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Presentation Skills Training Course - full day tutorial by Damian Conway

Friday 12th October 2012 - Venue: Imperial Hotel, Russell Square, London WC1B 5BB

Description: The best and most effective presentations capture the audience quickly, hold their interest effortlessly, educate and entertain them in equal measure, and sometimes even inspire them.

This class explores simple and effective techniques for achieving those goals in any kind of presentation.

The first half of the class focuses on preparation, content selection, visual design, delivery, handling questions and effective techniques for presenting various kinds of technical information (code, data, statistics, charts, structure diagrams etc.)

The second half of the course is an in-depth tutorial on improving the 'look and feel' of presentation materials – especially Powerpoint/Keynote/Impress presentations. In particular, it demonstrates practical techniques for making your slides not suck!

Tutor: Damian Conway is a renowned programmer, speaker and educator, best known for his work on Perl programming language.

Previously as Associate Professor in Computer Science at Australia's largest University, for the past decade he has made his living entirely by giving conference keynotes, technical presentations, programming tutorials and professional training courses.

He has been keynote speaker at major technical Conferences such as OSCON, linux.conf.au, OLS, Webstock, DebConf, and GOTO, presenting on topics as diverse as quantum physics, website design, computational linguistics, bioinformatics, and programming language design.

He has also been invited to speak and teach at Institutions such as Harvard, MIT, Carnegie Mellon, U. Toronto and ETH Zurich and has delivered seminars and taught classes for major corporations including Apple, Yahoo!, Amazon, Canonical, Xerox, Qualcomm, Canon, Michelin, Morgan Stanley and Goldman Sachs.

Places are limited – early booking is essential - Early-bird rates available until 15th September 2012


Book on-line here:

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