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Public Speaking Course for Homeschool Kids

Where: Midland Junction Arts Centre, 276 Great Eastern Highway, Midland, Western Australia

Restrictions: Family Friendly

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  • General Admission for Course: $280.00
  • Buy Tickets – 0477182555
  • Additional fees may apply

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Listed by: Sophie Zadeh

Public Speaking Course for Kids is a series of weekly workshops which equip children with the skills and knowledge to be able to deliver their message with impact.

Payment is to attend all 8 sessions.

Through games, activities and lessons, children will learn about, practise and develop:

- Vocal tips, tricks and techniques and warm-ups
- Body language basics
- Reading an audience
- Presentation techniques
- Script writing
- Messaging through stories
- Building confidence
- Abdominal breathing
- Managing nervousness

Body-brain feedback loop–triggering positive emotion and inner feelings of confidence, through body and voice

This beginner’s course sets the foundations, teaching simple concepts grounded in science. In subsequent intermediate and advanced courses, we’ll build on and add concepts, with activities and exercises designed to develop attendees further.

The course is suitable for children who are introverted, shy, or those with anxiety, issues with confidence, etc. We provide an environment where they feel safe to learn and develop–even if they don’t want to speak in public. The knowledge and skills learned will be valuable in other areas of their life, helping them to become better and more confident communicators.

Participants will be able to attend future courses, where they build on what they have learned, to enable them to further grow in confidence and develop into mature and well-rounded young adults.

Course Facilitator, Sophie Halliday Zadeh

Sophie works in the world of nonverbal communication, working with executives and leadership teams from government and industry giants, including Woodside, PwC, Rio Tinto, Northern Star and Alcoa.

She coaches public speakers, TEDx presenters and educators, helping them to convey their message with impact. Sophie has worked with TED-Ed, creating an animated lesson–Are There Universal Expressions of Emotion?

She has featured across a variety of news and media platforms, including ABC Radio, The West Australian, The CEO magazine, Seven News Media and Foxtel Networks. Her blog was recently rated in the top five body language blogs on the web.

Terms and Conditions
- Participants are expected to behave and be nice to one another. Disruptive behaviours and bullying will not be tolerated. My Alcomy reserves the right to terminate enrolment if unacceptable behaviour is not resolved.
- Parents and carers are required to drop off and collect participants.
- Parents and carers are required to arrive on time to collect participants.
- Parents or carers must be contactable during the session, in case of an emergency.
- Participants must be able to take themselves to the toilet and use it without the need for assistance or must bring a parent/carer to assist.
- My Alcomy must be notified if participants have any existing medical or behavioural conditions and allergies. In some cases, it may be necessary for parents or carers to attend the session.
- In the event of an emergency or perceived emergency, costs incurred for calling an ambulance for a participant are to be payable by their parent or carer.
- Participants are occasionally photographed for promotional purposes. On enrolment, we’ll give you the option of participants being included/excluded from photographs.