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Improve your public speaking skills. San Diego's Voyagers Toastmasters Club presents Speechcraft
San Diego’s Voyagers Toastmaster Club presents SpeechCraft Special Event
The best way to quickly and easily improve your communication skills
SAN DIEGO, CA –
Voyagers Toastmasters (http://voyagerstmclub.org/) will hold a Speechcraft Workshop to help members and nonmembers improve public speaking skills and communications skills.
This Speechcraft workshop will be held Thursday mornings beginning October 4, from 7:00 -8:30 AM and run for four consecutive weeks. Sessions will be held at the Café Coyote Restaurant, in Old Town, 2461 San Diego Ave, San Diego CA 92110. The cost of the workshop is $36 and includes all materials.
Speechcraft is a series of short, practical sessions in public speaking for those looking to overcome their fear of public speaking—becoming a better speaker, thinker, listener and leader. Attendees will be a part of a learning, supportive and friendly environment. This will also be an opportunity to meet new people, network, while learning about Toastmasters International educational programs (http://www.toastmasters.org/).
In addition, attendees of this Speechcraft will:
Gain confidence when speaking in public, giving presentations, and at job interviews
Develop communication, language and listening skills
Learn how to clarify thoughts quickly and use body language and visual aids effectively
Advance social skills and improve confidence when meeting new situations
Improve job promotion prospects
In addition to having the opportunity to practice speaking, attendees will hear speeches from Voyager Toastmasters (http://voyagerstmclub.org/) officers and members.
The interactive sessions will include Table Topics, which will allow attendees to give impromptu speeches on various subjects. There will be a chance to join Toastmasters during the Speechcraft and any speeches performed during that workshop will go towards the Toastmasters Program and the Competent Leadership award.
For more information and to sign up - contact Jerry Marino, 619-299-6827