Overview – Core Starting Skills
How much do you know about how to get big ideas across? How much do you know about why we reject things? Do you know how to keep the attention of your audience for more than 20 minutes?
You might have pitched before, but have you pitched something that your client doesn’t understand—something that is completely new to them? Imagine trying to get an idea across that opens doors and changes the way people see things.
How much do you know about using and telling stories to teach? Experience may be the best way to learn, but story is the oldest and most powerful way to teach.
The Core Starting skills introductory course is short course that teaches you how to communicate the biggest ideas to your clients & how to use the exact same story structure that is used in Hollywood to keep your client engaged for as long as they need you.
Core Starting Skills is the ultimate starting course for any instructor who wants to employ powerful instructional skills as soon as they complete this course.
This program will go into detail about why radical ideas and new concepts are rejected by clients and the steps that need to be taken to better get your idea across. You will also learn about the power of story’s and how these can be used in teaching.
Who is this for?
This program has been designed for instructors and entrepreneurs who are just getting started with teaching clients as part of their business.
This program will explain exactly what is needed to get ideas across to new clients without triggering rejection and to employ the art of story telling to add value to your training programs.
Please note: This course is not nationally accredited in line with the Certificate IV in Workplace Training and Assessment.
By the end of this program you will be able to.
Know the key reasons why ideas are rejected by clients.
Understand the four steps to introduce ideas to clients to promote further learning
Know how story is the oldest and most powerful method to teach.
Know the difference between the emotional connection with narratives and characters
Learn the Scene-Sequel-Cycle to better tell stories and better captivate clients.