public speaking

Get ready to command the stage.
No credit card required

schools and universities

Enhance the skill of speaking, engaging and presenting in the education fraternity amongst learners and students. (Group training)

professionals and mcs

Work on your technical speaking abilities for an upcoming presenting opportunity and/or event. Stand out as we equip you with interview skills and work related presentation skills.

corporates and businesses

Your employees need to be able to articulate themselves within the corporate and business setting. We will facilitate organizational trainings for staff for both internal and external communication skills and techniques.

speaking and competitions

Whether you want to eloquently impress the judges at the interview segment of a competition or carry speaking presence as you deliver a speech, Elevate Africa will help you.

public speaking

Apart from individuals and students, we also work with the following clients:
Elevate Africa, passing on the gift.

what to expect

The course will be broken down into 4 main chapters.

chapter 1

The first chapter of the speaker journey emphasise on making speakers aware that confidence is an essential part of public speaking. This chapter will focus on exercises in speaker confidence that show speakers that public speaking is essentially a form of communication that is not radically different from their day-to-day communication.

Furthermore, it is necessary to include exercises that help speakers to learn how to be comfortable saying different types of speeches (Happy, sad etc). Ultimately the chapter will provide training in speakers being comfortable seeing themselves and thinking of themselves as public speakers.

chapter 2

Two of the most essential aspects of public speaking are articulation and enunciation. These two aspects loosely defined refer to the production of clear sounds and pronunciation of words formed from sounds. In this chapter the focus will be on techniques that speakers can use in forming clear sounds and pronouncing these sounds.

It will focus on exercises such as tongue twisters which make the speaker comfortable articulating and enunciating usually difficult words in rapid succession, additionally some mouth and lip stretching techniques will be practiced allowing speakers to get used to utilising proper technique in speaking.

chapter 3

Nonverbal cues or body language is a critical part of public speaking. It is essential that speakers are aware that their body language either aids or distracts from the content and execution of their speech.

This chapter focuses on techniques such as proper use of hand gestures, awareness, and correct posture as well as movement that is necessary for a public speaker. Additionally, it will also address exercises on facial expressions.

chapter 4

This chapter ties closely with the first two chapters. The chapter focuses on tonal and volume control in speaking. It places an emphasises exercises on learning how to be audible without shouting and how to be in control of your voice to aid in both clarity of sounds and in confidence as well.

This chapter will help both with technique of voice projection and information on the appropriate use of different tone.