Elocution and etiquette...former news presenter shows St Helens College students the way

St Helens Star: Role model: Diana Mather with St Helens College students Role model: Diana Mather with St Helens College students

FORMER breakfast time news presenter Diana Mather is educating college students to help improve their employment prospects in the world of travel and tourism.

Diana is delivering the scheme at St Helens College through her company which runs courses in social etiquette, public speaking and interview techniques.

She will deliver lessons in elocution, body language and interview skills to the 30 students on the two-year level three programme in travel and tourism.

The students will demonstrate their new skills to employers at an event in Colours, the College’s fine dining restaurant.

College principal Jette Burford said: “With changes happening in the Liverpool City Region we expect an abundance of jobs in the travel and tourism sector, and we hope this training, alongside qualifications, will maximise our students’ employability.”


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