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Presentation Skills for Scientists

Registration for this course is now closed as we have reached capacity. Please email training@onenucleus.com about future training dates for this course.

Location:
The Portway, Granta Park, Cambridge CB21 6GS
Date:
30 April 2015
 

Presentation Skills for Scientists


Duration

Junior research scientists (all disciplines) from academia and industry, particularly those starting to present their work at conferences and seminars. It is also useful for scientists who want to present technical material to companies or investors.

 
Objectives

A one day course for Scientific professionals.
Maximum 8 delegates.
 
Content This one day course, unlike many presentation skills courses, is designed specifically for the practising scientist. We cover all aspects of verbal scientific communication, asking delegates to present their own research in a conference format prompting feedback on style and content. Because of our expertise in both science and communication skills, we help to solve common problems (such as nervousness and voice control), as well as those unique to scientists presenting the results of their research.

Each delegate is asked to deliver a short scientific presentation with digital slides and to answer questions. The whole process is filmed and played back to highlight positive aspects of delivery style and talk content, as well as to identify areas that require improvement. The rest of the day is devoted to practical instruction on key topics associated with slide content and the process of verbal delivery.

Finally, delegates are given the opportunity to apply this knowledge in a repeat of their earlier presentations while, once again, being filmed and assessed. 
 
Training provided by

One Nucleus Gold Members: £300 + VAT
One Nucleus Silver Members: £400 + VAT
One Nucleus Non Members: £500 + VAT
 


Title: Presentation Skills for Scientists
Start: 2015-04-30 09:00:00Z
End: 2015-04-30 17:00:00Z