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Free workshop for members based in England

Make more impact through non-verbal communication


Time: 10.30am – 4.30pm

Musicians’ Union
60-62 Clapham Road

Getting your message across and making the right impression relies on both what you say and how you say it. In this one-day workshop, you will learn how thoughts, intentions and feelings are expressed through physical behaviours and how to ensure that the non-verbal messages you convey create the right impact.


Clear communication is key to building successful working relationships. This workshop aims to help you learn about the non-verbal messages that are conveyed through physical behaviour, i.e., body language, so that you can communicate more effectively and achieve better results in any given circumstance whether it’s making a positive impression when meeting new colleagues or being more convincing when pitching ideas. It includes:

  • Why body language matters
  • Methods of conveying non-verbal messages
  • How our body language can affect the way we think, feel and behave
  • Methods of improving non-verbal communication
  • Practise on how to improve body language.

Expected learning outcomes

  • Increased awareness of non-verbal communication methods
  • Increased awareness of specific areas in which body language creates impact
  • Greater ability to communicate non-verbally
  • Greater confidence in using non-verbal communication techniques.

Who should attend

Those freelances who wish to improve their ability to communicate to achieve better all round results.


No formal qualifications are required, just a desire to improve the skills that will help your work and social life.

Tutor: Nicholas Cass-Beggs

POLITE REQUEST: if you are successful in obtaining a place on this workshop and, due to unforeseen circumstances, you are unable to attend, please let us know asap because we have others on the waiting list who we can allocate your place to. If you do not let us know this will disadvantage another member. Also, we may lose the funds that enable us to provide these workshops to all members including yourself.

NOTE: 1. If we were to postpone or cancel this workshop due to unforeseen circumstances (this has happened only twice in five years due to tutor illness and a tube strike), we will be unable to reimburse any costs such as pre-booked travel expenses. If this were to happen in the future, we will email and telephone you as soon as we know that there is a cancellation and attempt to re-schedule the workshop asap. 2. We are required to undertake a short equality & diversity survey, which you will need to fill in before or at the workshop. The information provided will be treated in the strictest of confidence and processed in accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998 and will help in our commitment to E&D.

IMPORTANT: Unfortunately we cannot always offer everyone who applies a place due to high demand. We set up a waiting list and contact people if there are cancellations. If you do NOT receive confirmation that you have secured a place, please do not turn up on the day because we will not be able to admit you. However, please keep applying because we work hard to ensure that everyone has the opportunity to attend at some point.

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Further enquiries
e: kate.w@feutraining.org
t: 07464 306 542

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