Using Voiceover Narration to Enhance Your Training Programs (Videos, eLearning, PowerPoint Presentations, etc.)
Increase learner engagement and retention by using voiceover narration properly in your training programs. In this presentation you’ll learn 1) best practices for writing narration scripts, 2) the difference between a bad narration and a good effective narration, 3) how narration can expand your options for presenting material, 4) simple techniques for getting the narration right on the first go-around, 5) the shocking truth about cost, and 6) how a professional narrator can simplify your work life and make you happier. You’ll be a pro at writing narration scripts in no time at all!
About the Speaker:
Jay Prichard is a voiceover talent, voiceover producer, and actor for training, eLearning, PowerPoint, corporate, technology, legal, and tradeshow videos, as well as commercials and film. He has narrated over 40 audiobooks, both fiction and non-fiction. With a B.S. in Electrical and Computer Engineering, and corporate experience that includes marketing, sales, employee training, customer training, tradeshow management, and presenter, he has a solid foundation for working with business clients and understanding their needs, with a professional, reliable attitude. Jay enjoys being service-oriented, whether for fellow employees, customers, or clients across numerous industries. Listen to voiceover narration samples at www.jayprichard.com.
Christopher Hadnagy, is the founder and CEO of Social-Engineer, LLC. Chris possesses over 16 years experience as a practitioner and researcher in the security field. His efforts in training, education, and awareness have helped to expose social engineering as the top threat to the security of organizations today.
Chris created the first hands-on social engineering training course and certification, Advanced Practical Social Engineering, attended by law enforcement, military, and private sector professionals.
A sought-after writer and speaker, Chris has spoken and trained at events such as RSA, Black Hat, and various presentations for corporate and government clients. Chris is also the best-selling author of three books; Social Engineering: The Art of Human Hacking, Unmasking the Social Engineer: The Human Element of Security and Phishing Dark Waters: The Offensive and Defensive Sides of Malicious Emails.
Influence, Rapport, non-verbals, profiling, elicitation - all of these skills make a great social engineer. But they also are foundational skills for being a great teacher and speaker. Can you really apply social engineering skills to the classroom? Can you be educational, entertaining, fun and intelligent all at the same time? This session will delve into what Social Engineering Skills can do for you in your every day life and classroom!
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I truly enjoyed the ATD Forth Worth/Mid Cities Chapter Meeting on May 5, 2016. Everyone was extremely friendly and welcoming. I enjoyed your comments about leadership and found the statistics you provided very informative. Matt Hirst provided an excellent presentation about GameStop and how to create strategic L&D value. At the end of the meeting, I met several new people and found it to be a great networking event. Thank you for the invitation to attend. I will definitely be joining this group.
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2016 Meetings and Food!
(List subject to change)
Back to School
Chicken and Dumplings
Pork w/ Sweet Potatoes
Turkey w/ Fixings
11/17 (2 weeks before meeting because of Thanksgiving)
No Board meeting in December, dinner for board and spouse or S/O