Complimentary Webinar - Best Practices for Teaching Technical Subjects

Instructor: David A Casavant
Product ID: 704427
  • Duration: 90 Min

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This 90 minute webinar is designed for presenters, new trainers, seasoned veterans or anyone responsible for presentations. The speaker will share cutting edge ideas on how to make a presentation that will easily explain difficult concepts and get the right message across to your audience.

Why Should You Attend:

Studies show that nearly 75% of the population fears public speaking. An HR salary study has determined that employees who make presentations earn an average of $9,000 per year more employees who are not responsible for making presentations. This 90-minute webinar will reveal easy-to-implement ideas that will help you become more comfortable in front of the room and make your message more impactful.

In a recent survey of those who provide technical training, the greatest challenge identified lay in how to make the training interesting. Prominent issues for trainers involved not technical issues, but how to be a better, more polished speaker.

This webinar will share best practices and practical know how on how to enhance your presentation skills and be a skillful public speaker.

Areas Covered in the Webinar:

  • Using stories and current events to bring your training objective to life
  • Understanding the professional personalities in the room and how to capitalize on each
  • The concept of “Feel, Felt, Found” and how it can change attitudes
  • How to handle the “disruptive”, “know it all”, or otherwise difficult student
  • Bring your PowerPoint’s to life (but don’t rely on them)
  • How to have fun (you and the audience) when training those difficult subjects
  • Using pre-tests, post-tests, real time polling and other digital tools to improve your message
  • How to use participatory-based training to make an impact

Who Will Benefit:

  • Trainers
  • Managers
  • Teachers
  • HR Professionals
  • Supervisors

Instructor Profile:

David Casavant, CFM, LEED AP is the executive director of the Sustainable Workplace Alliance, a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization dedicated to health and safety in the workplace. He is known for his simplified solutions for complex compliance issues.

He is an authorized OSHA 500 and 501 trainer and in 2007, 2008 and 2010 his organization was awarded the prestigious Susan Harwood training grant from OSHA. He has been a featured speaker at World WorkPlace, American Management Association, Rockhurst University, NeoCon, SkillTV, Total Facility Management Forum and the NFM&T conference. Additionally, Mr. Casavant has written hundreds of business related articles. His articles can be found in a number of trade publications including the Facility Management Journal, Buildings, PlantServices, SkillTV and Building Operating Management.

In 2013 The Sustainable Workplace Alliance was awarded a Hazardous Materials Transportation training grant from the DOT / PHMSA and Mr. Casavant led the initiative to provide no-cost training to hazmat professionals in 27 cities across the country.

Mr. Casavant was awarded the 2003 International Facility Managers Association’s “Distinguished Author” award for his latest book entitled Emergency Preparedness for Facilities – A Guide to Safety Planning and Business Continuity. This prestigious award was presented to Mr. Casavant at IFMA’s World WorkPlace 2003 in Dallas, Texas.

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