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Public Speaking For Youth

Ace meetings and gatherings with polished public speaking and presentation skills.

Unlock the power of good communication skills. Conveying your thoughts to people in public is an ability you will need, not only at college but at work too.

Just think about it: you need this skill to take leadership roles in college events, to make presentations to your class, and even to convince a recruiter to hire you!

It pays to start working on this skill early, while you are still a college student. From impromptus to debates and group discussions, good public speaking skills are key to doing exceptionally well in today’s world.

To stand up in front of a team, a person or a crowd and deliver your message with confidence or to give clear and convincing presentations are core competencies for doing superbly well since a younger age.

Our highly interactive programme will help you overcome your public speaking problems and give you the skills to become a successful communicator. This course is a wonderful start for anyone who is afraid of public speaking or wants to get better at it.


  • Do you fear speaking in front of a large audience?
  • Do you want to go to college and be more competitive in the job marketplace?
  • Do you want to improve your presentation skills?
  • Do you fear being embarrassed because you think you will forget or get evaluated negatively?
  • Do you want to be able to get people to do what you want them to do with the power of your speech?

Then, definitely, this course will help you enhance your knowledge and experience about public speaking and help you become an influential speaker.

Public Speaking ForYouth gets you ready to become a powerful speaker by

  • Helping you get over your fear of public speaking and approaching every opportunity with confidence.
  • Helping you articulate your thoughts effectively that leaves the audience awestruck
  • Grabbing the attention of the audience with a powerful opening
  • Memorizing enough content so that the speech does not come off as a reading of notes
  • Modulating vocal tone to emphasize important points and avoid monotonous presentation
  • Using humour to enliven a talk
  • Maintaining eye contact with the audience and providing an energetic, animated physical presence

PLEASE NOTE: All of our programs are flexible and offer rolling admission and flexible start dates. That is, you don’t need to wait for a new cohort to start in order to join us. Please contact us for details on how to sign up.

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