Course Introduction

Communication is the procedure of interchanging messages or information between two or more parties. Groups today are heavily dependent on evidence to meet organizational requirements. Effective communication plays a significant role in satisfying these needs and pays significantly to corporate achievement. Despite its position, communication has not been given enough attention and grown as it should have between civil and military beings. Communication is a two-way process, involving the training, conversion, and decoding of messages. Effective communication requires the correspondent to interpret their words in a way that is specifically planned for their anticipated audience. Communication is a talent, and like any skill it requires rehearsal. It is enhancement through rehearsal that distinguishes a profession from other methods of knowledge. Learning the theory of communication and efficient demonstration will not in itself make you an excellent communicator or presenter but should make you conscious of how to maximize the influence of your presentations.

  • Relate and understand principles of effective communication in a range of media

  • Improve your writing skills for greater work and study success

  • Use simple but influential outlines to get extra out of email and telephone calls in less period

  • Plan and create more convincing presentations and run more productive meetings

  • Develop cultural and interpersonal sensitivity in your communication behaviour

What's included

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Prerequisites

There are no prerequisites for this course.

What Will You Learn

  • Familiarise the student with the basic taxonomy and terminology of the computer networking area
  • Familiarity with the core protocols of computer networks, and how they can be used to assist in system design and implementation
  • Let the delegate to get expertise in some open areas of networking such as the development and maintenance of individual systems
  • To understand the concept of the spread spectrum communication system
  • To understand the basic design principles of graphic communication
  • To conceptualize visual and graphic expression
  • To recognize the building slabs of digital communication system
  • To prepare the mathematical background for transmission signal analysis
  • To understand and analyze the signal flow in a digital communication system
  • To explain error performance of a digital communication system in the presence of noise and other interferences
  • Exclusively identify elementary computer network technology
  • Comprehend and elucidate Data Communications Structure and its mechanisms
  • Build an understanding of the fundamental concepts of computer networking
  • Familiarize the delegate to advanced networking concepts, preparing the student for Advanced entry courses in computer networking
  • To produce two and three-dimensional architectural drawings and models through using orthographic, praline, pictorial drawing and rendering techniques
  • To use visual communication skills
  • To generate quality work; accurate and neat drawings and models, correct line hierarchy, line quality and lettering
  • To organize a clear and coherent presentation
  • To use different techniques and media as a major part of the design process
  • Be aware of the relationship between design and various means of architectural communication
  • Demonstrate an understanding of the communication process by explaining real life communication scenarios regarding an interaction model
  • Utilize knowledge of perceptual processes, language, and nonverbal communication to convey useful messages in interpersonal relationships and public speaking situations
  • Demonstrate an understanding of the relationship between self-concept and communication and how a healthy self-concept improves communication
  • Develop strategies to become a better listener
  • Utilize strategies to build and maintain positive relationships and deal with conflict
  • Understand the impact of gender and culture on communication, and utilize knowledge to construct effective communication with persons different from oneself

Overview

An initial communication course that searches the simple ideas of relational, small group and public communication. After studying the simple ideas in communication, delegates will choose a particular aspect of communication for additional research and examination. Delegates are encouraged to select or combine elements that are mainly pertinent to their areas of attention, career goals or personal needs. The project will accomplish in a written report that details the communication skills learned and their application. The topic and exploration for the self-improvement project will also be cast off as the content for an informative language. Students will also prepare and bring a persuasive speech designed to promote a nonprofit organisation. Lectures are given to approved audiences, videotaped, and submitted to the instructor digitally using the Dropbox or as Unlisted videos on YouTube

 

Course Content

Introduction – Fundamentals of Communication

  • The listening process
  • Listening barriers
  • Styles of effective listening
  • Types of nonverbal communication
  • Tips for effective communication with diverse workplace audiences

Improving Writing Techniques

  • Concise wording
  • Outdated expressions
  • Repetitious words
  • Redundant words
  • Jargon, slang and clichés
  • Proofreading

Developing Writing Skills

  • The writing process
  • Selecting the best channel
  • Proper tone
  • Negative and positive language
  • Inclusive langue
  • Plain language
  • Familiar words

Oral Presentations, Meetings, and Telephone Communications

  • Preparing an oral presentation
  • Delivering a presentation
  • Planning and participating in productive meetings

Routine Letters

  • Letter of requests
  • Order requests
  • Simple claim requests

 Memorandums and Email

  • Writing Process
  • Email
  • Memos

Letter and Memos that Persuade

  • The audience of a persuasive letter
  • Characteristics of a persuasive letter
  • Steps to writing a persuasive letter

 Negative Messages

  • What is a negative word?
  • What is the significance of a negative communication?
  • Expressing the negative message
  • Techniques for expressing a negative message

 Informal Report

  • Types of reports
  • Guidelines for writing an informal report

 Goodwill and Special Messages

  • Writing goodwill messages
  • Types of goodwill and individual messages
  • Opening Remarks and Housekeeping Items
  • Project Management Global Standards
  • The Project/Product Life Cycle Concept
  • Life Cycle Management
  • Initiating the Project
  • Developing a Project Charter
  • Planning the Project
  • Performing a Stakeholder Analysis
  • Developing a Project Scope Statement
  • Creating a WBS)
  • Developing a Network Logic Diagram
  • Developing a Risk Register
  • Developing a Risk Register
  • Developing the Cost Baseline
  • Opening Remarks, Housekeeping Items, Questions
  • Developing a Communications Management Plan
  • Developing a Schedule Baseline
  • Project Change Control
  • Managing People
  • Developing a Project Management Plan
  • Executing, Monitoring and Controlling the Project
  • Project Kickoff/Launch Meetings
  • Project Execution
  • Closing the Project
  • Final Results
  • Lessons Learned

 

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