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FAQs

Answers to our most frequent questions about Public Speaking Scotland and speaking in public.

Q. How much does it cost to use your services?

A. All our charges are based on time and include all materials and a minimum of three months’ support after your final session.

Individual Basic Programme

This programme consists of a minimum of three separate sessions of approximately an hour, usually spread out over a couple of weeks.

Investment: from £297.00

Corporate Rate

This is for larger businesses who wish to provide regular monthly support for their staff. An agreed amount of time (minimum of half a day) would be made available to support any communication activity for up to a maximum of 8 colleagues.

Investment: from £550 per day. Minimum term six months.

Keynote Speech Review

This is where we take on the role of your listener and evaluate an already prepared talk/speech/conference address/etc. before the final delivery. It is carried out during one single session of up to 90 minutes.

Investment: from £125.00

Small Group Rates

This is working with a group of 2-8 colleagues for a minimum of three separate sessions of approximately an hour, usually spread out over a couple of weeks.

Investment: from £297 + £75 for the second and subsequent member.

Q. I’m terrified at the thought of standing up and speaking in front of others. What can you suggest to help?

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A. Firstly, remember that most people have felt the same. Our fear comes from doing something that is not normal for us and so the solution lies in normalising it. Most of us do not normally speak while we are standing and our listeners are seated. So, one simple thing to practise is just that. Get your friends/family/colleagues to sit around while you stand up and speak to them. It’s amazing how quickly you’ll get used to it.

Q. I’ve been asked to do a presentation and I’ve no idea where to start. A week’s passed and I’m no further forward!

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A. Staring at that blank screen or piece of paper gets you nowhere. Use this initial worksheet to start things off. You’ll see it asks you to jot down your thoughts about the key elements before starting your presentation. Once you know what your purpose is and you have established your audience, you’ll be able to start working on your content.

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