Presentation training

Presenting with confidence in a foreign language

Do you need to give an important presentation in a foreign language in the near future? Are you worried your story won’t come across? That you might struggle to find the right words while you’re standing there in front of everyone when you can normally go on about the subject for hours? Or that your audience won’t be able to follow you?

Even when you can normally speak a foreign language fairly fluently, giving a presentation is something different. But after a presentation training at Regina Coeli, you’ll be good to go!

You can follow a presentation training in the following languages:
Arabic, Chinese, English, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Russian and Spanish

Thoroughly prepare for your presentation

When you take a presentation training course with us, you and your trainer(s) work on the presentation you need to give. You work on the structure of your story and make sure it’s a good fit for your target group in terms of both language use and culture. Presenting to a group of Americans is quite different to presenting to a group of British, French or German speakers, for example.

Most of all, you get loads of practice presenting, answering questions and guiding the discussion. You can also practice your presentation in front of a virtual audience in Regina Coeli’s VR room.

Presentation training structure

You get one full day of presentation training at Regina Coeli. You have four private lesson hours, and in between, you work on your presentation independently.

During your training, you are our guest at Regina Coeli all day long. You can make use of all our amenities, participate in various social activities and dine with us. That way, you get an effective mix of private lessons with native speakers and practising with fellow students.

The presentation training is suitable for anyone who has at least a CEF level of B1 in the target language.

You can find our fees on our rates page.

Online presentation training

You can also take this course in the form of face-to-face online lessons with a language trainer. Doing it this way means you take a minimum of two lessons per week. We recommend that you do the training in Vught so that we can support in the non-verbal aspects of presenting as well. You also have more opportunities to practise the language when you’re at our institute.

Learn how to give a presentation in a foreign language