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Presentation Skills at The Workplace

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The Centre for Languages and Cultural Diplomacy (CLCD) conducted its signature course, "Presentation Skills at the Workplace," at the Institute of Diplomacy and Foreign Relations (IDFR) from 11 – 13 June 2024. This course was developed to address the need for government officers to acquire effective presentation skills and techniques. Whether presenting in a small meeting, updating an entire ministry or agency, or speaking at a conference, the course aims to prepare participants to speak effectively and confidently at the workplace.
The "Presentation Skills at the Workplace" course is designed to help participants master the art of speaking to a range of audiences in particular their stakeholders and partners. Recognising that public speaking is often a challenging but essential task, this three-day programme helps participants overcome their fears by thoroughly knowing their material, practicing relevant verbal and non-verbal strategies, and confidently connecting to their audience.
Participants from various ministries and agencies including the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission, Prime Minister’s Department, Parliament of Malaysia, Malaysia External Trade Development Corporation (MATRADE) Pharmaceutical Services Division, Intervention Sector (NCD), Medical Social Work Unit, Batu Pahat District Health Office, Segamat District Health Office, Maran District Health Office, Kampar District Dental Office, Tampin District Dental Office, Jerantut District Dental Office, Department of Anaesthesiology and Intensive Care, Ministry of Health and Ministry of Foreign Affairs, attended the course.
The course employed an integrated teaching and learning methodology, combining lectures, discussions, practical exercises, and group activities to guide participants in planning their work-related presentation. By the end of the course, participants were proficient in the correct process for preparing and delivering presentations. Their presentation was evaluated and elevated as they received constructive feedback from instructors and peers.


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