|Last Date||08 10 2013 08:30|
|Event||07 10 2013 08:30 - 08 10 2013 16:00|
Gauteng: PRISA Randburg
Behind every great performance is an even better script. The key ingredient to a successful speech lies in the skilled hand of a good writer as well as in the sweet tongue of the speaker. By providing a safe and negotiable path through the rough terrain of radio and television, a good script is essential to help speakers and communication professionals. Effective scripts and speeches do not happen by accident though. They are planned, meticulously structured and coherent. Developing these skills is the duty of any respectable public relations professional and thanks to this workshop, easier than you think.
This workshop will provide a theoretical grounding on speech and script writing. It will also give tips on how to incorporate different techniques for different target audiences. This vibrant workshop will explain the use of story-telling and anecdotes in creating engaging scripts for various purposes. For example, corporate videos and radio adverts. Join your fellow professionals and become adept at the art of writing good scripts and memorable speeches at this intensive two day workshop.
Yuven Gouden is currently employed at the South African Institute of Chartered Accountants (SAICA) as the Communication Manager in charge of Transformation and Growth. He was previously employed at the Food, Agriculture, Natural Resources Policy Analysis Network (FANRPAN) as the Communication and Advocacy Manager. He communicates the implications of policy in agriculture Africa wide. He holds a B.A from UNISA, a B.Tech in Public Relations Management from the Tshwane University of Technology and a Senior Primary Education diploma from the Springfield College of Education.
Having devoted most of his career to teaching, mainly high school English, he served as an Examiner (Literature Higher Grade) and as an Internal Moderator (English- Second Language). He was appointed Subject Head: English at Kimberley Boys’ High School before being appointed Copy Editor at the Water Research Commission (WRC) in October 2000. He then ventured into Parliamentary liaison and also worked with the South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA). He has been responsible for successful publications such as Learning@Work; Women, Work and Learning: The impact of Violence and the SAQA newsletter, SAQA Update.
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