4. 10 skills given by David
Cohen who is the
president of DCI
How to be an
5. 1. There is a difference between technical and non-
2. Get to know your audience prior to the training.
3. Know the material.
4. Don't make up answers.
5. Use different formats while presenting.
6. 6. Wear good shoes.
7. Be prepared.
8. Use stories and experiences.
9. Humor goes a long way.
10. Trainers are like wine-they get
better over time.
7. As an audience member
you impact the presentor
and other audience
members and also reflect
your impressions as
What are some
etiquettes to follow as
8. A consultant and trainer Bobbie Raynes gave
following advices to behave as an audience:
1. Get to the workshop on time.
2. Only take you share of snacks.
3. Come prepare.
4. Use of mobile phone.
9. 5. Don't use laptop to take notes.
6. Avoid unnecessary noise.
7. Stay awake.
8. Show gestures and give food back.
9. Raise your hand to ask question.
10. Be courteous and give other members chance too.
10. 11. If you are disagree, ask politely for explanation.
12. Listen to other audience without judgement.
13. At the end introduce yourself to presenter
14. Give feedback.
15. Evaluate honestly.
16. Throw your trash in the bin.