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Presentation Skills at The Workplace

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The Centre for Languages and Cultural Diplomacy (CLCD) has conducted its signature course titled “Presentation Skills at the Workplace” at the Institute of Diplomacy and Foreign Relations (IDFR) based on the need for government officers to acquire the skills and techniques of public speaking. It might be that you need to present in a small meeting, give an update to the entire ministry or agency, or present at a conference or other events. No matter what it is or how daunting you find it, there are steps you can take to prepare and improve your skills to speak effectively and eloquently to an audience.
It is with this purpose that ‘Presentation Skills at the Workplace’ has aided its participants to better equip themselves in the art of Public Speaking. This course takes into consideration that for most people, speaking in public is indeed a very challenging yet an unavoidable task. This three-day course paves the way to help participants to negate their fear of presenting by knowing their material well, practice relevant verbal and non-verbal strategies and connect confidently with the audience.
Participants from the Ministry of Education, Ministry of Health, Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation, Ministry of Human Resource, Ministry of Finance, Department of Atomic Energy, Islamic Tourism Centre, District Education Office Bangsar/Pudu, Academy of Sciences Malaysia, Malaysian Space Academy, and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs joined the course held from 20 June 2023 until 22 June 2023.
An integrated teaching and learning methodology through lectures, discussions, practical and group activities were carried out to guide the participants in planning their work-related presentations. At the end of the three-day course, participants were able to successfully follow the correct process of preparing and delivering their respective presentations. Their presentations were evaluated and given constructive feedback by the instructors and their peers.


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