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Master of Ceremony and Protocol Course

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1 14 - 15 Oct 2019 Bogor Register

OVERVIEW

Over recent years, there has been a transformation in the delivery of conferences, seminars, exhibitions and presentations to prospects, customers, investors, media and other groups. And, of course, the Annual General Meeting (AGM). The ability to run proceedings smoothly is the key to this, and the chairperson must be fair, firm and ensure that timekeeping is rigorously applied. Whilst organizations think nothing of spending many thousands on a conference or event, sometimes little thought is given to the correct protocol for the proceedings of the day. Yet, if not properly conducted, poor protocol can severely effect an organization’s hard won reputation. After attending this course, you can be assured that you’ll be able to better understand the protocol and social etiquette of a Master of Ceremonies. In today’s highly competitive and demanding entertainment industry, you just can’t afford to make mistakes.

OBJECTIVES

By the end of this training course, participants will be able to:

  • Better representation of an organisation in a public arena
  • Better internal and external communication
  • Improved communication skills
  • Better vocabulary
  • Increased motivation
  • Increased confidence

TARGET PARTICIPANTS

  • All people who have strong desired to increase the communication people
  • People that work as MC

COURSE CONTENTS

The Skills needed to be an MC

  • Showmanship Skills
  • Secret of using the microphone
  • Self-presentation as emcee:
  • Personal grooming & appearance
  • Creating the mood for the event

Preparing before an Event

  • Practical knowledge as Master of Ceremonies:
  • Opening, greeting, icebreaking; Voice & tone; Creating powerful-wording; Generate enthusiasm
  • Writing an emcee script
  • Crisis Management

BECOMING GREAT MASTER OF CEREMONIES / TOASTMASTER / CHAIRPERSON

  • The role of the Master of Ceremonies / Toastmaster / Chairperson
  • Timekeeping
  • Speeches to introduce speakers
  • Thanking speakers
  • Answering questions
  • Presenting an award
  • Evaluating others
  • Understand the stage presence
  • Understand stage management
  • Body Language
  • Fight the terror of stage fear
  • Impromptu speaking