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TAG Farnborough Airport host Presentation Challenge for local schools
TAG Farnborough Airport host Presentation Challenge for local schools logo

TAG Farnborough Airport hosted a Presentation Challenge for local schools’ students on 6th December. The Year 9 and 10 students were from Ash Manor, Calthorpe Park, Cove, King’s International and The Wavell Schools. They all attended a ‘Presentation Masterclass’ delivered by Brandon O’Reilly, CEO, TAG Farnborough Airport on 23rd November which gave them plenty of advice, hints and tips for giving a good presentation. All the students then had two weeks to prepare their presentations, which could be on any aspect of aviation. The range of subject matter covered everything from the unsung and minority heroes and trailblazers of aviation to Concorde, the Arrows and the future of flight.

TAG judged the presentations and were really impressed by the high standard of delivery from each of the teams as well as the quality of the content of each presentation. Elaine Turner, Events and Marketing Manager said, ‘The standard across all the presentations was really high and better than many business presentations that I’ve attended. Having had this experience, we hope that they will now take the skills they have learnt and put them into practice when they take their next steps, whether that’s college, university or work. They were all very impressive and we really enjoyed all of the presentations, we wish them the very best for their futures.’

The winning team was from The Wavell School with their presentation ‘The Hidden Heroes of Aviation’.

 

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