Electronic Presentation Skills

Title of the Good Practice

Electronic Presentation Skills

Description of the Good Practice

This good practice focuses on providing individuals with relevant information and guidance to help them make sound design decisions when creating electronic presentations. It covers essential skills such as creating a compelling structure, using visuals effectively, and practicing and rehearsing.


  • Software Skills
  • Presentation Skills
  • Design Skills



Number of participants


Type of training


Number and type of exercises

Implement a storyboarding exercise or rehearsal exercise to allow participants to practise electronic presentation skills.



Target Audience

Teachers, educators, instructors

Competences/skills that you will require

Basic computer skills, knowledge of digital presentation tools, creativity, communication skills


Consideration as a GP

Enhancing electronic presentation skills is a good practice because it can help individuals create engaging and effective presentations that communicate their message clearly and effectively. By following best practices for electronic presentations, individuals can create presentations that are well-structured, visually appealing, and easy to understand. This can lead to improved audience engagement and understanding, making the presentation more effective. Additionally, enhancing electronic presentation skills can help individuals stay up-to-date with the latest technology trends and tools.