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Presentation Skills for Engineers

Communication and Media

Offered on Demand
Duration: 2 Days 9 AM - 5 PM

Workshop Description

Presentation Skills for Engineers


How effective are you as an engineer while delivering your presentation? How would you be viewed by your audience if you didn’t meet the professional presentation skills standards? What if you could improve and better prepare your presentations and capture your audience from the beginning?



This workshop offers engineers special coaching and guidance to design, develop, and deliver successful presentations in several formats: internal briefings, conference lectures, poster sessions, public hearings, and public testimony.

Designed for

This workshop will benefit all engineers and technical experts who work in related fields.

What you will learn

By the end of this workshop you will be able to:

  • Make your presentation come alive in such a way that your audience will be talking about it days or weeks later.
  • Present your material in a relaxed, professional way, using very few notes.
  • Determine what the audience needs and wants, and design ways to address these concerns.
  • Avoid confusing techno-speak and make your presentation accessible to key decision makers who may be non-specialists in your field.
  • Use and prepare the visual aids that are appropriate to the situation.
  • Fit the length of your presentation to the time you have been allotted, while also being flexible to last minutes changes.
  • Tailor your presentation to fit the venue and the event, because a professional conference is not the same as a press conference.
  • Develop confidence in using all types of presentation tools.
  • Overcome presentation anxiety.
  • Respond with confidence and clarity to questions and objections from your audience.
  • Employ supplemental material such as stories, jokes, and illustrations to hold your audience’s attention
Follow On Programs:

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Interpersonal Communication: Forging Lasting Relationships


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