A refreshingly different approach
…turning potential into expertise
‘Nua’ means ‘fresh’ or ‘new’ in Irish and that’s exactly the approach we bring to our virtual and in-person work, in presentation, sales and leadership skills development.
Presentation, sales and leadership skills training and coaching for businesses
Hello, we are Nua Training, a boutique training and development company specialising in presentation, sales and leadership skills, delivered virtually, and in-person.
True to our name, we adapt the very latest thinking in training and coaching to make an immediate impact on the way your teams present, sell and perform – delivering fast and better results for your business.
“I would not hesitate to recommend Nua Training to any organisation”. Chris Kerwin – Group Managing Director, Immediate Media
What we offer
Businesses are what we know and love…
Presenting with ImpactVirtually!
“NEVER DELIVER A PRESENTATION YOU WOULDN’T WANT TO SIT THROUGH YOURSELF”
Nancy Duarte, Presentation Expert
The latest Nua Thinking from our blog…
How to Professionally Host a Webinar or Virtual Event at Home – Everything You Need to Know! (Jun21)
Written by Tony Lamb and James Hewes At Nua Training, we’ve been running our business virtually for over a year now, along with many of our colleagues. As a large proportion of businesses opt for hybrid working as the model of choice, switching to virtual delivery...
Over the last 12 months we have all been working through the world’s biggest unintended experiment in mass remote working. For some this has been liberating, for others, a real struggle. The result of this experiment is that we’ve now reached another pivotal point in...
Elizabeth Anyaegbuna, co-founder of Sixteenbynine and Bloom in Colour – Tips from the Top to Succeed in Media Sales (Sept 20)
What has been your career path? As many people do, I basically fell into advertising, though I always knew I wanted to work in Media. I had a friend who worked at Sky and she told me about a job on the traffic side. Crazily enough I didn't even know what it meant...