Microsoft PowerPoint debuted in May of 1990 and was originally designed to provide visuals for group presentations within business organizations. Over the years, PowerPoint has grown in popularity and become the standard communications solution for not only business, but education and beyond.
An individual who has the skills to implement “Best Practices” into presentations can often create extremely dynamic presentations that can make or break a sale.
The term “Death by PowerPoint” resonates with audiences of all ages who attend presentations that show slides with too much information on them. That clutter causes a lack of attention in the audience. People who understand how much information should be on each slide and how to effectively use animation tools, colors, and graphics to keep their audience engaged have more impact on their audience’s understanding of the subject matter behind the presentation.
We offer courses in PowerPoint Level 1, PowerPoint Level 2, and Custom PowerPoint courses. Courses can be delivered in 3-hour blocks, and scheduled in the morning, afternoon, or early evenings. Yes, we also provide weekend training classes.