Practice what you learn in realistic simulations, which immersive you in a range of situations and can be completed in your web-browser.
VirtualSpeech has simulations to support different skill levels. Become a better communicator and grow your skills with over 15 simulations in public speaking, active listening, video presentations, sales pitching, impromptu speaking, and more.
After each simulation, you'll receive feedback on your performance. You can then repeat the simulation to try and improve your score.
Fast-track your skill development. With VirtualSpeech simulations, there's no installation or download required - all learning and interactive exercises run in your browser. That means you can grow your skills through hands-on exercises, anytime, anywhere.
With these simulations, there's no installation or download required - all learning and interactive exercises run in your browser.
Deliver a conference presentation in our popular training environment to around 100 people.
Practice giving a speech in our small meeting room, where you can load in your own slides to practice with.
This TEDx styled large conference room allows you to practice for any upcoming presentations at large venues.
Practice how to deliver successful video-conferencing presentations on Zoom, Skype, WebEx, Teams and more.
Practice delivering effective answers to real interview questions that have been asked at companies like Google, Apple, DreamWorks, P&G and Deloitte.
Practice your elevator pitch in two different elevator scenes. You'll have 30 seconds to pitch yourself, your company or your product.
Practice thinking on your feet by talking about each slide - slides change every 30s.
This memorization simulation helps you learn your speech, starting with the main points and then the sub-points.
Two active listening exercises, the classic Goldilocks exercise, and a conference call exercise. Quizzes at the end of both, to test your listening skills.
Deliver a video-based sales pitch, answer client questions, receive feedback on your performance, and watch yourself back for self-evaluation.