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Presentations, meetings and pitching. Notifying the client (Closed course)

Basic data


Tuesday 17/01/17, Wednesday 18/01/17 and Thursday 19/01/17


From 10 AM to 2:15 PM


Introductory / intermediate




Enrolled in Master and Postgraduate’s programmes (M&P): 85€ the first two courses. The third course and the following ones will have a price of 75€. | Not enrolled in M&P: 195€ each course (Alumni Bold: 15% discount).

Aimed at

The course is particularly open to everyone, since every professional or student will have to face countless of presentations throughout their careers.


As part of the working process, all professionals have to present throughout their career a lot of projects, orders, ideas, results, conclusions, etc., to chiefs, professors, tutors, persons in charge, clients, etc.

Such said presentations are often oral, with or without audiovisual support and have to be done in a short period of time. Furthermore, we are facing a change of paradigm: now “reading” the slide and give cold information is not enough.

Nowadays, giving a presentation requires not only a control of the oratory and the body language, but also communication skills, narrative, storytelling…

This is a capsule that will train the students in different technique aspects of the presentation, from the information’s structure by using storytelling, to draw the attention of the listener by using pitching techniques, the different presentation phases, the body language to use while presenting or the subsequent monitoring of the project and its results. 


  • Capacitating the student to notifying with effectiveness and closeness the necessary contents or ideas.
  • Teaching them how to clearly structure and notify the message, information, proposals and conclusions that they want to convey by using narrative tools like the storytelling.
  • Helping the students define their own style of presentation with their personality and particular mark.
  • Eliminating the artificiality of the language and developing, with coaching, a typical and adequate to the students’ personality and to the type of presentations they will have to give.
  • Developing the ability to inspire the receiver/spectator, with the addition of the said means.
  • Working, in a workshop format, on a customized presentation of every student in order to get them finish the course with an applied and specific knowledge, adapted to their needs.

Structure and contents

  1. Presenting. Presentation types. Challenges, difficulties and solutions.
  2. The presentation suitable for its contents, audience and particular mark.
  3. Giving a presentation with storytelling: leaving the information behind, heading towards values.
  4. Structure and contents of the presentation: from the conflict idea to the hero’s journey.
  5. Verb and speech. Body language, voice and “be yourself”. Pitching.
  6. Interaction with the audience. From the message to transmitting, to the “audience journey”.
  7. The supporting materials: visuals, auditives, interactive. Beyond the keynote.
  8. Practicing: the phases of a presentation. Staging. The “memorable moment”. 


Salva Rubio

Salva Rubio is a professional scriptwriter, novelist and storyteller. He currently has different full-length films in production and development, he is a cinematographic project analyst and he also has experience in animation screenplay. As a novelist, he has published two books with Penguin Random House and is working on the third novel. As a graphic novel scriptwriter, he is preparing different works for the Le Lonbard Franco-Belgian publishing house and, as a teacher, he has taught in schools such as the European University of Madrid, ESNE or ELISAVA.

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