Creating Presentation Support Materials
Avoid the pitfalls of too many slides and too much text! Make sure you keep your audience engaged by using visual support materials effectively and create visuals that enhance your message.
Interacting on a one-to-one basis is greatly reduced when presenting to groups and is virtually non-existent when presenting to large audiences. Also, when a presentation is required to communicate large projects in a short space of time, presenters can find the prospect overwhelming and end up cramming in too many slides and too much text. This may be to try to orient the audience or expose them to as much information as possible all at once. This, of course, leads to a disengaged audience and a lack of retention. This course helps ensure that delegates are equipped with the skills needed to create and manage effective visual aids in making sure everyone is able to remain engaged and that they retain the information delivered. Effective visual aids further help contextualise extempore dialogue and also help the speaker stay on track of his or her presentation’s content.
Our Speed-Learning function is now built-in allowing learners to accelerate the audio without increasing the pitch, facilitating a more engaging learning experience which better matches conversational and reading speeds of learners. Speed-learning enabled, multi-lingual 24/7 accessibility makes it possible for employees to learn at their own pace and in bite sized chunks ensuring training that best suits their own timetables with no constraint on productivity and resources.
- Speed-Learning function equipped
- Ready-to-use or fully customisable using our self-editor function
- Multi-Language support
- Cheat-resistant testing
Cost effective, mobile ready training, quick and easy setup, great value and service.
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- The power of visuals on the audience
- Design your visuals with the audience in mind
- Support materials like handouts
- Use of notes as key message reminder
- Recognise and avoid the features of poorly designed visuals
- Identify when a visual aid or other media will enhance your presentation
- Describe successful supporting visuals and ensure yours are legible, clear and have impact
- Ensure your notes support rather than intrude on your relationship with the audience
- Create effective hand-outs to clarify your points and support your audience
- Language Toolbar - Easily change to any language
- Customisable to follow your brand's identity
- NEW - Edit courses yourself using our editor
- Intuitive navigation and bookmarking
- Accessible close captioned
- Cheat resistant testing
- Engaging, pacey and effective
Watch this video to see how we create engagement with interactivity, humour, and storytelling.
Saving Valuable TimeOur customers are efficient modern organisations who want eLearning to be delivered as fast as possible with full comprehension by learners obtained and recorded. They know that saving even a small amount of time per module can result in major cost savings and that learner engagement is key to effective learning.
Accelerating eLearningOur audience are adult learners with busy lives and a job to do. They don’t want to waste time and we know they will only sustain maximum attention for a limited period. Our pacey interesting and interactive modules engage and challenge learners, providing better retention and understanding, saving people time. We don’t waffle. We do apply the ‘so what?’ test to ensure that everything said or written supports the course outcomes and we use plain English. Our courses use accelerated learning techniques to provide rapid comprehension. This includes allowing learners to experiment with a situation and see the results; using synchronised audio, text, graphics, animation, photographs and games to engage both left and right brain in the process. The learner is presented with a wide variety of interaction types and can use the eBooks for checklists and on the spot access.
Making a lasting impact on learnersOur 4 step process promotes learning, confidence and use of skills in the workplace.
- Step 1 – Establish relevance and benefit to the learner
- Step 2 – Engage the learner throughout the course
- Step 3 – Ensure learning has occurred and provide a certificate of accomplishment
- Step 4 – Provide support materials at point of need to aid memory and application of skills