Price: $1,699.00

Length: 2 Days
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Oral Communication Skills Training

Oral Communication Skills Training Course Description

Oral Communication Skills Training helps you to improve the skills you already have and develop the ones that you don’t to ensure the effective oral communication. The purpose of the Oral Communication Skills training covers the speaking and presentational skills. By the end of the course, you should be able to deliver an effective speech.

Oral Communication Skills Training focuses on the fundamental and required skills essential to oral communication. To accomplish such goal, this training is designed as a dialogue and lecture lab. You are expected to start your journey into effective communication skills in an effort to reach this training’s goals.

TONEX Training Format

This is a hands-on training. The majority of the class is dedicated to practical exercises and group activities. You will learn various skills through adequate activities, role-playings, and workshops.

Why Do You Need Oral Communication Training?

Oral communication skills are vital to success in any field.  This training will enable you to develop and improve your skills in a practical, thrilling, and stress-free learning environment.  Having fun while learning is guaranteed!


Oral Communication Skills Training is a 2-day course designed for all the professionals working in the federal and private sectors interested in improving their overall communication skills such as public speaking, one-on-one communication, and communicating vigorously and persuasively.

Training Objectives

Upon the completion of Oral Communication Skills Training, the attendees are able to:

  • Explore the elements of effectively speaking in public
  • Build confidence in their speaking skills
  • Say what they really mean while making the best impression on others
  • Communicate effectively under pressure and keep their cool
  • Arrange, plan, and prepare their message
  • Speak creatively and influentially
  • Speak clearly and precisely
  • Answer questions on spot
  • Apply the “stop” and “go” signals
  • Express their point clearly and efficiently
  • Accurately demonstrate their knowledge
  • Be proficient in demonstrating the presentation in a suitable manner
  • Demonstrate oneself in a poised performance that present assurance and professionalism
  • Listen and analyze the content and provide speeches with perception and composure

Course Outline

Overview of Oral Communication Skills

  • Definition of communication
  • Some background
  • Oral communication features
  • Effective oral communication characteristics
  • Communication approaches
  • Types of communication
  • Oral communication components
  • Advantages of effective oral communications

 Principles of effective oral communication

  • Prepare
  • Know the audience
  • Structure the presentation
  • Practicing
  • Engaging with the audience
  • Editing and improving your presentation
  • Staying calm

Communications Perspectives

  • Graphical methods
  • Language
  • Factors affecting presentation
  • Biases
  • Environment
  • Feelings

Communication Styles and Approaches

  • Communication style matrix
  • Direct style
  • Spirited style
  • Systematic style
  • Considerate style

Fundamental Listening Skills

  • Self-awareness
  • Active listening
  • Listening even in difficult situations

Oral Communication Skills

  • The characteristics of great conversation
  • Phonological styles
  • Performing with a sense of stress, intonation and meaning
  • Taking advantage of question tags
  • Initiating, maintaining and ending conversations
  • Standard conversation
  • Verbal language expressions
  • Effective listening
  • Body language
  • Things to do and not to do in conversation
  • Phone conversation
  • How to apply English in communication
    • Introductions
    • Greetings
    • Clarifications
    • Explanations
    • Interruptions
    • opinions
  • How to express your feelings and opinions:
    • Agreement
    • Arguments
    • Complaints
    • Apologies
  • Contributing in unofficial discussions and situations
  • Using information to make some decision
  • Regenerating information

TONEX Hands-On Group Activity Sample

Assume you are a high school teacher. How do you help student manage their anxiety during a presentation?

  • Convincing students of need
  • Model performance from the first week
  • Icebreakers
  • Be upcoming
  • Meeting tasks
  • Provide opportunities
  • Giving feedback
  • Self-assurance

TONEX Hands-On Group Activity Sample

Through the following questions, know your audience:

  • Who will be in the audience?
  • What will the audience already know about the topic?
  • Why should they be interested in it??
  • What will they expect from the presentation?
  • How much background should I present?
  • Has anyone else talked to them about this subject?
  • Will they be receptive or hostile? How will I deal with this?
  • Will they know anything about me? What will they need to know?
  • Should my presentation be formal or informal?

Oral Communication Skills Training


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