How to Give a Technical Presentation

Everything your team needs to know about about giving a technical presentation.

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Giving any kind of presentation can be difficult, but presenting technical information to a non-technical audience can be overwhelming. In our workshop, your team will learn strategies to prepare and deliver engaging technical presentations that are both impactful and meaningful, regardless of whether the audience is technical.

Choose How to Take the Course:

In our instructor-led, customized onsite workshop, your team will learn strategies to plan and design compelling technical presentations. The onsite workshops are hosted at your facility and offered in one-, two-, or three-day sessions.

Learn more about onsite training here.

Course Objectives:

  • Plan and prepare technical information to engage listeners
  • Deliver impactful presentations
  • Presenting to a variety of listeners
  • Handling questions
  • Using body language, voice, and structure

In our instructor-led, customized onsite workshop, your team will learn strategies to plan and design compelling technical presentations. These virtual sessions are offered in one-, two-, or three-hour sessions.

Learn more about virtual training here.

Course Objectives:

  • Plan and prepare technical information to engage listeners
  • Deliver impactful presentations
  • Presenting to a variety of listeners
  • Handling questions
  • Using body language, voice, and structure
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I found this class to be extremely worthwhile for our business and I came away with many useful tools. The instructor was great at engaging the class and presented information well. Overall, I'd say this was the most important course I've taken that will have a direct impact on my daily work.

Gregory M.
- Verified Course Attendee

What To Expect

Before the Course

  • A deep dive by our analysts into your team’s documents
  • A customized proposal that outlines the topics we propose to cover based on this analysis
  • A discovery/planning call to ensure that our plan meets your vision
  • Pre- and post-class assessment (depending on the package you choose)

During the Course

  • In-class exercises that give participants opportunities to apply concepts
  • Breakout sessions in which participants work collaboratively to apply concepts and solve writing problems
  • Examples of your team’s rewritten workplace samples to illustrate concepts
  • Real-time feedback from the instructor on breakouts
  • Micro-learning sessions
  • Socratic discussion
  • Opportunities for participants to ask questions

After the course

Depending which option you choose, your team can expect:

  • Scores on their’ post-class assessment
  • Access to our digital library, which includes short videos, quizzes, and other resources
  • Access to Option 1 of one of our online courses
  • Office hours, so that participants can meet with the instructor, share work, and get personalized feedback
  • Forums, which is a chat room that participants can use to ask questions and get answers from our team of writing professionals
  • Personalized coaching and feedback

Why Improve Your Team’s Presentation Skills?

Strong presentation skills help establish a professional and productive workplace and lead to both business and individual success. In our presentations courses, your team will learn strategies to engage their audience, use visuals effectively, and drive their audience to the appropriate conclusion.

Clearer Communication

Clearer, More Engaging Presentations

Your team will learn techniques to engage their audience and present their ideas so that they’re easy for the audience to digest.

More Effective Communication

By learning how to connect with audiences — whether peers, supervisors, or customers — your team will build confidence and deliver information so that it’s impactful.

Improved Audience Buy-In

When your team understands that there’s more to presenting than simply talking, they’ll be better able to get audience buy-in.