Communicating is the art of presenting ideas – verbally, visually, and non-verbally. It involves active listening – and is a two way process.
When learners are asked to define communication they usually state it is ‘talking’.  This is a small part of communication, and so a deeper understanding is important to develop successful communication habits.
Learners need to know the power of body language, how to deliver a presentation, skills for active listening, and how to use visual cues, such as slide presentation, cue cards, colour and text, layout and graphics.