Slide / PPT Design Workshop & Business Presentation skills (2 Days)

Members: RMB 5500 *
Non-Members: RMB 6600 *
* Price subject to 6,72% V. A. T. (the price is valuable for this 2019-2020’s session and includes: training fees, educational material, coffee breaks and lunches)

Registration will open soon *please note that booking the event in your calendar does NOT mean that you are registered. You need to register first if you want to attend an event.


Why attend this course

Slides are the visual packaging of your idea or pitch. Without proper training, most slides appear unprofessional, disorganized, illogically sequenced, and unpersuasive.

This workshop teaches trainees to design customized slides that are targeted for their specific audiences. Designing for optimum clarity, comprehension, and persuasion is the goal.

In todays fast paced business environment, you cant afford to make a bad impression with your slides. Your audience will draw conclusions and make judgements about you, your company, and your ideas just from what they see in your slides. What if your slides were actually boosting your message instead of undermining it?


Who Should Attend

Professionals in all fields who need to convey information visually through slides. This becomes an absolute necessity in jobs that call for clearly conveying important information, gaining confidence from superiors when reporting, and any presentations of a persuasive manner. This training program will be customized to the level of the participants and their specific roles at work.


What you will learn


Visual Design: Focuses on content development, structure,  and the main aesthetic principles of slide design: Contrast, repetition, alignment, and proximity.

Color theory, typography, image selection,  and visual advertising principles are all covered in this workshop. The workshop is interactive and motivational.

Cognitive Design: Emphasis on persuasion Psychology, Cognitive principles of visual communication design, and An overview of best practices for charts and graphs and basics of data visualization.

Students will create and present an actual slide deck presentation in the 2 day format.

Note:This is a design class and will focus on principles of cognition and instructional design. There are many tools that can be used to create slides. This is not a software class.


Day 1

9:30 -Morning Session|DESIGN

• Icebreaker and Introduction to the 3D Presentation System approach to Slide Design

Objectives- crystallizing your goals

Audience Analysis- researching , targeting, and designing for your target audience.

Segmentation- Target Demographic research methods. & designing for diverse targets

11:00 Break


- creative focus on creating content


- isolating main points , breaking down ideas into slides, and going analog

12:00 Lunch

1:00 Afternoon Session|DEVELOP

Structure and Sequencing

- developing a clear, logical and natural flow

• Cover Slides and Content Slides

AEA- the Assertion - Evidence Approach: logical development of material

2:30 Break

Color theory - basic design principles, color emotion psychology, and choosing industry color palettes and color schemes

Image selection- resources, selection, legality, and placement

Simplicity- eliminating excess content

Cognition- optimizing audience retention

White space- less is more: avoiding clutter and improving aesthetics

Typography- font selection and stylizations

5:00 End of day 1


Day 2

9:30 -Morning Session|DELIVER

• Icebreaker

• Review of day 1

Layout Design- Contrast, Repetition ,Alignment, and Proximity

11:00 Break

Body Language- Posture, gestures, and positioning

Gestures- Using emphatic and descriptive movements to paint pictures, touch hearts, and

motivate minds

12:00 Lunch

1:00 Afternoon Session DELIVERY AND FEEDBACK

PowerPoint techniques to increase speed and efficiency


- Signaling the close and reviewing and summarizing

Q & A- Framing scope, drilling down, and answering tough questions

2:30 Break

Final Presentation-Slide Design assignment

Student presentations-Final ppt / slide presentation

Feedback : Evaluation and future recommendations

Review - overview and future goals


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