Public Speaking is a fundamental skill that can benefit anyone, both professionally and personally.
The ability to communicate effectively in front of an audience can boost confidence, improve persuasion and influence, expand career and academic opportunities, enrich knowledge, and enhance creativity.
That’s why the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) is pleased to present its new free online course designed to help individuals improve their public speaking skills and earn a valuable certification.
The course, titled “Oral Presentation and Public Speaking,” is taught by expert Alejandra Pamela Saldaña Badillo and promoted by the prestigious Institute of Advanced Studies of Iztacala.
Its main objective is to teach students how to convey ideas clearly and effectively through oral presentations.
This skill is essential in a wide variety of contexts, including business presentations, political speeches, and educational talks. Additionally, mastering the art of oratory enhances self-confidence and leadership abilities.
One of the best pieces of news is that this UNAM course is completely free and is delivered online through the Aprendo+ platform. Upon successful completion of the course, students will receive a certificate of completion at no additional cost.
This certificate can be a valuable asset for improving professional profiles and standing out among other candidates in the competitive job market.
Accessing the course is very simple. Aprendo+ is an online platform developed by CUAED and UNAM, with the main objective of providing free access to all kinds of knowledge.
To register for the “Oral Presentation and Public Speaking” course, simply click on the registration link at the end of this news article and log in.
If you don’t have an account on the platform yet, you can quickly and freely create one. You can also directly access the Aprendo+ platform and manually search for the course under the name “Oral Presentation and Public Speaking.”
Don’t miss this unique opportunity to learn from the prestigious UNAM!