The essence of effective communication is the ability to create an impact. The ability to inspire others by communication thoughts, ideas and concepts in ways that are engaging and enlightening is an imperative professional and personal life skill. A new three-day course created by NIDA (National Institute of Dramatic Art) specifically for the design industry […]
September 10th, 2010
The essence of effective communication is the ability to create an impact.
The ability to inspire others by communication thoughts, ideas and concepts in ways that are engaging and enlightening is an imperative professional and personal life skill.
A new three-day course created by NIDA (National Institute of Dramatic Art) specifically for the design industry professional will teach you how to maximise your natural ability to communicate genuinely, authoritatively and persuasively.
This is a highly experimental program and participants will work closely with a skilled NIDA tutor to explore the key ingredients in creating vocal and physical presence leaving a lasting impression on any audience.
The course will be held on: 13,14, 17 October 2010 and 22, 23, 26 November 2010 at the Coco Republic Design School, Alexandria.
Classes are limited to 12 students. Cost $1,950.
To secure your position, visit www.cocorepublic.com.au/design-school.
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