Presenter Training Courses
On Camera Presentation Skills Workshop

(from just £225 per person + group discounts)


Kitplus are delighted to offer this brand new workshop at our Newbury studio’s in collaboration with The Presenter Network . During the half day session we can help you come across on camera as confident and engaging with your audience warming to you and your product immediately.

Due to the high quality HD videos and internet speeds, more companies are using video to get their message across with webinars and online videos, including those at trade shows of course where you may be tired, stressed and in unfamiliar surroundings – typically these are always the videos that go viral!

You may have been on camera many times and this workshop is not intended to pick holes but instead to polish and give further tips to build upon your current skills. For both experienced and those new to presenting or being interviewed on camera then the top 6 items to be looked at during this workshop will be:-

- Dealing with nerves
- Being on-camera ready (appearance and style)
- Being Confident on-camera
- Embellishing a subject and to ‘Lifestyle it’
- Body language (posture, gestures, movement)
- Demonstrating successfully


Why do people need Presentation Training?

Standing in front of an audience or camera can be a nerve-wracking experience for some. Getting nervous when public speaking is a natural emotion. We help channel that nervous energy to give you the confidence to stand up and speak to camera or an audience. We help deal with self doubt and guide you through the entire process. Others may appear confident in front of the camera, however the audience may not warm to these people so the message is lost; we coach you or your staff to deliver inspiring presentations which engage the audience immediately.

From choosing the topic to using correct voice tone and body language, you learn how to deliver an effective presentation to camera and teach you how to handle tough Q&A sessions with focus and ease.

- Convey information in a compelling and convincing manner
- Leave a lasting and positive impression on your audience
- Improve your poise and charisma while presenting
- Develop presentation techniques best suited to you

Through interactive exercises and small group activities, we turn theory into practicable techniques that will transform your presentations to camera. Our workshops will show you how you can build your confidence and gain the skills vital to speaking on camera successfully. Also help you deliver dynamic, convincing pieces to camera.

Who should attend?

Executives, managers, sales people, trainers, and those who wish to acquire or improve presentation skills. This course will help the above gain confidence and develop the skills to address any audience, anywhere successfully.

How much?

There is a morning or an afternoon workshop to choose from (9am-12.30pm or 1pm-4.30pm) and with the introductory discount the cost is just £225 per person with a maximum of 4 people per session to ensure you get the very best advise, practise and feedback.

  About The Presenter Network  
  Richie Litchfield has presented on a variety of TV Programmes and Live Productions in many countries. His unique style and personality, has given him huge audience appeal over the years. His honesty, warmth and confident delivery viewers and guests just love!

Constantly presenting in live, interactive environments he has worked for many channels including the BBC, ITV and QVC as well as many corporate clients. He has presented on more than 16 entertainment shows and has over 11000 hours of live TV presenting under his belt.
Richie has been in the forefront of interactive and gaming television since its inception. He has and continues to train, coach and mentor new on-screen talent and was recruited as the face of Canon for QVC continuing as a regular contributor to the shows on this channel. He regularly works closely with large blue chip corporate companies training its presenters, delivering presentations and consulting on their broadcast needs.