New Workshop Combines Presentation Skills With Hands-On MS PowerPoint Training

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Union County College's Kellogg Building in Elizabeth (Union County College photo)

Union County College’s Kellogg Building in Elizabeth (Union County College photo)

ELIZABETH — A free two-day workshop for professionals who give frequent presentations is being offered in January by the Industry-Business Institute at Union County College’s Elizabeth campus.

This program includes a thorough 6-hour hands-on MS PowerPoint workshop in a computer lab and 8 hours of training in verbal communications. The program is designed to prepare professionals for public speaking for sales, fundraising efforts, marketing, instruction or other presentation purposes. Attendees will have the opportunity to build a presentation using the tools of MS PowerPoint and develop public speaking skills through assignments, role plays and practice.

The schedule is as follows: Monday, Jan. 13, 2014, and Thursday, Jan. 16, 2014, from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Union County College, Kellogg Building, 40 West Jersey Street, Elizabeth, NJ 07202.

Funded by a grant through the New Jersey Business and Industry Association (NJBIA), the requirements for attendees are that they are employed for a minimum of twenty (20) hours per week, provide an employer FEIN number, submit a registration form and complete the entire two day program.

A minimum of ten participants is required and up to eighteen registrants can enroll. This program can be brought to an individual company or organization for a group of ten or more employees at no charge, thanks to IBI’s mobile computer lab.

For registration or for additional information, contact Nancy Burke at 908-527-7207 or burke@ucc.edu.


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