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Our first workshop in 2016 will be delivered by one of our own regular attendees, Aileen Wynne.
Aileen is known to most, if not all of us, for her good humour, enthusiasm and knowledge.
Now, we've persuaded her to give a workshop on an essential, but often neglected subject - how to prepare and deliver a presentation.
The Science (and art) of public speaking for Family Historians.
Time: 2pm to 3.30pm, Saturday 13th February 2016. Join us afterwards for refreshments in the cafe at Avalon House.
Venue: Boardroom, Eneclann Ltd., #5 Whitefriars, Aungier St., Dublin D02 TK24.
This month the Expert Workshop series focuses on public speaking.
The natural environment for genealogists and family historians is a library, study or archive. So how do we prepare when we have to give a presentation: at a society monthly meeting or conference?
In this workshop Toastmaster Aileen Wynne shares winning strategies and handy tips in the art (and science) of public speaking.
Aileen Wynne has worked on her own family history for over 20 years. She formalised what she learned through her own research, completing in 2004 the N.U.I. Dublin Certificate in Genealogy/ Family History; and in 2006 the N.U.I. Diploma in Genealogy. She is a council member of Clare Roots Society and the IGRS.
Aileen has been a member of AIB Toastmasters for 18 years, and has represented the club at area and division level.
Please note the changed venue for the month of February only, as the National Library undertakes some essential maintenance in advance of the Centenary Commemorations in March/ April.
All Expert Workshop events are free, but admission is by ticket.
To book a place
If you book and cannot go please let us know as the workshops are very popular and we maintain a waiting list.
I look forward to seeing many of you there,