Educational program on risk management part two – slide presentation
- Avoid dense text blocks and use bullets to keep it short. Each slide should only contain one main point.
- Add images and charts to your text: Images, graphs and charts can help you illustrate the points that you are making.
- Design your presentation consistently: To maintain professionalism and help focus your audience on the content, use a design that is consistent.
- Use Speaker Notes: Include talking points on each slide in the section for the speaker notes to ensure you have covered all important information.
- Sources that are credible: You must support all of your claims with at least six references from credible and appropriate sources.
The purpose of a PowerPoint is not to be a script, but to enhance your presentation. You should emphasize the main points and ideas in your PowerPoint presentation. Use speaker notes to add additional information and context.