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Rostrum WA

Want to improve your public speaking skills?

Speak with confidence in any situation!

Develop your public speaking and presentation skills in a friendly, supportive environment. Improve your performance in:

  • work presentations/meetings
  • special occasion speeches
  • job interviews
  • social situations
  • committee meetings and more

How does it work?

Rostrum WA clubs meet on a weekly basis, so members get plenty of practice to improve their public speaking. (Some clubs meet fortnightly).

www.rostrum.com.au/wa/clubs

Each meeting has a trained tutor who provides tips, techniques and encouragement to help members improve.

We offer a supportive environment. Clubs are made up of experienced and novice speakers from a diverse range of backgrounds.

To get started

Decide on a club that is close by and meets at a time that suits you.

Contact the club by phone or email to let them know you are interested.They are sure to make you feel welcome and answer any questions you have.

Visit the club and observe what happens before making any commitment to join. You'll be able to see for yourself that we actually have a lot of fun at the meetings!

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