Thursday, October 25, 2018

Learn the Art of Public Speaking & Communication

Learn the Art of Public Speaking & Communication, SIPpost
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SIPpost: October 25th 2018

In this issue: 
•    SIP&Toast conducts a course in the Art of Public Speaking
•    Article on Technology

Learn the Art of Public Speaking and Communication

Is Public Speaking only for Politicians?

No, Public Speaking is not only for Politicians, we all speak publicly and wish to communicate with others more efficiently, leaving a positive value and impression behind.

Here is as an opportunity for speakers and non-speakers to learn the Art of Public Speaking.

A group of advanced Toastmasters will conduct a Speech-craft course as six interactive workshops.

Dates: November 7, 14, 21, 28, December 5, 12
Every Wednesday for six weeks, commencing on November 7, 2018

Time: 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm.

Venue: The Lounge, Richmond Green Sports Centre
1300 Elgin Mills Road E.,  Richmond Hill  ON   L4S 1M5

Details and Registration:
A special price for SIPpost subscribers: Only $80 for six workshops

Max Haroon  |  |  416-891-4937

About SIP&Toast
SIP & Toast is a Richmond Hill, Ontario’s community based Toastmaster new club to foster leadership, boost speaking and communication skills by having weekly meetings.
Our members come from diverse background, such as Technology and health practitioners and everything in between of all adult ages.

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