Master of Ceremonies, Jerry Adjorlolo will from August 1, begin the maiden ‘Do more talk less MC Masterclass’ in the ‘5 series’.
The Series has been designed for five participants to be placed in five groups, over the next 5 Saturdays in August. They will be taken through five modules on theories of the craft of emceeing.
The modules have been designed to ride on Jerry Adjorlolo’s personal experience and practical applications that will equip participants to start an informed journey on “Mastering ceremonies; from Passion to Profit”.
The Masterclass is targeted at persons who intend to pursue a career in public speaking as masters of ceremonies or practitioners who are interested in developing their craft as a hobby with the highest touch of professionalism.
“The dream for this masterclass is to equip the next generation of MCs and young people who have the desire to be MCs but are unsure of what it takes to be one; we want to bring to the job a greater level of excellence, professionalism, creativity and enterprise that gives a better image for the craft”, Jerry Adjorlolo said in a release issued by his management, Domotale Africa.
“Over the years, I have been approached by a lot of people – both young and old, that are interested in the craft and wish to learn, a platform to effectively share this experience was thus thought of and designed in a way that ensures that an ideal training programme is fleshed out to assist those willing to learn”, he added.
The Masterclass also coincides with the fifth anniversary of Jerry Adjorlolo as a full-time MC.
He has over the past half-decade steered about 750 notable State, diplomatic, corporate and social events.
Among the events he has emceed are State banquets in honour of the presidents of India, Turkey, Kenya, Guinea-Bissau, Prime Ministers of Ethiopia, Trinidad and Tobago and HRH Prince Edward, Earl of Wessex.
He has also moderated the World Bank/IMF African Caucus meeting, three annual conferences of the Mandela Washington Fellows (YALI), the first Africa Region Data Protection and Privacy Conference, Ghana CEO’s Summit, CIMG, AGI and Ghana Club 100 Awards dinners, the 20th wedding anniversary dinner of president Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo Addo and First Lady, Rebecca Akufo-Addo, 80th birthday dinner of former president John A. Kuffour, the wedding reception of the son of the former Nigerian Gen. Abubakar Atiku, among others.