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Speaking with Impact and Presenting with Confidence

ONE OFF SUBSIDISED WORKSHOP IN ‘SPEAKING WITH IMPACT’ AND ‘PRESENTING WITH CONFIDENCE’ FOR NALP MEMBERS

 

NALP is proud to announce that it has teamed up with ‘Resonance Voice Training’ to offer a one-off workshop specially for NALP Members in ‘Speaking with Impact’ and ‘Presenting with Confidence’.

‘Resonance’ is an established organisation, led by its founder, Louise Kerr, who has appeared on TV in such programmes as ‘Faking it’ and is known in performance circles as an expert in voice technique and presentation skills. Louise herself is a trained actor graduating from the Central School of Speech and Drama and has performed at the Royal National Theatre and Royal Shakespeare Company.

Amanda Hamilton, the CEO of NALP, has experienced the training for herself and this is what she said: ‘I was given the opportunity by Louise to sample a few hours of her magnificent training and can honestly say that I learned so much in that time. The exercises are geared toward improving voice and presenting skills, something I already thought I had under my belt. But clearly not!! I strongly recommend this training to all NALP members.”

Normally such training would be quite costly but as a special membership benefit, NALP is going to subsidise the cost for the day to make it more affordable and to give NALP Members the opportunity to experience this beneficial training for themselves!

The fee payable by each member will be £250 (that’s a saving of approximately £600) and places are limited to eight (8) so early registration is recommended.

The training day will be held at the St Brides Foundation, 14 Bride Lane, London EC4Y 8EQ just off Farringdon Road and within a few minutes’ walk of City Thameslink and Blackfriars tube station on Wednesday 28th March and will start at 9.30.

Please register your interest by paying the fee as soon as possible or at least by the 14th March, being the cut-off date. Places will be awarded on a first come, first serve basis.