Educating in the art of natural communication,
we enhance the confidence and aspirations of people of all ages and abilities.
Our Director Ali wins Top Business Person
Training Student Ambassadors
Working hard in the classroom
Ali leading a corporate training session
Enhancing communication skills with games
Julia leading a corporate session
Finalists of the Exeter Living Awards
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Welcome to Articulacy
Articulacy works within schools, universities and businesses to offer a range of training packages and workshops. Our key aims are to:
- Develop oral communication skills
- Increase confidence, personal impact and self-esteem
- Raise aspirations
- Encourage positive interaction in all areas both personal and professional
- Enable young people to gain qualifications
- Empower women to step above the bar and aim high
- Increase honest, open and effective communication in the work place
Our mission is to inspire all people regardless of age or abilities to become confident and articulate individuals capable of delivering their messages in all situations both professional and personal, no matter how challenging.
We know effective speaking and communication skills are essential life skills and that confident communicators are more likely to achieve their goals. We love working with our clients giving them the tools to discover the power of positive and confident communication.
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Articulacy workshop at Clyst Vale School
Our fantastic students from Clyst Vale School showing us how it’s done when presenting poems in engaging ways!
This gave us goosebumps last week. One of our students expressing so articulately why she chose this poem/song and then reciting the poem with feeling and eloquence. Wonderful! Students need to choose a poem or excerpt from a song that means something to them then recite the poem from memory towards their English Speaking Board exam. We spend the week working on confidence and communication skills so they can do this. For more information see our website: http://www.articulacy.co.uk/education/Posted by Articulacy on Tuesday, 23 May 2017