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Preparing and Delivering Congressional Testimony
Are you being called to the Hill within the next few months? Does the thought of testifying in front of Members of Congress make you nervous? If so, TheCapitol.Net course, Preparing and Delivering Congressional Testimony on July 30, 2009, will prepare you with the tools you need to impress the big shots on Capitol Hill.
Taught by faculty who have more than 10 years' experience working with and helping professionals prepare for testifying before congressional committees, this course eases the nerves and jitters of those being called to testify.
Attendees learn all aspects of testimony preparation including research, persuasion and the effective structure of written and oral testimony. Delivery techniques to enhance oral delivery, ways to deal with stress, and techniques for addressing Q&A sessions are discussed.
This course is open to all attendees who write or deliver testimony before Congress. Faculty will answer attendees’ questions about the do’s and don’ts of congressional testimony.
This course is approved for .6 CEU credits from George Mason University. Fee includes all course materials, a continental breakfast, and a networking lunch. To preserve the small-group, hands-on atmosphere, seating is limited. This course is an elective for the Certificate in Communication and Advocacy. To learn more, please visit http://www.congressionaltestimony.com or call TheCapitol.Net directly at 703-739-3790.
Based in Alexandria, VA, TheCapitol.Net is a non-partisan firm that since 1999 has offered media, legislative, budget and advocacy training for thousands of government and business leaders each year.
June 19, 2009 06:37 PM Training