Professional Development

APEX Workshop: Enhancing Your Presentation Skills

April 19, 2016
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Want to fine-tune your presentation skills in a fun and supportive environment?

Join Sanders Whiting, a voice, acting and presentation skills coach from the Teaching and Learning Centre (TLC), as he helps you improve the performance aspect of your presentation.

Enhancing Your Presentation Skills

  • Date: April 25, 2016
  • Time:  1:30 pm - 3:30 pm
  • Location: Burnaby, Bennett Library Room 7200

Register using myInvolvement

 In a friendly setting you will learn about voice production, presentation stance and gestures, rate of speech, using pauses and confidence!

Participants will take turns presenting in front of the group, receive friendly feedback from Sanders and the group, and then repeat sections of their presentation. It's a fun atmosphere where you can build your presentation confidence.

All registrants should be prepared to present. This could be a presentation or talk you've given previously or a new one you are preparing. Slides or other supplemental materials are not necessary.

About Sanders Whiting

Sanders is a voice specialist with experience in theatre, music, and education. He teaches voice, speech, and singing technique (part-time) to theatre students at Capilano University. He has written educational theatre for the Alberta Government and composed music and libretto for young peoples theatre. His performance experience includes long-run musicals, national, and international tours and multiple nominations for professional theatre awards. For over 6 years Sanders has operated a successful private studio where he teaches singing to all levels and audition preparation for plays and musicals.

His creed when it comes to educational philosophy is to teach self respect and useful skills. He believes showing a high positive regard for students fosters a productive and nurturing educational environment.

This workshop is part of the Knowledge Translation Series.  Click here to find out about other workshops in the series. 

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