Lorna Whiston Preschool and English Enrichment Centres

Two courses on preparing for a Professional Communication Skills Qualification with the globally recognised institution TRINITY College London (UK).

The learner will:
  1. Show considerable competence in interpersonal communication skills and use verbal and non-verbal expressions with ease and confidence.
  2. Demonstrate confidence, perceptiveness and appropriate listening skills.
  3. Demonstrate an ability to prepare, design and deliver informative talks with authority and competence, using audio and visual aids as appropriate.
  4. Employ a range of communication skills and tools with sophistication and understanding to present and engage with complex and challenging ideas.

  • The adult Trinity Speech and Drama programme aims to develop ongoing confidence, self-esteem and skill in verbal communication. The programme is designed to encourage individuality of approach, creativity and personal engagement with a range of texts and concepts from a range of literature.

    Our Speech and Drama Programmes for Adults prepare mature students to enjoy success in the Trinity Speech and Drama Examinations.

    • Speech Techniques (variation and control)
    • Delivery of prose
    • Imaginative story telling
    • Poetry presentation
    • Miming skills
    • Advanced discussion skills
    • Drama theory
    • Speech theory
    • Improvisation skills
    • Reading aloud
    • Play performance
    • Presentation of a thematic programme

    All students will be given the opportunity to register for the Speech and Drama (Solo) graded examinations twice a year, in June and November.
  • The Professional Certificate in Communication Skills is intended to provide a framework relevant to all professional situations in which the need for clear and effective spoken communication in a variety of contexts may be of paramount importance. All students will be given the opportunity to register for the Professional Certificate examinations twice a year, June and November.

    The examination comprises five sections:
    • Presentation Skills
    • Speaking in Public
    • Problem Solving and Conflict Resolution Skills
    • Summary and Feedback Skills
    • Discussion