This specially designed Udemy course is perfect to take advantage of your awesome public speaking talent and begin getting cool MC jobs.
"It had a lot of good information.
It's clear that the host has years and years of professional experience developing his event clients, as well as the scripts he uses and processes to deliver on engaging Emcee content between speakers, at weddings, etc.
I didn't buy the course thinking of professional MC work, but instead to familiarize myself with the MC aspect for open mics at the Stand Up Comedy events...but after watching this, it makes MC work seem very achievable".
Feedback given by Udemy student D Jenkins
Speaking on stage and MCing share the same skillset. Many speakers have switched to MCing events as their main game or as a. profitable side hustle.
I've carefully coordinated the training to be an extension of what you already know as a speaker. I've made the move to a rewarding career as an MC as easy as possible.
Just follow the 10 tips to successfully stage manage and MC special events of any kind; indoor or outdoor, day or evening.
They include prestigious award nights, conferences and seminars, trade shows and talent quests, training and sales meetings, charity fund-raisers and society balls, and of course elegant wedding receptions.
But working as an Event Host is not just for folks experienced in presentation skills. MCing is available to anyone who can be organised and entertaining at the same time.
I have coached and mentored comedians, magicians, sales trainers, teachers, clergymen, marketing managers, athletes, TV personalities, and many more to extend their on-stage experience with MC work.
You will learn
how to recognise humour and keep everyone laughing without telling a single joke,
how to be an expert at brevity using vocal variety, facial expressions and body language, and
the best way to introduce yourself and the event, and
keep it running smoothly and on time.
These are modern cutting-edge tips and techniques that are easy to understand and implement using the skills you already have.