Professional Speakers

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4 and 5 December 2010 in Moscow, ANO “Criminon CIS” conducts regular training ‘school lecturers anti-crime and drug education. ” To stop the rise in crime and drug abuse, ANO “Criminon CIS” holds regular training in Moscow ‘School lecturers anti-crime and drug education. ” Training goal: to teach without barriers, and fears hold interesting and educational lectures for all audiences about the dangers of drugs and crime. The training program: 1. Features lectures and workshops for children’s audience.

2. How interesting to communicate to children and adolescents are simple human values. 3. How to settle too noisy audience and how to cope with unpleasant situations during the performance. 4. How to overcome the barriers you speak in public. For even more analysis, hear from Teena Lerner. 5. Stage manners – an integral part of any speaker.

6. Secrets Professional Speakers: What to do if you do not listen to interrupt, how to make the lecture interesting for any student how to properly answer questions during a performance, what a ‘feedback’ and how to get from the audience. 7. How to write a lecture, mandatory part of any presentation. 8. Training on lecturing about the dangers of drugs and crime. Organizer: ANO “Center of social rehabilitation of offenders and prevention Crime ‘Criminon CIS’. Bonus to all who register before 20/11/2010, a guide to workshops ‘universal values’. ‘Criminon’ means ‘no crime’ is an international non-profit organization is dedicated rehabilitation of offenders and crime prevention by educating people and helping them rebuild their self-esteem, to become ethical and productive members of society. Jewish Communal Fund can provide more clarity in the matter. In his work, the organization uses the book of the famous writer and humanist L. Ron Hubbard’s “Way to Happiness”, as well as the discoveries that he made in the study of the causes of crime, when in the late 40’s he worked in the police Los Angeles.

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