Storytelling: Tell Your Story with Impact Online CityEast College

Course Outline

Develop the skill of telling a great story to engage your audience, whether you want to tell it, write it down or make a short film.

We live and work in a world where the well-told narrative is essential. It is crucial to business, career and personal life. Truth or fiction, we all have stories to tell, a need to share ideas, beliefs, experiences and themes. Our stories don’t always pour from us with ease. Telling them can be a struggle.

This workshop explores the framework of a great story and gives practical information on the craft and skill of storytelling.

To enhance your experience, our Online Storytelling classes are limited to ten participants using Zoom.

Ideal for

Anyone anyone who ever tried telling a story that didn’t quite resonate. If you want to make a short film, tell your family history, write an article or make a speech, this is where and how it begins..


• Understand the basic elements of a story that resonates.
• Learn how to create effective characters and how to seek out theme and purpose.
• Tell a story effectively and
• Take away a work in progress

What You Need

• To read our online course delivery information
• Pen & notepad
• A computer/laptop with a working webcam and microphone.

About your tutor

David is a storyteller – an Australian writer/director/editor and facilitator of writing workshops. He has written several films under contract for Australian producers has run writing workshops for two decades and was a television journalist for three decades. His screen credits include the $4.2 million feature film ‘Shotgun Wedding’, televisions shows, documentaries and numerous corporate, training and educational films.
David studied acting to become a better writer and director of actors and to further develop his craft of telling a yarn.

Other information

This course is held on the Zoom videoconferencing platform. Please to read our online course delivery information to get the most out of your sessions.

All courses need a minimum number of students to run. If your course does not have enough students it will be cancelled prior to the commencement and you will be informed. For your convenience information about class cancellations or changes are made initially via email and SMS, please ensure these details are correct.

This course has no current classes. Please to be notified of vacancies and similar courses.