Adult Communication Principles and Methods

219 – Adult Communication Principles and Methods: Introduces three primary methods to communicate effectively with any type of audience you may encounter and provides the necessary tools to improve your daily communication skills.

Course Number: C219
Course Title: Adult Communication Principles and Methods
Course Level: Intermediate
IRWA Credits: 16 QEU / CEU
AQB Credits: Non Applicable


Course Description

Course Description:

This course provides participants with an understanding of presenting, instructing and facilitating; an opportunity to develop or enhance presentation, instruction and facilitation skills; personal and professional development, and a venue during which to assess personal skills and abilities before expressing an interest in becoming an IRWA Instructor or a Conference presenter. At the conclusion of the course, participants will have learned about, developed, and demonstrated presentation, instruction and facilitation techniques.


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At the conclusion of this course, you will be able to:
• Describe three different methods of communication: presentation, instruction, and facilitation;
• Understand the differences between each method and when to use them; and
• Demonstrate these three methods of communication.

Course Tuition Includes

Learning Guide

Required Material

Non Applicable

Who Should take this course

The course is intended for individuals who want to develop or enhance their presentation, instruction and facilitation skills.


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