CFCC’s new Improv for Communications and Public Speaking class will help students develop communication skills and creativity through improvisation and comedy. At the core, improvisational games are a tool to enhance creativity and communication. Recently, people have begun to use these games in a variety of different fields including psychology, public speaking, corporate businesses, medicine, and education.
Improvisational games help people learn through play and are useful to improve team building, leadership skills, brainstorming, focus, spontaneity, and public speaking skills to name a few. Classes begin on September 18 and run through November 6 on Tuesday evenings from 6:00pm until 9:00pm. For additional information call 910-362-7319 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org