Speechwriting: Preparing Speeches and Oral Presentations – 1-day course in DC

Speechwriting

Preparing Speeches and Oral Presentations

This is one of the courses in our Word Workshop, offered throughout the year.

Historical marker to Lincoln's Gettysburg Address, by Frank Kovalchek

Historical marker to Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address, by Frank Kovalchek


Get expert guidance on writing speeches and preparing oral presentations. This course shows you how to prepare for and draft an effective speech, focusing on organization, sequence, support and style. You will get tips and guidance from an experienced speechwriter.

This course is for anyone with less than 3 years experience writing speeches or for those with more experience who want a refresher.

When: April 19, 2013, 8:30 am – 4:00 pm

Where: See course page for maps and details.

For more information, see TCNSW.com
Approved for CEUs from George Mason University
Approved for 0.6 CEUs from George Mason University.

For more information about all of our writing courses, including agendas and secure online registration, see WordWorkshop.com

These courses and any combination of their topics can be tailored for custom on-site presentation at your location and both are available via the GSA Schedule.






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