Oak Innovation: Presentation Skills Training Course Material


Imagine delivering your own webinar, virtual training session, or traditional classroom session on presentation skills. Just add your logo and brand the content as your own.

What you’ll get:

  • 29-page facilitator manual
  • 98-page participant manual
  • 37 Powerpoint slides
  • Practical exercises
  • Reading list
  • Course evaluation form
  • Course action plan
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How to get training course materials on presentation skills, brand them as your own and deliver the training courses you want to offer

Creating training course material for a presentation skills course doesn’t have to be difficult; there’s plenty of customizable training content to be downloaded instantly.

This presentation skills training course can be delivered to meet the challenges faced by general managers and senior executives, as well as for human resource professionals and line staff who need to present as part of their duties.

Let’s explore some important themes within this course

  • First, you can use this training material to train your audience on presentation skills.
  • Second, you can share how to manage first impressions, how to prepare to present, and various tools and techniques.
  • Third, use the content to examine how to deliver a session with confidence. This is something we frequently hear is required from customers with leadership skills development needs and managing effective meetings training needs.

We hope this material makes it easier for you to offer practical content for your audience.

Sample training course material

Wave goodbye to endless hours of developing content from scratch. And, just imagine how wonderful it feels to deliver a training course on presentation skills (sample course material below).

Benefits of this training course material

  • Instantly available
  • Freedom to add your logo
  • Brand everything as your own
  • Fully customizable
  • Deliver the course wherever you want
  • All content is developed by industry experts
  • Saves you time and effort
  • Affordable
  • No experience required

Get a deeper understanding of what your audience is searching for

If you’re not delivering training courses with user intent in mind, you could be missing out on so many opportunities.

While designing this course, we used our years of specialized course development experience and benchmarked this knowledge against Google’s “people also ask” search feature.

By using this dynamic feature of Google’s search results, you receive training courses that are practical and always relevant. Content that is really helpful. And, material which is based on what people across the whole internet are actually searching for. Here are the top questions that we’re seeing people asking:

  1. How do you start a training presentation?
  2. How do you prepare presentation material?
  3. What are the main techniques needed for of successful presentation?
  4. What are the elements of a presentation?
  5. What skills are needed for a presentation?
  6. How can I improve my presentation skills?
  7. How can I improve my presentation style?
  8. What are the four types of presentation skills?
  9. What are the main presentation techniques?
  10. What are the main points in a presentation?

What you’ll get

  • 29-page facilitator manual
  • 98-page participant manual
  • 37 powerpoint slides
  • Practical exercises
  • Further reading
  • Course evaluation form
  • Action plan

Learning objectives

At the end of this training course your participants will be able to:

  • Deliver excellent presentations
  • Present with confidence
  • Create presentations that influence others

Course outline

In an effort to provide you with as much value as possible, we’re going to show you how to deliver the key sections of this training course.

Introduction – Many people believe that presenters are born with the skills and energies that make them great. This stance is similar to the concept that great leaders are born and not made. Of course, we all can recognize the natural talents of some presenters. But when we break things down, we discover the level of preparation that they invest is what makes them great.

It is this aspect that this course material also explores. For this reason, use the content to outline some presentation basics. Discuss the two broad types of presentations that typically occur in companies. For example, internal presentations form a valuable method for communication with staff. On the other hand, external presentations also provide a stable communication framework. However, these presentations do more in contributing to the corporate image of the company. Although this may seem a simple differentiation – it is a critical distinction for your audience to grasp.

Take time in this section to share reflections on what’s possible in terms of presentation performances and help your audience to make moves in that direction.

Understanding the role of the presenter – In this section, use the material to explore managing first impressions. Then, discuss non-verbal communication. And examine the critical aspects of non-verbal communication. For example, the use of voice, the face, visual feedback, and gestures within presentations.

Preparing with confidence – Sometimes, presentations can be like a child’s play – everything just flows naturally. And, other times, we can feel like we’re rowing against the tide. Use the content to explore the role of faith in presentation environments. Help your audience to understand that using complementary communication channels will aid the delivery of the message and re-enforce critical points.

Tools of the trade – Even though bombarded with presentations and meetings in the workplace, many people still don’t know how to present with confidence.

In this section, you can use the content provided to discuss presenter notes and practical handouts. Then, explore the key benefits of visual aids, flipcharts, and projectors. And, examine presentation software.

Barriers to effective presentations – No matter how many success stories your audience can share about their presentations, or how much experience they already have, you should use the content to focus on poor habits that can develop. You should share your own experiences with presentations. And, that means sharing the good, the bad, and the ugly!! When you share your experiences, it will encourage more engagement from your audience.

Share with your audience that regrettably, not every presentation that they will be involved in will go smoothly. We include this discussion on barriers to effective presentations to help your audience to prepare for these challenges.

How to prepare for presentations – Start this section by exploring how to identify the purpose. Then, explore the structure and the differences between information versus data. And examine how to ask the right questions.

The environment – In today’s workplace, being exposed to presentations is inevitable. Many companies require their staff to actively participating in sessions. And, great presenters soon learn the fundamental value of creating the right environment. But to build a robust environment for these sessions, the presenter needs to take into account many factors. Use the content to explore the presentation audience, transitions, and handling questions. And, also examine guidelines for a Q and A session and how to handle a heckler.

How to present with confidence – On occasion, the best-laid plans go south when we start to deliver a presentation. Use the content to share how to start a presentation, “No-No’s” and how to deal with noise. This knowledge will help your audience to connect with what can go wrong.

How to understand your audience – In this final section, introduce participants to Monroe’s Motivated Sequence (MMS), and how it improves their capacity to use persuasive techniques within all their presentations. This sequence will ensure that they get the attention of their audience, create a moving need, define a solution, describe a detailed picture of success (or failure), and provide a call for action that your audience will/can follow.

Bonus case scenarios

You will also get four bonus case scenarios.

These downloadable case scenarios are a great way to help your participants to learn more about presentation skills.

The key skills generated from case scenarios include:

  • Group working
  • Study skills
  • Information gathering
  • Presentation skills

How you can download quality training course materials to elevate your presentation skills training courses

With Oak Innovation customizable training course materials everything is available instantly. You save time and effort. And, you get to brand everything as your own.

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  • Brand everything as your own
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  • Deliver the course material wherever needed
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  • No experience required
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What our customers say

As with every program I’ve purchased from your company, this one is comprehensive, detailed, in-depth. It gives me more than I need to conduct multiple trainings Thank you, again, for your awesome products.

Christy Crump, Crump & Associates

The sample module I obtained motivated me to purchase the entire set of 52! I immediately saw the value in being able to customize the materials to fit my audience and provide my clients with a choice of format (Powerpoint, Word, PDF). The attachments arrived in a timely fashion and were easy to access. I recommend these products to other coaches, trainers, and consultants who want an easy way to save hours of time and have presentations they can customize and call their own.

Dr. James S. Vuocolo, Master Certified Business & Personal Coach
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Bonus – Free expert training guides to help you deliver even more successful training courses

Starting today, with all Oak Innovation training course products, you’ll receive eight free training guides that will help you add extra value to your training courses.

Based on our experience of providing training content to business managers and corporate training professionals all around the world, these free training guides will provide the most up-to-date content available to boost your training delivery.

  • Training icebreakers
  • How to select training materials
  • Training games
  • How to increase participation
  • Learning how to improve your questioning skills
  • How to improve your listening skills
  • Learn how to deal with difficult people
  • How to evaluate training courses

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