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The virtual presenter, interactive presentation skills training CD-Rom – review


Title: The Virtual Presenter, Interactive Presentation Skills Training CD-ROM
Publisher: Skillsplease, +44(0)7905 524395,
Price: £39.99

The production and delivery of an effective presentation is a daunting task for even the most confident of people, yet it is unavoidable in everyday business life. Whether you are addressing a large sales conference, or a small number of departmental colleagues there are many fears that will haunt your waking hours and cause you to ‘wake screaming’ for many weeks before the event.

This interactive CD-ROM is perfect for the first time presenter to learn the skills surrounding the planning, presentation and structure to make any presentation ‘go with a bang’, I found the CD-Rom easy to load and once loaded easy to navigate. Each section within the contents includes a number of subsections with ‘tips’ indicated by a light bulb. Once pressed the light bulb produced a clear box with the tip. The common presentation acronyms were used as an aide to memory, and even the basic but often forgotten art of checking your equipment beforehand was covered.

As you progress through each section, a number of different stimulus were used at times you progressed in silence, and then almost to keep your attention the information was presented in audio. Each section required a small exercise to be completed as a confidence booster and to measure the achievement of learning outcomes. Also included is a facility to produce scenario-based presentation script and to print you personal presentation planning and preparation checklists.

An excellent tool that can be used at a time and pace that suits the individual and will leave them in no doubt as to the exact structure required. As with many CD-ROM based learning packages this is not long winded, it is easy to navigate and a-no nonsense pointer to producing an effective and confidently presented first time presentation.

Reviewed By Colleen Ashley
Recruitment & Training Manager
Cellar 5 Group Ltd


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