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Presentation Skills Improvement

Presentation Skills Improvement

Strong and elegant communication skills is very inevitable at least in IT field. SeminarsAcademy from Mumbai is organizing a two day communication skills seminar in  Mumbai towards this. Since I am subscribed to thier news bulletins and weekly newsletters, I have got the following information, which I would like to share with other interested readers.


Presentation Skills

Dates: 4th and 5th December, 2006
Time: 0930 hours to 1700 hours Indian Time.
Venue: Hotel Ramada Plaza Palm Grove, Juhu, Mumbai
Event Managers: Seminars Academy. (Can be contacted at seminarsacademy (at) vsnl.net)
Fee per participant: INR 8000 [Statutory Service Tax of 12.2% additional]. The total fee comes to INR 8980.

The fee covers course material, breakfast, lunch, snacks (tea/cofee) on both days. The programme is non-residential. Outstation candidates need to make arrangements for the accomodation themselves.

Course Content

Written

" Proposals
" Memos
" Minutes
" Reports
" Press Releases

Spoken

" Speeches
" Briefing

Audio Visual

" Power Point Presentations
" Film

Corporate

" Meetings
" Business Presentations
" Interviews 


Trainer's Profile

Mr Hansel D'Souza

Mr Hansel D'Souza has been involved in all aspects of business and communications since the last two decades. He has been a visiting professor at most of the leading management institutes in the Mumbai.

Hansel D'Souza holds a First Class Master's Degree in Management from the Bombay University through the Jamnalal Bajaj Institute of Management Studies, besides being a Gold Medalist in Mass Communications. He conducts training programs and management development workshops internationally.

He is currently, also a Consultant to the USSEC (United States Soybean Export Council).


ENROLLMENT

Please send your nominations on your letter head along with the prescribed fee by cheque / DD (for companies outside Mumbai) payable to the Indian Academy of Management and mail it to :

Indian Academy of Management
331, Kaliandas Udyog Bhavan,
Century Bazar Lane,
Worli,
Mumbai - 400 025.
Maharastra. INDIA.

Phone No. +912265886060, +912230403400
Fax: +912224222162
to reach us at least seven days before the seminar.

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