Teaching the the world's only programme
for effective verbal communication
The Hudson Voice Technique, created by Steve Hudson
Voicemaster International trains the BBC, Oxford University and many international companies
"The course was transformational! After 15 years of working in sales and marketing
I found your technique really made me re-analyse and correct basic speech patterns!
Meera Kumar, India
The sessions helped me realize what I needed to do to make my voice sound more effective. Not that I didn't know it was already there, but the step-by-step process brought an awareness of how to breathe properly, pause effectively and do all the little things that will make me better at communicating in the the future. Thanks Voice Master!"
Rouhan Sharma, former Principal Correspondent, Bloomberg UTV
A welcome word from Rakesh Jagtiani, Regional Director
This technique is a must for every voice enthusiast, who want to reach a professional level, either for Public Speaking, Radio, Television or Films.
Speaking in front of a microphone is different. The course trains you how to read out from any script from start to finish, in a refined way with modulation, pauses, including the finer nuances.
This course is absolutely essential for a confident performance. A world-class course that takes care you give a brilliant performance – every time!
Jaideep Pathade, voiceover artist, Pune
You know what to say, we teach you how to say it!
The Hudson Voice Technique helps people become more effective,
confident and dynamic speakers.
I think you would agree that newsreaders and actors are amongst the best presenters in the world.
The reason for this is simple; they have been trained in a professional communication technique.
Surprisingly, no-one in the UK, USA or India has ever been taught a communication technique at school, because there wasn't one. We were simply taught to string words together.
Voicemaster International created the world’s only professional technique for verbal communication which is why it is taught to BBC, SKY, Bloomberg UTV in India, TV3 and 8TV in Malaysia, the Singapore Media Academy and other broadcasters.
It has also been taught to many international corporations such as ING Bank, The Aditya Birla Group (Fortune 500), BT and many more.
Whichever language you speak, whatever story you tell,
the rules for verbal communication are the same.
Instinct versus Technique
Without a technique, you have to rely on your ‘instinct’
Here’s the Oxford Dictionary description:
instinct /in'stingkt'/ The innate aspect of behaviour that is unlearned.
In other words, 'guessing'. It may be an educated guess, but a guess nonetheless!
On the other hand, it describes technique /tek-neek/ as follows:
A set of specific rules which determine the degree of excellence.
The degree of skill or command of fundamentals exhibited in any performance.
The Hudson Voice Technique puts you fully in charge of your voice and the way you deliver words!
The 7 elements of the Hudson Voice Technique will help you overcome your nerves when giving a presention and gives you confidence in front of an audience or microphone.
If you have more confidence,
your audience will have more confidence in you and what you say!
Communication Skills Training in Delhi region
with Rakesh Jagtiani, Regional Director
Communication Skills Training in Bungluru Region
with Yasmin Mondol, Regional Trainer