PowerPoint - Effective Presentations
Understanding the power of Outline View to create, edit and present effectively
Using Excel data to produce dynamic charts embedded charts
Changing text slides into graphics
Working with pictures to get memorable results
Introduction to Transitions
Applying professional Animation techniques
Hiding and viewing slides
Slick Slideshow techniques when presenting
SquareOne is among the UK's leading providers of IT training to businesses of all shapes and sizes. Our company pledge is to deliver inspiring, motivational and cost effective training which brings about tangible improvements in productivity. Through our training solutions, individuals are able to gain lifelong skills and realise their full potential whilst clients achieve their corporate goals.
This course is suitable for existing users of Microsoft PowerPoint who wish to improve their presentation techniques so that they can work "slickly and quickly" within the package. You will learn many presentation tips and best practice guidelines for presenting as the course is designed to teach you a combination of PowerPoint techniques as well as presentation skill training.
This course can either be delivered as a short course in half a day or as a seminar.
Classroom Training – Small groups of people using their own PCs, Mac's or Laptops – or these can be provided by SquareOne at an additional cost. Sessions to be 3 hours in length.
Seminar Format – Maximum of 100 delegates. This seminar will be delivered by a trainer as a demonstration. Session can last between 60 minutes to 90 minutes. If this is to be delivered to small groups then this can be repeated up to 3 sessions per day.
Our open classroom courses are held in Merseyside where we have state of the art training facilities. We also provide in-house training solutions at any office location in the UK or Europe. We frequently deliver training in Liverpool, Wirral, Blackpool, Manchester, London, Chester, Warrington, Leeds, Cardiff, Birmingham, Edinburgh, Bristol, Sheffield, Glasgow, Leatherhead and Aberdeen as well as in European countries such as France, Switzerland, Germany, Sweden, Norway and Ireland.