The SCLT Public Presentation Team

 

Our Public  Presentation Team of highly professional  and experienced speakers can provide a wide variety of Interesting presentations for community groups throughout the Bristol, Somerset, South Gloucester, Gwent, Mid & South Glamorgan and Powys areas (we may be able to support events in other areas with prior consultation).

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Our team of experienced presenters are also able to assist in conference facilitation and guest compere services if your organisation requires a professional edge for an event you may be planning for the future.

 

If your group or organisation needs to promote itself via a presentation in a conference or major event, or are planning an awards ceremony, please get in touch, to see if we can use our experience to your benefit

 

Don't worry about the scale, our team have hosted charity dancing competitions & country dog shows as well as international conferences and are happy to discuss all options

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Our Audiences:

 

Our team of highly professional presenters give dozens of presentations throughout the year to a wide variety of client groups, these typically include:

 

41 Clubs

Tangent Groups

Rotary Clubs

Probus Clubs

University of the 3rd Age

Womens Institutes

Community Groups

Day Centres

Special Interest Clubs

Faith/ Religious Groups

 

To name but a very few of our audiences.

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Our Presentations:

 

Our presentations all include video and sound content and last between 40 - 50 minutes depending upon the requirements of the host group.

 

Our presenters are fully equipped with the very latest technology and accessories to provide your group with an unforgetable presentation experience.

 

- all that is required at the presentation location is a screen or blank wall and access to an electricity socket.

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Senior Safety Presentation - This presentation is aimed at older adult audiences and explores the extent of the ageing population and some of the safety challenges faced by elders in society today. With a strong focus on empowerment through education, the presentation explores the dangers of doorstep crime and  telephone, mail and internet (e-mail) deception-type scams. We offer tips and advice on staying safe - as well as signposting seniors to some other useful resources.

 

Senior Road Safety -  A themed presentation on driving in later life, specially written by our resident Roads Policing expert. This informative presentation includes a nostalgic look at how driving has changed over the decades and provides tips and advice on staying safe on the roads in one's elder years. This presentation includes video and sound and is aimed at everyone, but particularly senior drivers and road users.

 

Dracula: The Man Behind the Myth - So, you think you know about Dracula? The Prince of Transylvania, who lived in Bran Castle and was the sadistic tyrant of his people?  You couldn’t be more wrong!  The reality is far more fascinating and heartbreaking than any film or legend. - A thrilling presentation created by one of our own presenters (owner of land in Transylvania and a firm fan of the tragic ‘Voivode’) will leave you amazed about the life of the man who nearly changed the entire course of history and that over 65% of modern day Romanians would choose to be their president today! - Due to the nature of some of the content, we recommend this presentation to those aged 12-years of age or over only!

 

The British Honours System - This presentation takes the audience on a journey through the British Honours System, including some of the lesser known awards and stories of some worthy recipients. We demystify how to nominate someone for an award, how the selection process works and what to expect if a letter suddenly drops on your doormat from the Cabinet Office. This presentation includes video and sound and is suitable for audiences of all ages and has been written by a veteran of the Honours System, who has successfully nominated several individuals and groups for national honours.

 

Uncle Bill: Britain's Forgotten Hero - This presentation explores the life of Bristol-born soldier, Field Marshal, Viscount William 'Bill' Slim. Known affectionately as 'Uncle Bill' by his soldiers. Slim commanded the 14th 'Forgotten' Army in the bitterly fought Burma Campaign of WW2, recovering from the 1000-mile retreat from Burma to India, only to return 2-years later to defeat the Japanese in the steaming jungles of South East Asia. In 2011, a survey conducted by the National Army Museum saw Slim voted  as Britain's greatest general. Now largely forgotten by the British public, this presentation reminds us of his humble beginnings, his early military career and his later life as Governor General of Australia, as well as the high-points of his Second World War successes. This presentation includes video and sound and is aimed at all audiences.

Current Portfolio of Presentations

* We are currently adding a selection of 'heritage' presentations throughout the 2016 - 2018 period - check back for updates

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Our presenters are able to cater for events across the full spectrum of social protocol, from day-time community centre gatherings of a dozen people - to after-dinner speaking functions with hundreds of guests ~ or high-profile ceremonies with VIP attendees.

 

Our experience includes giving presentations throughout the United Kingdom and also speaking at confernces and seminars in Germany, The Netherlands and the United States of America

 

However, if you are planning an event in your community centre and expect 10-guests - don't rule us out! We are here to help - please get in touch to discuss if we can assist.

The Cost - Expenses & Fees

 

Donation Only Required:

 

We are a small, non-profit making charity with the sole objective of providing senior safety and social advocacy for the older adult community - as such we believe in offering-up our services to as many people as possible

 

We do not make any set-charge for our services, however we ask that your group consider making a voluntary donation if your resources allow - typical donations usually range between £25 - £100

 

However, if your group is without financial means, please do not let that stop you from getting in touch - we are here to promote senior safety and always aim to assist

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Travel to Your Event:

 

If your group, or the event that you wish us to assist with, is outside our usual travel areas, we may still be able to assist, but will discuss travel expenses on an individual basis. This will typically include the organiser covering the cost of airfare, train tickets, etc. and accomodation expenses.

 

Please be advised, in such circumstances, we only claim the ACTUAL expenses (i.e. reimbursement of costs) rather than cost-per-mile or any additional enhancements for the distance away from the presenters home-base location.

 

Please get in touch to discuss your specific requirements - you will find we are remarkably modestly priced for the level of professionalism that our services offer.

* Usual Areas of Operation: South West of England and South & Mid Wales *

Video Gallery:

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* Click above images for video footage of presenters at the 2016 German Crime Prevention Congress *

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* Click above image to see presenter Ash Jones in a Citizens Advice Bureau anti-postal scams video - 2016 *

Previous Client Groups:

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The Nobel Prize - This presentation takes the audience on a journey through the fascinating history of the World's most prestigious international award ~ presented for excellence in the fields of; literature, medicine, physics, economics, chemistry and peace, the Nobel Prize is the elite, global accolade. This talk explains why Alfred Nobel established the award, how individuals and groups are selected for the honour and considers some of the more well-known and celebrated Nobel Laureates. This intriguing talk, has been created by one of our own presenters, who has researched this theme at the Nobel Centre in Stockholm.

Cheddar Valley U3A

Taunton Orchard Ladies Probus Club

Shortwood (Mangotsfield) Women's Institute

Gwent Police (13-staff training sessions)

Severnsiders Dining Club

Tiverton Rotary Club

Horfield Mother’s Union

Alveston Women’s Institute

Axbridge Royal British Legion

Hanham Seniors Group

Dhek Bhal Community Group

Clevedon Women’s Institute

Tredegar Alzheimer’s Society

Long Ashton Probus Club

Nailsea Ladies Methodist Group

Bristol Probus Club

German Crime Prevention Congress

Pontypool Probus Club

Sea Mills Gardening Club

National Police Federation Conference

Acton Turville Seniors Lunch Club

Rode Ladies Club

North Taunton Community Forum

Filton Ladies Group

Malpas Alzheimer’s Group

New Beginnings Day Centre

Western Active Stroke Group

Kingsdon Seniors Group

Clevedon Probus Club

Minehead U3A

Clark’s Pensioners Club

Frenchay Probus Club

Weston Osteoporosis Club

Puriton Women’s Institute

Clevedon Conservative Luncheon Club

Coalpit Heath Probus Club

Exeter U3A

Pontypool Memory Club

Downend ‘Not So Young Club’

Lockleaze ‘Tea & Talk’ Group

National ‘Prepare to Care’ Conference

Bath Breathe Easy Group

Clevedon Probus Club

Keynsham Homemakers Group

Frizlar Twinning Society

Primeley Wives Club

Keynsham Tangent Club

Exe Valley Rotary Club

Pill Luncheon Club

Bristol ‘Corner Club’

Iron Acton 41 Club

St Peter’s (Bristol) 50+ Club

Backwell Seniors Club

Nailsea Trefoil Women’s Guild

Wiveliscombe Seniors Group

Henleaze Seniors Group

Post Office Federation Retirees Group

Bristol Worldwide Corona Group

Bedminster Older Persons Forum

Cheddar Evergreen Group

Clifton Seniors Group

Yeo Valley Probus Club

Burnham Welsh Society

Burnham-on-Sea Rotary Club

Milton Ladies Group

Gwent 'Protecting Our Elderly' Conference

Weston-s-Mare NHS Retirement Fellowship

Portishead Rotary Club

Chepstow U3A

Westleaze (Long Ashton) Women's Institute

Woodspring Ladies Luncheon Club

Bristol Probus Club

Newport 41 Club

Weston Rheumatoid Arthritis Group

Woodspring U3A

Street & Glastonbury Carers Support Group

Llanyrafon Alzheimers Support Group

Caldicot Trefoil Guild

Kingsdon Village Seniors Group

Weston-s-Mare U3A

Caldicot Trefoil Guild

Wrington Vale Rotary Club (2nd Visit)

Milton Probus (2nd Visit)

Creech St Micheal 'Tea Break Club'

St Augustine's Older Adults Club (2nd Visit)

WSM Methodist Friendship Group

Newport Older Persons Forum

Chepstow Civic Society

Dovercourt Townswomens Guild

Nailsea Neighbourhood Group

Fishponds Ladies Conservative Club

Weston-super-Mare Ladies Tangent Group

Bristol University of the Third Age (U3A)

Rogerstone 41 Club

Frenchay Probus Club

Swansea Probus Club

Friends of Blake Museum Group

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Bleadon Women’s Institute

East Brent Link Fellowship Group

Brecon Probus Club

Nailsea Probus Club

Bristol & Avon Chinese Women’s Group

Cardiff Civil Service Retirement Fellowship

Abergavenny U3A

Long Lode Seniors Group

Bristol Breathe Easy Group

REA Club (Bridgwater)

South Gloucester Disability Group

Downend 41 Club

Brislington Historical Society

Wrington Mother’s Union

Milton Probus Club

Keynsham Womens Baptist League

Burnham Parkinson’s Support Group

Street Neighbourhood Watch Group

Blue Link Conservative Supper Club

Longwell Green Probus Club

The Bridge Business Club

Alliance Homes Residents Group (Clevedon)

Kewstoke Women’s Institute

Tickenham Neighbourhood Watch Group

Taunton U3A

Weston-super-Mare Senior Community Link

Dhek Bhal Men’s Group

Berrow Active Living Group

North Somerset BME Senior Community Link

Lympsham Women’s Institute

East Brent Active Living Group

Cossington Friends & Neighbours Group

Cwmyoy Women’s Institute

Sedgemoor Older Persons Forum

'Women On Their Own Group' (2-visits)

Hanham Mother’s Union

Cwmbran 41 Club

Bristol Older Person’s Forum

Bath NHS Retirement Group

Nailsea Prostrate Group

Chipping Sodbury Probus Club

Westbury ‘Tuesday Together’ Club

Weston Civil Service Retirement Fellowship

Worle Friendship Club

Bristol 41 Club

Bishopsworth Senior Safety Awareness Fair

Bristol Celebrating Age Festival (3-visits)

Bishopsworth Royal British Legion

Kingswood Probus Club

Clevedon Royal British Legion

Cowbridge Rotary Club

St Annes Ladies Club

Weston-super-Mare Rotary Club

Dhek Bhal Ladies Club

Brent Knoll Women’s Institute

Abergavenny Probus Club

Bridgwater Older Persons Forum

Cardiff Eid Festival (3-visits)

Cardiff Bay Rotary Club

Wrington Rotary Club

Shipham Active Living Group

West Huntspill Older Living Group

Worle Senior Community Link

Pawlet Royal British Legion

Bath 'Later Life' Conference

Caerphilly Civil Service Retirement Fellowship

Police Staff and Volunteers: Best Practice Conference 2016

North Somerset Armed Forces Steering Group

Rockhampton & Hill Women's Institute

Bristol Cabot Probus Club

Weston super Mare Cookery & Supper Club

Nailsea Neighbourhood Watch Group

Abertillery Alzheimers Group

Westbury & District U3A

Strangers Gallery Dining Club

St Arvans Seniors Group

Cheddar Carers Support Group

Age UK Bristol Loneliness Summit

Henleaze Townswomens Guild

WSM Macular Society Support Group

Pontypool Church Support Group

Evercreech Friendship Club

West Huntspill Active Living Group

Nailsea & Backwell Townswomen's Guild

United Nations Public Sector Forum (NL)

Creech St Michael Womens Institute

Chepstow Probus Club

St Peter's Wives Group (Filton)

Thornbury Rotary Club

Llanigan Women's Institute (WI)

Rhiwderin Women's Institute (WI)

Weston Cruse Bereavement Care Group

Bristol & Bath CSMA 'Boundless' Group

Henleaze Trefoil Women's Guild

Wrington Vale Rotary Club (3rd Visit)

Aberdare Probus Club

Worle Women's Institute (WI)

Swindon University of the Third Age (U3A)

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Animals at War: The Dickin Medal - This delightful and often emotional presentation takes the audience on a journey through the recent history of animals at war. By useing examples of some remarkable creatures who, through extreme gallantry or devotion to duty, have been awarded the Dickin Medal - known as the Victoria Cross for animals. We are able to see what a huge contribution to human history, has been made by creatures of all kinds - from the largest to the smallest. This presentation includes video content and sound and is suitable for audiences of all age ranges (warning: bring a handkerchief - it is a tear-jerker).

**IMPORTANT NOTE: Due to overwhelming demand, we have no more speaking slots available for Bristol, Gloucester, Somerset & Wiltshire in 2018. More slots may become available from March 2018, but please make contact via email or telephone for the latest update. **Slots are available for South and Mid-Wales in 2018