which is the mainstay of learning in this course.