• Do your public speaking skills match your expertise, knowledge and professional capacity?
  • Do you get ‘speaking anxiety’, which affects your efficiency in the workplace and slows professional advancement?
  • Will an ability to speak with conviction and eloquence help you get ahead of your competitors?

Speaking skills can make or break a career. Ability to convince, move and sway your audience can result in successful sales negotiation, better efficiency in training new recruits, getting a pay raise, securing series A funding, beating your competitors to a C-level job, or getting out of a traffic ticket.

Being a successful and convincing orator is not a talent or a gift. Just like driving a car, it is a skill that can be learned, and honed over time. Like any other skill, it only gets better with use.

The purpose of this course is to give professionals a methodology, that will allow them to write, prepare, and deliver stellar public speeches in a variety of professional circumstances and environments.


This course is designed to train professionals to structure and deliver effective and professional speeches and presentations. It is based on decades of public speaking experience, latest scientific research in the field of psychology and sociology, and offers only the best practices, techniques, and methods of convincing oral speech.


Paul Odnoletkov, an award-winning speaker and marketing professional with over 15 years of international experience in public speaking, social and business presentations.


Maria Gurevich, a professional educator with nearly two decades of experience teaching language-related subjects to children and adults in Canada. Founder and director of The Answer Learning Centre

The course is based on a unique methodology that utilises live examples, video and audio recordings, and transcripts of various speeches and presentations. On the practical side, the participants will benefit from specifically developed exercises and practice opportunities designed to help individuals become confident and successful speakers. Theoretical part addresses psychological, verbal, physical, vocal and social components of a public speaking engagements. Unique exercises analyse various occasions, formats, and purposes of public speaking, highlighting the differences between them and providing a methodology for maximum adaptability and practical application of the speaking techniques.


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