“They may forget what you said, but they will never forget how you made them feel.” – Carl W. Buechner
It doesn’t matter what you do for a living, you will need to speak publicly at some point in time.
This intensive one-day workshop is ideal for those of you who want to improve your public speaking skills and speak English as a second language.
The purpose of this class is to get you to deliver a 3-minute speech applying techniques such as effective eye-contact, vocal variety/voice projection and body language.
We will first ease you into an English-speaking environment so you can get comfortable with the language. Then we will work on several techniques to get you to relax, find your speaking voice, cope with stage fright, get comfortable with your own body language and connect with the audience through a powerful delivery.
Since we learn best when we are having fun, this workshop will be held at Bebesano, the perfect venue to create a friendly learning environment and to enjoy good food and drink.
We want to give you all the personal attention and feedback you deserve. For this reason places are limited and we encourage you to book yours no later than June 5th.
An upper-intermediate/advance level of English is required.
To sign up please follow this link, and we will get in touch with you soon.
When: Saturday 13 June from 10:00 to 18:00
Where: Bebesano. Calle Pedro Maria Ric, 30
How much: €100 (Lunch included)
For more information send an email to email@example.com
Aline Casanova is a conference interpreter, Toastmaster and English teacher. She’s had formal training in dance, voice techniques, and public speaking in the U.S.A. and in Spain.
Pilar Barceló Soler is an English teacher specialized in speaking practice. She has worked for several international organizations and has been in charge of delivering training workshops for the British Council across the UK over the last two years.
Virginia Vázquez Vaccaro is a conference interpreter and specialised translator. She was the official interpreter/translator at the Argentine Embassy in London and a project manager at the British Council before moving to Spain.