Increasingly, managers and leaders are called upon to speak at trade shows and conferences, train colleagues or run training sessions in-house.  It could be a short presentation at induction training, or a more substantial session to upskill your team to face a new challenge.

Our range of speaker training workshops will help you prepare entertaining presentations and design and deliver training material with confidence.  We’ll also show you how to facilitate team discussions and manage group learning dynamics.


Business/Organisations: Skill up your HR and L&D teams as well as your managers and executive leaders who have responsibility for training others.

Delivered in person on your site or at a venue of your choice at a date and time to suit your business learning needs.


Individual Practitioners:  The training sessions featured on this page are primarily for organisational teams, however, we’re working on a SMART self-learning platform just for independent practitioners, trainers, consultants, coaches, leaders and HR professionals who want to take charge of their own ongoing learning and professional development.


18 exciting and highly specialised training workshops designed for those who want to speak in public, deliver presentations, facilitate group meetings, provide off-job and online training, create online learning (e-learning).

Suitable for in-company HR, L&D and those in management and leadership roles.

For those who want to find their own professional voice to speak publicly in-person and as a hybrid speaker at conferences.

For those who are just starting out as presenters and want to learn how to structure a presentation; choose visual aids such as PowerPoint, Prezi and Padlet to support a clear and consistent message; explore different presentation styles and approaches and some breathing techniques to calm nerves.

For those who want to learn how facilitation can support team development.  Discover how to gently, yet assertively, open yourself and others to the possibilities of change.  Get involved and share experiences and how they shape behaviour and attitude.  Move away from hierarchy towards a more creative way to facilitate in a variety of situations.

Learning how to adapt your knowledge of how to facilitate and use to support Action Learning Sets (ALS) in your workplace. It’s a powerful tool that can influence and support the ALS process.

For new and aspiring trainers who want to learn how to create focused, structured and transformation training events.  Working through a challenging case study and exploring a myriad of ways to develop training that will make a difference in the workplace.

For the existing trainer who wants to learn techniques for company data collection as part of a training needs analysis and then collate and review data, present findings and design a clear aim, training objectives and learning outcomes.  Included in this training are approaches to building in evaluation methods that can be applied before the training even starts.

Knowing how to design traditional class-based training sessions is still very much in demand by many organisations.  This course teaches participants the key requirements, effective skills, models and knowledge that they need to design training that is factually correct and context specific.  You will also learn how to package your training in a way that is easily understood and makes the most impact upon your learners.

Effective online (e-learning) course design is so much more than just uploading video or class-based slides into a learning management system (LMS) and simple based upon the premise of memorisation through random testing.  For online (e-learning) courses to be successful and have the most impact upon real learning taking place, they need to be created using a robust, yet adaptable, framework that follows design principles and learning theory.  We also look at different online (e-learning) course delivery options and how to build branched e-learning scenarios.

The 70-20-10 phenomenon is not new, yet many still struggle to understand its principles and why flipping the way training is provided to a more blended approach can create amazing results that can be shared with the Board.  Learn how to make more effective use of technology, class and work situations throughout the learning, and how to involve and engage managers in the process.

Reach learners who can’t attend class-based training, or those who work shifts, by using webinars for training purposes. Done well, they can be just as effective, if not more so, than in-person training.

Creating a podcast for training purposes is becoming popular; yet it requires decent equipment, extra software and knowledge of how to record and edit audio files. Come learn the basics in this short introduction (maximum 6 people).

TED-Ed can be used to create original lessons using TED videos, questions, discussion topics and other supplementary information. Free to use, it can be adapted (FLIPPED) by users to meet their needs. A great way to introduce new topics to learners in an exciting, curiosity-inspiring way.

Storytelling can be powerful when used as part of a presentation or in public speaking to get really important messages across.  It can also be used in training sessions to help learners understand difficult concepts and remember complex information.  It allows trainers and facilitators to share their own personal anecdotes in a fun and interesting way, using an easy formula for story creation.

This is an exciting approach that will help you to cut your training budget, yet still increase the amount of learning that is obtained, and used, around the organisation, with even greater results.

4C-ID is a Four Component Instructional Design Model, used for designing excellent training content, based upon cognitive learning theory and is great for complex cognitive skills and task-specific skills.

Action mapping is a streamlined process to design training in the business world. Its goal is to help designers identify the best solution to the performance problem, using challenging simulations as opposed to information presentations.

MOOCs, SPOCs and LAPs are a valuable addition to your traditional training course; many are free and can influence your overall training plan. Learn how to get the most from their extensive content to enhance your learning provision.

A QR code is a fixed two dimensional code that can hold 000’s of characters of information, text, images or a website links. Easily generated and easily scanned with a QR reader. NFC (Near Field Communication) can enable people to collect digital information from smart tags, and digitally exchange other pre-programmable (and changeable) data, with just a touch. Both can be fully utilised in training, come learn how.

A training workshop might not meet your vocal learning needs right now, so head back to Floor 3 and try 1-2-1 voice coaching instead