We all have a favourite story. A tale that sticks in the mind, often for years. But what makes it memorable? Telling a good story is indeed an art form and having the ability to ‘hook’ or engage your listeners is no easy task. Whether your audience is children or adults, gripping them and holding that attention is a skill. So, with this superb Global Edulink course, learn what it takes to become a polished storyteller. People have been sharing stories socially and culturally for years, often with improvisation, theatrics, or some form of embellishment. Storytelling is a means of education, entertainment, cultural preservation, or instilling moral values. Crucial elements of stories and storytelling include: a plot, characters, and a narrative point of view used both orally or in other media to disclose the narrative of that story. Discover how to connect with your audience, keep their attention, and tell a good tale. Grasp how to effectively recount stories of your family, for instance. Construct a plot and story structures, and examine how to manage performance anxiety.
Who should take this course
• Parents, guardians of children (such as extended family) • Business professionals • Managers looking to improve training delivery • Anyone hoping for a writing career
Career options after graduation
This course will help to successfully obtain a career as the following: • Storyteller • Marketing Manager • Content Writer and Editorial • Production Graphics Specialist • Public Relations Officer • Copywriter • Editor
CPD & IAP
Course Curriculum 1. An Overview Of The Storytelling Triangle 2. Connect Story And Audience 3. A Study Of Family Stories 4. The Power Of Fairy Tales 5. Every Story Needs A Hero 6. Conflict And Meaning 7. Command Your Story 8. Definitions Of Visualization And Memory 9. Perception, Manipulation And Time 10. The Narrator For Character And Audience 11. Developing Complex Characters 12. The Structure Of Plot And Story 13. Emotion And Empathy Within Storytelling 14. The Perspective Of Narration 15. Definition Of Vocal Intonation 16. How To Prepare To Perform? 17. Transform Performance Anxiety 18. Adapting To Audience 19. Work With Your Audience 20. The Power Of Orality - Remember Your Stories
About Course Provider
Global Edulink is a well-established Professional and Vocational training provider in the United Kingdom and it aims to meet the employment needs of the youth and people in the United Kingdom and other parts of the world. Global Edulink builds a bridge for the gap in employability skills, in response to the demands of a changing workforce. Global Edulink is widely known as a one of leading providers of high quality Employability Skills, professional & Vocational training and workforce development service and it has built up an excellent reputation of delivering of professional and vocational training throughout the UK and rest of the world.
The institute has been offering numbers of professional and Vocational courses including SIA Security Courses, Teacher Training courses, Business & Office administration courses, Health and Social Care courses, Project Management course, Accounting courses, Beauty Therapy, Customer Service courses and IT courses as core disciplines.