My experience as the teacher made me realize that an effective communication is vital for robust training. It has been pointed out that knowledge of a teacher make fifty percent of teaching while communication skills make the rest of the fifty percent. A proficient communication with the students is important for teaching in all fields including health and social care (Faulkner et al, 2001). My learning during my training enabled me to polish my communication skills as a teacher. Since effective communication with the pupils and parents is a part of professional values for teaching, the development of such skills has been a significant part of my teacher training. I learned various verbal and non-verbal ways of teaching. The non-verbal ways of teaching involve the use of the body, language, posture, eye movements, facial expressions, hand movements and appearance etc. (Prozesky, 2000). Verbal communication skills also have their own impact and can be challenging at times but a few guidelines can make this communication productive and effective which i acquired during my teacher training. Use of different learning aids can also prove helpful such as audio-visual aids which can provide the visual reference to the knowledge being communicated. Written material such as hand outs, posters and specially practical demonstrations are also considered as factors for effective teaching (Papa, 2009). An understanding of these skills of communication has improved my efficiency as teaching which I have assessed by receiving student feedbacks.