Mark.H.V.Corps IFI Angling AdvisorMarine & Countryside Guiding       FETAC Level 6
Unit 1 - Game Angling inIreland (7 hrs)Unit 4 - Game Angling inIreland (48 hrs)
Presentation skills
Communication is a two way processCommunication consists of bothsending & receiving messagesCommunication consists of non ...
Please list up to 10 skills  required by a good    Angling Guide
•   Patience•   Empathy•   Confidence•   Flexibility•   Knowledge•   Enthusiasm•   Time•   Resourceful•   Ability to teach...
Please define the following terms• Coach• Instructor• Teacher• Guide
• Coach - one who instructs or trains : one who  instructs players in the fundamentals of a  sport and directs team strate...
• 75% information received through  vision - ‘Picture paints a 1000  words’• 15% through listening• 10% by touch (kinesthe...
I hear and I forgetI see and I rememberI do and I understand               Chinese proverb
How to respond to a question / communicate effectively• Demonstrate a skill• Give an oral presentation
Plan session•   Why•   What•   How•   Where•   When
Raining, cold & wet – client asks    how to tie a particular knot•   Why – useful / effective knot to use•   What – X knot...
•   Knot name•   Use•   Advantages / disadvantages•   Demonstration of knot•   Practice for client with feedback•   Conclu...
Consider client comfort•   Be aware of potential distractions•   Can you see your client(s)•   Can they see you - sight (a...
Please remember02866341811
How do people take  in information?
Short term memory (STM)STM (‘primary’ or ‘active memory’)is the capacity to hold a smallamount of information in a readily...
Long term memory (LTM)• When items are first presented, they enter  the STM but because it has limited space, as  new item...
• So minimise the points you  want to put across to 7 or so• And repeat them• So minimise the points you  want to put acro...
Please write down the numberyou were asked to remember    02866341811
DemonstrationI   IntroduceD   DemonstrateE   ExplainA   ActivityS   Summary
Demonstration•   Guide gives demonstration•   Break act down•   Small progressive parts•   Exaggerated actions•   Allow st...
Oral presentation Introduction  Main body  Conclusion
Structure• Introduction – your name, aim / title of  presentation, what you are going to  cover• Main body – ‘meat’ of you...
Timing• How long is it to be (10 – 15  minutes)• Part of a programme or one off• Level of knowledge (audience)• Your knowl...
Subject• What is your knowledge• Do you need additional  information / equipment• Sources were information can  be gained
Giving a presentation• Breathe (deeply and slowly)• Have your notes / visual aids – in  the right order• If timed make sur...
• Voice pitch, pace & tone, speak  naturally, clearly, with emphasis• Look at all of your audience – in  the eyes• Pause t...
Do not say did you understand that?     Most people will say yes!     At the end check level of          understanding    ...
Audio visual aids•   Whiteboard•   Ppt•   DVD•   Laptop•   Real equipment•   Notes•   Flipchart•   iPad / tablet
No matter how much you know –do not show off / overcomplicate          the subject          Keep          It          Simp...
• Learn the Art of SHUT-UP!• Allow the student enough alone  time – time to learn without the  impediment of coaching
Say if you do not know                BUTfind the answer & tell the client
To conclude• As a guide you will be required to make  presentations• Consider how to best put the information  across• Do ...
1. What does IDEAS stand for?2. How much information do we take in   through listening?3. What are the main parts of a   p...
Answers1. Introduce, Demonstrate, Explain,   Activity, Summary2. 15%3. Introduction, Main body , Conclusion4. Question5. F...
Question(s)?
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  • Importance of water to humans.
  • Introduce Inland Fisheries Ireland and the Something Fishy project. Please mention our partners the Education Centres. Some notes - The ‘Something Fishy’ Project was a concept conceived by staff of the Central Fisheries Board (CFB) in 2002. It was developed as collaboration between the CFB and Blackrock Education Centres (BEC). The creation of a schools education pack was the brief given to a team led by Marian Rollins. This team created lesson plans and activity sheets based on the theme of the ‘Life cycle of salmon’ - Bradán. Following the development of the Something Fishy pack BEC worked with the Institute of Art, Design and Technology, Dun Laoghaire (IADT) to produce web based resources for the project. This led to the development of the Something Fishy web site - www.somethingfishy.ie Something Fishy was launched by Mary Hanafin TD (Minister for Education and Science), in 2004.Though educationally well received Something Fishy was not taken up by as many schools as originally hoped for. In discussions between the CFB and BEC it was decided promote the project to schools through the national network of Education Centres. This re launch of the project was planned to take place at the start of the academic year in September 2006 but was deferred due to the launch of another similar project at that time. In 2006 / 07 the project was further enhanced with three new elements being added to the project. Firstly ‘School visits and Field trips,’ the Regional Fisheries Boards (RFB’s) arranged field trips with the schools taking part in the project allowing students to get a ‘hands on’ experience This required liaison between the local schools coordinators and the RFB’s. Secondly a competition. All schools taking part in Something Fishy were asked to submit a project dealing with any aspect covered in the Something Fishy work. Prizes were awarded at RFB level with the best projects from each RFB going through to a national final. Finally named coordinators, one from the Fisheries Boards and one from the Education Centres.
  • Basic brief about water and its importance to humans.
  • How to give presentation

    1. 1. Mark.H.V.Corps IFI Angling AdvisorMarine & Countryside Guiding FETAC Level 6
    2. 2. Unit 1 - Game Angling inIreland (7 hrs)Unit 4 - Game Angling inIreland (48 hrs)
    3. 3. Presentation skills
    4. 4. Communication is a two way processCommunication consists of bothsending & receiving messagesCommunication consists of non verbalas well as verbal messages
    5. 5. Please list up to 10 skills required by a good Angling Guide
    6. 6. • Patience• Empathy• Confidence• Flexibility• Knowledge• Enthusiasm• Time• Resourceful• Ability to teach• Sense of humour• Professional
    7. 7. Please define the following terms• Coach• Instructor• Teacher• Guide
    8. 8. • Coach - one who instructs or trains : one who instructs players in the fundamentals of a sport and directs team strategy• Instructor - one who instructs: teacher: a college teacher below professorial rank• Teacher - one who teaches; one whose occupation is to instruct• Guide - one that leads or directs anothers way
    9. 9. • 75% information received through vision - ‘Picture paints a 1000 words’• 15% through listening• 10% by touch (kinesthetics), smell, taste
    10. 10. I hear and I forgetI see and I rememberI do and I understand Chinese proverb
    11. 11. How to respond to a question / communicate effectively• Demonstrate a skill• Give an oral presentation
    12. 12. Plan session• Why• What• How• Where• When
    13. 13. Raining, cold & wet – client asks how to tie a particular knot• Why – useful / effective knot to use• What – X knot• How – demonstration• Where – in dry, fishery office / pub• When - lunch time
    14. 14. • Knot name• Use• Advantages / disadvantages• Demonstration of knot• Practice for client with feedback• Conclusion / summary
    15. 15. Consider client comfort• Be aware of potential distractions• Can you see your client(s)• Can they see you - sight (angle of sun)• Can they hear (understand) you• Are they able to listen Physical & Psychological well being (Maslow’s hierarchy of needs)
    16. 16. Please remember02866341811
    17. 17. How do people take in information?
    18. 18. Short term memory (STM)STM (‘primary’ or ‘active memory’)is the capacity to hold a smallamount of information in a readilyavailable state for a short period oftime.The duration of STM memory isbelieved to be seconds, for 7 + – 2items
    19. 19. Long term memory (LTM)• When items are first presented, they enter the STM but because it has limited space, as new items enter, old ones leave. However each time an item is rehearsed while in STM, it increases its strength in LTM. The longer an item stays in STM the stronger the association becomes in LTM• The transfer of items from STM to LTM is called consolidation
    20. 20. • So minimise the points you want to put across to 7 or so• And repeat them• So minimise the points you want to put across to 7 or so• And repeat them
    21. 21. Please write down the numberyou were asked to remember 02866341811
    22. 22. DemonstrationI IntroduceD DemonstrateE ExplainA ActivityS Summary
    23. 23. Demonstration• Guide gives demonstration• Break act down• Small progressive parts• Exaggerated actions• Allow students to try• Give feedback
    24. 24. Oral presentation Introduction Main body Conclusion
    25. 25. Structure• Introduction – your name, aim / title of presentation, what you are going to cover• Main body – ‘meat’ of your presentation. Logical flowing. Key points stressed• Summary – reinforcement of the main points
    26. 26. Timing• How long is it to be (10 – 15 minutes)• Part of a programme or one off• Level of knowledge (audience)• Your knowledge
    27. 27. Subject• What is your knowledge• Do you need additional information / equipment• Sources were information can be gained
    28. 28. Giving a presentation• Breathe (deeply and slowly)• Have your notes / visual aids – in the right order• If timed make sure you check the start time• Look at the audience & Smile• Be aware of nervous ticks / habits / ‘ers’ & ‘ums’
    29. 29. • Voice pitch, pace & tone, speak naturally, clearly, with emphasis• Look at all of your audience – in the eyes• Pause to aid reinforcement• Use gestures IF appropriate• Beware of body movements – ‘fiddling’• If it goes wrong stop and reorganise
    30. 30. Do not say did you understand that? Most people will say yes! At the end check level of understanding Practice
    31. 31. Audio visual aids• Whiteboard• Ppt• DVD• Laptop• Real equipment• Notes• Flipchart• iPad / tablet
    32. 32. No matter how much you know –do not show off / overcomplicate the subject Keep It Simple Stupid
    33. 33. • Learn the Art of SHUT-UP!• Allow the student enough alone time – time to learn without the impediment of coaching
    34. 34. Say if you do not know BUTfind the answer & tell the client
    35. 35. To conclude• As a guide you will be required to make presentations• Consider how to best put the information across• Do not b**l s**t• Ensure you give the client the information they want at an appropriate level• Practice
    36. 36. 1. What does IDEAS stand for?2. How much information do we take in through listening?3. What are the main parts of a presentation?4. How can we reinforce presentation?5. What should one do if you do not know the answer?6. How many items can the STM hold?
    37. 37. Answers1. Introduce, Demonstrate, Explain, Activity, Summary2. 15%3. Introduction, Main body , Conclusion4. Question5. Find out and inform the client6. 7 + or - 2
    38. 38. Question(s)?
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