How to stand up and be heard: follow-up presentation

Date: 28 February 2018
Venue: Room 2D09 (Library), Glenside Campus
Time: 13:30 - 15:30

How to attend

If you are interested in attending this event, please register via InfoHub.


This workshop uses a non-threatening approach to practice public speaking with confidence.

Objectives of workshop

This is an opportunity for all participants who attended the previous weeks, or any previous, 'How to stand up and be heard' workshop to practice a presentation using the strategies gained from attending the initial workshop. Participants are invited to give a 10-minute presentation on any subject.

Other participants will give constructive feedback and support.

Please note: This workshop is only open to those who have attended an initial 'How to stand up and be heard' workshop. If you have not attended this three-hour workshop, you can check forthcoming sessions via Study Skills Events.

Meet your workshop facilitator

Dr Rob Grieve is a senior lecturer in Physiotherapy at UWE Bristol. As a person who has stuttered since childhood, he has found that his many years of teaching/public speaking experience had been hugely beneficial in the successful self-management of his speech dysfluency and anxiety in public speaking. The approach to help those who stutter gain confidence in public speaking is similar for people who are fluent.

If you have any questions or any accessibility needs, please do contact us.

Cost: Free

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