2. Your final pitch

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Now it's time to combine your activity and learning outcomes with communication skills, and create a final pitch.

This means communicating your findings and outcomes in a way that people from all different disciplines can understand – not just those in your field. Succinct, plain english and having clear talking points is key 👌

To learn more about mastering communication, head on over to our Fundamentals of Communication microprogram. This skills booster only takes 40 minutes to complete, but will give you all the tools you need to elevate your communication skills.


In the meantime, watch the video below for tips on delivering a short speech and what frameworks you can use....



Making your final pitch:

As we move on to your final presentation (a quick 2-5 minute Videoask), here are some of the things we’d like you to cover.

  • How did you find the process of responding to track circuit failure - what steps did you include on your mindmap; how did you incorporate safety; and what were your key takeaways about what Electrical Technicians do? 
  • Feel free to refer to your mind map while you do this!
  • Once you've recorded a video response, VideoAsk will direct you to upload your track circuit failure flow chart

Remember to establish your talking points first and if you do need to refer to a script, avoid sounding like you're reading a school essay. Try to keep your tone professional but engaging. 



Thank you! We'll be sending your presentation off for mentor feedback now. Please allow 7-10 days for a response, and keep an eye out for your microcredential in your inbox. 


Take a moment to reflect on what you've learnt over the course of this work experience by answering the survey below:

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