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Don't be afraid of public speaking
If you want to talk with confidence in front of a crowd then a new club is establishing a branch in Currambine.
Organised by Toastmasters International, this non profit club has a structured public speaking and leadership training program.
To show how Toastmasters works, a demonstration meeting will be held at the Beaumaris Bowling Club located at 6 Miami Beach Promenade, Iluka. The meeting is on Wednesday 12th February starting at 7.00 pm.
Then the new Currambine Toastmasters Club will be having regular meetings every second and fourth Wednesday evening from 7.00 pm to 9.00 pm.
There are many benefits to being an effective public speaker including success in business, employment and community participation, and better communication in the family.
With 90 years of history and 300,000 members worldwide, Toastmasters has developed a strong communication program based on regular speaking practice at meetings and constructive and friendly feedback on how to improve.
Members show significant improvement in their confidence and presentation skills in a matter of months.
Speakers at the demonstration meeting will include Mike Helm who is on the Toastmasters International board of directors and Martin Lindsay who represented WA last year at the World Championships in Public Speaking in the United States.
To reserve your place at the demonstration meeting or for more information email to Peter Harrison at- firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 0416 042 162 or email Sue Fallon at- email@example.com or phone 0418 935 091