Ever faced the jitters a night before having to give a presentation? Ever wondered how some people are able to sail effortlessly through their presentations without being hounded with endless queries and questions? Why is it that some presentations cater to every requirement of their intended audience while others only skim the top, leaving the audience wanting for more by way of explanation? Similarly, some presentations make it impossible for viewers to look away, while others can put them to sleep. Is it just the quality of content and research material portrayed in different kinds of presentations that justify such different reactions or is there something more?
This interactive course consists of videos, exercises and quizzes making it engaging and enjoyable to learn. A subject-matter expert will moderate this course through the "How to Design and Develop Presentations" community. Once you are a part of the community, you can enhance your learning by participating in the discussion threads, raise queries and get solutions from experts in quick time. You can also share your own ideas, access best practices shared by peers, get ideas about the next learning topics to complete your study. You are also encouraged to go through all the topics of the course in detail and post your queries in the applicable comments section of the community. The moderator of the community will get back to you within a short time. You may also participate in the ongoing discussion forums to raise and clear your doubts.
A compelling, intriguing and interactive presentation is one that is built on strong research, personalised to the audience's interests and planned to anticipate and answer questions about the message being sent across. A good presentation makes your ideas stand out effectively. Presenting, in some form or the other is an integral part of the business world. You use presentation skills on a regular basis, whether you are speaking in front of a formal audience or simply making your voice heard in a meeting with your peers and superiors. Inculcating the art of making a good presentation, thus, improves your capability to become a great communicator.
Progress will be tested by way of quizzes and assignments at the end of each module. Learners must attempt the exam at the end of the course and secure at least 50% marks to obtain the course certificate.
There are no prerequisites for taking this course.