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									Toastmasters Offers Public Speaking “Short Course” in “Lunch & Learn”


Improving your public speaking skills has never been easier! Now available as a “lunch
& learn,” the [club name] Toastmasters announces its “short course” in public speaking.

Called Speechcraft, this short course doesn’t need a classroom or assign grades.
Experienced Toastmasters present the fundamentals of public speaking in a relaxed,
enjoyable atmosphere. Through participation, you will become an experienced and poised
speaker.

“Speechcraft is a great way to learn and practice new skills in a fun environment,” says
[name], President of [club]. “Participants can become more effective in conducting
business meetings, motivating people, selling ideas or products and solving problems. It’s
an on-the-job ‘must’!”

The Speechcraft program consists of [four? Five? Six? Seven? Eight?] sessions focusing
on skills such as impromptu speaking, using audiovisual aids, body language, and
listening. In each, you’ll learn through real-time practice and by studying the materials
provided. Your own Toastmasters advisor will help you prepare for your short talks. The
first session will be held [day, time].

All are welcome.


About Toastmasters
From one club started in 1924 at the YMCA in Santa Ana, California, Toastmasters has
grown to become the world’s leading organization teaching public speaking and
leadership skills and helping people conquer their pre-speech jitters. Since that first club,
more than four million men and women have enjoyed the benefits of Toastmasters
membership. The nonprofit organization now has approximately 226,000 members in
11,500 clubs in 91 countries.

For more information, please contact [VP Membership Name] [VP of Membership
telephone number] or see [club website].

								
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