To articulate your project, initiate collaborations, conclude contracts or to sell your work, it is essential to present your projects in a clear and attractive manner, how do you make your project stand out?




Promotion, Project management

Target groups

Artists, Creative and Cultural Professions, Trainers/Coaches


for all sectors, photography, visual and graphic arts, music, webdesign, dance, media, performing arts

Level of experience

for all levels, Beginners, Intermediary, Experienced


Your project is already defined


How do you draw someone's attention? How do you showcase its specificity and ensure its authenticity? How can you ensure that the communication maximizes your chances to achieve a concrete result? This training aims essentially at strengthening your oral communication skills (face-to-face interview, talking in front of a group, informal encounters, etc.)


  • Establish efficient communication
  • Present and highlight your project
  • Practice active listening
  • Public speaking


Role play and simulation in peer group contexts.


  • Quality presentation of your projects during discussions, meetings
  • Effective public speaking, to communicate effectively


  • To be able to present your project clearly and in a few words
  • To share public presentations
  • To be able to express yourself creatively


  • Basic equipment (computer, video projector, flipchart, wifi).
  • bibliography
  • training script


Questionnaire to be filled out by the participants (given and collected at the end of the session) digital capture prior to session and after session

Support material

Communication exercices, Concrete exercices on the participants projects, Some written checklists, tests and tips, Choice of communication platform

Other related recommended resources

Session power point


6 h


10 to 20

Course language(s)

Français, English


Giles Agis


Rock’in Faches (RiF), Brouhaha International


Giles Agis, Estelle Vilcot


under the project Routes to Employment


📎 Module PDF (0.11 MB)

Personal curriculum

This Curriculum was developed with funding from the EU programme ERASMUS+ as Strategic Partnership in the field of Vocational Education and Training.
This curriculum reflects only the authors’ views; the European Commission and the ERASMUS+ national agencies are not responsible for any use that may be made of the informations it contains.

Related: Contact

Related: Organisations

Rock’in Faches (RiF)

RiF is based in Lille/France and has been working on local cultural development, sustaining innovative artistic and cultural projects, and organising events since 1990.

Brouhaha International

Brouhaha International is a registered charity, nongovernmental and professional arts organisation that operates in local, regional and international contexts. Brouhaha International is committed and focused on celebrating diversity and widening participation within the arts, engaging with a wide range of individuals, groups and organisations.