Have you ever attended a presentation that failed because the presenter was ill prepared or ineffective in his approach? A successful presenter must possess the proper skills to plan and deliver an effective business case presentation and employ strategies to establish and maintain the audience's attention. This course examines the careful planning and delivery of a business case presentation. It focuses on the use of visual aids and handouts in a presentation, the structure and development of a presentation in light of audience needs, and the elements involved in successfully delivering the presentation to that audience.
This online course forms part of the SkillsNet short course suite.
Please note this course is only available to CPA Australia members.
Recognise the benefits of a well-prepared business case presentation
Analyse an audience prior to giving a presentation in a given scenario
Identify questions to ask about your audience prior to the presentation
Identify specific elements of a well-planned presentation
Apply a structured approach to the preparation of a business case in a given scenario
Match methods of generating ideas with their corresponding descriptions
Match specific presentation aids with their appropriate use
Recognise the benefits of knowing how to deliver an effective business case presentation
Identify methods of reducing stress before giving a presentation
Identify ways to practice and rehearse before delivering a presentation
Apply methods of optimising the environment prior to giving a presentation
Maintain a rapport with the audience in a given presentation scenario
Identify ways a presenter can establish and maintain good audience rapport in a given scenario
Identify methods of managing questions and answers after a business case presentation
Effectively close a presentation in a given scenario