Competition: Improve your presentation skills

Competition: Improve your presentation skills

Accountancy Age is offering readers a chance to brush up on their presentation skills with the offer of a free place on an intensive course worth up to £500.In partnership with training company Peoplefocus.co.uk, two readers will win free places on the courses.

Two prizes are up for grabs. First prize is a place on an intensive presentation skills programme. A one day coaching programme for those with some experience there is a maximum of four delegates on this course with usually costs £495 plus VAT.

Second prize is a place on a basic one day programme for those new to presentation skills training. There is a maximum of five delegates on this course which usually costs £395 plus VAT.

Even is you are not lucky to win one of these excellent prizes, Accountancy Age readers are also entitled to 20% off future Peoplefocus.co.uk programmes.

For details call Sarah or Jackie on 01932 867510 or email sarah@peoplefocus.co.uk or jackie@peoplefocus.co.uk.

To enter the competition just answer this simple question and email your answer to comp@accountancyage.com

Which British politician recently styled himself as the ‘quiet man’ of Westminster?

  • Tony Blair
  • Ian Duncan Smith
  • Charles Kennedy
  • Austin Mitchell

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