Back in the summer I completed the level 4 Preparing to Teach in the Lifelong Learning Sector (PTLLS). It is first stage of a PGCE (Post Graduate Certificate in Education) in Lifelong learning and is required to gain ‘Qualified Teacher, Learning & Skills Status’ in the UK. Not that I’m becoming a teacher but the qualification is required for all teachers to be able to teach in the further education sector in the UK. I thought it would be nice to have on hand for the occasional corporate training I deliver.
For my ‘micro-teach’ I decided to be a little bit different and cover the topic of surviving a zombie apocalypse. Let me know if you think I’d survive…
This version is based on an imaginary Pharmaceutical company.
I’ve adopted this presentation style when visiting a client’s site after discussing their aims, ecosystem and aspirations. Each slide-deck is customized to include their own tools, terminology and vision.
The feedback has been amazing. Apparently most vendors go in with narcoleptic slide-ware without considering how their solution plays with a broader strategy. I’m not blowing my own trumpet, merely highlighting a successful presentation style and somewhat naive but well received approach.
If you use these slides please credit me/Sid, unlike a few large consultancies I could mention who embedded my slides into their own narco-deck without a mention :-0
I’ll be at the Online Information exhibition from Tuesday to Thursday this week. On Tuesday I’ll be giving a presentation about the work I’ve been doing with the Knowledge Plaza guys which includes a run down on Social Search, and how the product came to market after a pilot at one of the largest consultancies in the world.
Tuesday evening the Knowledge Plaza team will be buying the drinks at the l-restaurant at 2 Abingdon Road Kensington. I also have 100 of these 2GB USB drives to give away preloaded with my presentation. So come say hi at booth 794 or join us for a drink on Tuesday.
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