Do you have what it takes to deliver memorable and meaningful training? Learn how to spark learner engagement from two experts! Honey Shelton and Maarten Cappaert from InterAction Training design and deliver over 100 training events each year. They are experienced instructional designers and engaging trainers ready to share their secrets with you! Are you and your PowerPoint presentations in harmony or do you feel like you’re in a constant battle for attention with your slide deck?
Five of our best practices will enhance your technical skills. All five techniques are surprisingly easy and will help you synergize your presentation with what you say and teach. These techniques can be applied to webinars, e-courses, or classroom training and are easy to implement in both new and existing training programs.
The other five best practices will complete your toolbox with attention-grabbing techniques and skills by setting the right tone, focusing on the right objectives, and embracing adult learning principles.
You will notice a remarkable increase in learner engagement and a more natural interaction between speaker and screen. Stop fighting with your slides, start looking like a polished presenter and register now.
Five Practices for Creating Engaging PowerPoint Decks
- How to showcase handouts, training manuals or other paper documents
- Rewording techniques for better audience engagement
- Alternatives to the dreaded bullet-point list
- Best practices for using photographs
- Choosing font combinations for emphasis and legibility
Five Practices for Engaging Your Learners
- Prepare learners for a great and inviting experience
- How to apply key adult learning principles
- Zero in on learning objectives by organizing content in chunks and bits
- Build tools that help learners be capable and independent
- Be the best example of your brand
Who Should Attend?
Anyone who is expected to train others, develops training programs, leads meetings, or represents your brand.
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