m62 visualcommunications, the global leader in presentation effectiveness, has conducted its latest Open62 training course as part of its Master Presenter Programme. The course was held in Liverpool, England on 8-9th September.
Last year over 1,000 delegates signed up for m62’s courses that teach how to deliver an effective business, training or sales presentation. The training centres on skills and knowledge such as how and when to use visual aids, how to capture and retain audience attention, and how to ensure the core message of a presentation is remembered.
Delegates are taught the latest concepts in presentation theory such as Visual Cognitive Dissonance and Passive Mnemonic Processes – and how to use these concepts in practical ways to deliver effective presentations. They are then given the opportunity to practice their own company presentations in front of m62 trainers, and receive constructive feedback. The training alternates between partaking in informative exercises, studying presentation theory, and putting ideas learnt into practice.
Nicholas Oulton, Founder of m62 commented: “Presentations are such an important part of any business, yet they are continually delivered ineffectually. Our aim is to show clients how to not only change their PowerPoint slides, but to change the way they view presentations as a whole.
“Presenting is not simply a matter of displaying bullet points – in fact, these do not work. m62’s PowePoint training helps maximise the effectiveness of any presentation by showing that it is not all about design and witty patter. In our style of presenting the material itself is interesting and engaging, thus proving much more effective.”
m62 has delivered over 6,500 presentations for clients around the world, including Sony, Siemens, Toyota and BP. m62 works across a wide range of sectors and can provide a variety of solutions, from conference presentations to interactive presentations.
For more information about m62 visualcommunications, please call 0151 259 6262 or visit m62.net.