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Young People:

‘Speak Up Speak Out’

Essential Communication Skills

You’re never too young to learn how to say what you mean or get yourself heard.

‘Speak Up Speak Out’ training is a one-day training course in a safe and supportive environment. Practical exercises will help to develop self-confidence and trust in the speaking process. There is nothing more empowering than speaking publicly with clarity and from the heart. This is a must!

You’ll learn to:

– Speak with confidence and clarity, using your voice for impact

– Think on your feet – impromptu speaking

– Structure your speech and your topic

– Enjoy public speaking in a day of fun games and exercises

– Understand and use body language to emphasise your words

– Receive group and individual feedback given by our expert trainer throughout the day

– Learn to listen to others

Key Facts:

– Two Day, One-day, half-day or 2 hour workshop

– Max. 25 participants in a group (negotiable for schools) for full-day workshop

– Max. 20 participants for half-day and 2 hour workshops

– This specific training can be delivered at our office; however, if you already have a group who want to take part, we’ll come to you

Next workshop:

The next workshop to take place at our office will be on 30th and 31st August. It will be a 2 day workshop and guardians will be invited on the second day to come along and watch the speeches prepared by the young people.

The days will run from 1pm-5pm and is suitable for participants aged 12-17.


To get booked in for the course at our office or to arrange your own workshop, please call us on 020 7922 7902 or download and return this booking form to info@speakerstrust.org.




Participant Quote

Absolutely fantastic! I feel so much more confident – it’s great to get feedback. There are so many useful tips which help. The trainer is excellent – very non-threatening. Thanks!

Ann Fothergill
The Isaac Newton Professional Development Centre

Top Ten Tips

3) Structure Your Talk

Use a clear structure –  beginning, middle and end. This will help keep your mind focused on what you want to say next.

Recent Clients

Chingford Foundation School
Haringey Council