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Presentation Practice Center

The BYU-Idaho Presentation Practice Center coaches both students and faculty in ways to better present themselves, regardless of assignment.
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Everybody Talks: How the Presentation Practice Center Can Help You
No matter what you’re majoring in or the level of your public speaking experience, the Presentation Practice Center (PPC) will help you in every stage of a speechmaking or presentation process. From brainstorming and outlining to practicing your final presentation, the PPC will help you polish your professional presentation.

Appointment Resources

Online PPC Appointments
Once you’ve scheduled an online PPC appointment, you will receive an email on the day of your appointment with a Zoom link to begin a live tutoring session. A tutor will help you with any stage of the speech-making process you need help with and answer your questions.
Schedule a PPC Appointment
Prepare for your upcoming speech or presentation by scheduling an appointment with the Presentation Practice Center through I-Plan. You can choose from an online appointment through Zoom or an on-campus appointment at the McKay Library.

How to Schedule an Appointment with the Presentation Practice Center

Schedule a PPC Appointment
On-campus PPC Appointments
When you schedule an appointment with an on-campus PPC tutor, you will receive a confirmation email to remind you of the appointment. At the time of your appointment, check in at the front desk in MCK 164. Be sure to stamp a punch card. Your tutor will guide you to a reserved classroom to help you with your speech.

Drop-in tutoring sessions are available from 3-5pm on Monday through Friday in MCK 164.

Presentation Practice Center Tutors

The PPC is where students can go to get help from tutors in public presentations and speeches.

Apply to Become a PPC Tutor
The Presentation Practice Center welcomes students to apply as presentation practice tutors. Applications are reviewed at the end of each semester. Please have them submitted two weeks before the end of the semester. There's no guarantee they'll be considered after that. If you are considered for a tutoring position, you will be contacted to move to the next step of the interview process.

Apply to Be a PPC Tutor

Resources for Current PPC Tutors
Guidelines, instructions, and resources for current Presentation Practice Center tutors. (You will need a password to access the resources.)

Current Tutor Resources

Presentation Practice Center
MCK 164

Monday – Friday
8:00 AM – 5:00 PM