PowerPoint Training Courses
PowerPoint training courses often fail to teach participants to do what is truly useful in PowerPoint. By focusing on how to format bullet points and how to arrange text on a page all some typical PowerPoint training courses achieve is to help participants make ineffective slides look more neat.
m62 takes a different approach to PowerPoint training. Our courses teach participants – even those starting from a very basic level – how to create animated, visual, slides that are truly effective. Over the course of a day or two, an m62 PowerPoint training course will turn a PowerPoint beginner into a PowerPoint guru – able to create slides that work to communicate effectively, while ensuring that PowerPoint presentations support – rather than undermine – your brand.
m62 PowerPoint training courses are usually delivered on-site for small groups, but are also run as open-access courses. m62 delivers PowerPoint training courses around the UK, USA, Europe, and Asia. Want to find out how we can teach you to use PowerPoint like a pro? Let us call you to find out how we can work together.
1st February - Advanced PowerPoint training – go beyond bullet-points to create stunning and effective visual presentations. m62 PowerPoint training course.PowerPoint Training
1st February - m62 course. Basic PowerPoint training, and how to produce more engaging, more memorable and therefore more effective presentations.PowerPoint Training
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Paulette Johnson, Business Development and Marketing Lead, Notts Healthcare
The presentation delivery went really well, and we were successful in winning the bid. The audience feedback was that it was the best presentation they’d ever seen, and that the information conveyed had been an influencing factor in comparing us to our competition