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AIR training programme for air hostesses from today

18-November-2002
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AIR training programme for air hostesses from today

The staff training institute of All India Radio is conducting a workshop of voice culture training for air hostesses of Indian Airlines in New Delhi, beginning today.

As many as 15 air hostesses will be participating in this five day training programme, which is been inaugurated by Prasar Bharati CEO K S Sarma.

The course will have intensive session covering subjects like presenter as a communicator, phonetics and diction, effective speaking, musicality of speech, stress management and communication management during crisis.

This special course will have practical exercises and games, lecture demos, audio recording and evaluation and group exercises. Prof. Aruna Broota, Prof, of Psychology, Delhi University and Prof. Vashna Narang, Prof. Of lingustic JNU, will be the two outside experts conducting the workshop.

This is the first time that AIR is offering training programme to outside agencies. Depending on the success of this workshop, staff training institute of AIR may well undertake more such training programmes for other organizations.

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