Welcome to Speakers Trust – the UK’s leading public speaking training charity, specialising in the education, not-for-profit and community sectors.

Our vision is a society where everybody has the skills, confidence and desire to speak in public and our mission is to promote the lifetime benefits of effective public speaking.

Having trained over 230,000 people and worked with over 1,000 schools, colleges and charities throughout the UK, our training is designed to build confidence enabling adults and young people to speak with clarity and impact.

The training helps participants become better communicators with a greater awareness of the importance of speaking up. This improves their education and their employment prospects as well as their desire to use the power of their voice to bring positive change.

Call us now and on 0845 862 0444 or email info@speakerstrust.org and “make your life speak“.

Funded Programmes

Jack Petchey’s “Speak Out” Challenge!
The world’s largest public speaking event for young people, with over 550 state schools, 18,000 Year 10 students each year.

Peter Harrison Foundation
This programme helps young people in Surrey develop effective public speaking skills.

The Challenge
Communications skills training as part of a three week summer school programme delivered by the Challenge Network.

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Our Workshops

Communication is a skill which can be learned – by everyone. At Speakers Trust
we have some of the best trainers in the business ready to help you build your confidence and help you speak with clarity, conviction and impact.

Next open workshop

Public Speaking and Communication Skills Workshop
NEXT WORKSHOPS:

Friday 23rd January

237,938 people trained so far!

Next Open Workshop on  23rd January 2015!

Click here to find out

Call us on 0845 862 0444
to book your place now!

 

Recent Clients

The Challenge
Orkney Islands Council
Aberdeenshire Council
Cancer Research UK

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