Learn to Speed Read in One Day.
A study by the University of California revealed that global information is doubling every 3 years. While the rate of information growth is increasing at break-neck speed, more than 90% of us did not improve our reading speed since we left school. The average reading speed of most adults hover around 200 words per minute. It is estimated by various organisations that the average person today need a reading speed of 400 words per minute to be functionally literate. This one-day course will improve your reading speed. More than 80% of participants in this course have increased their reading speed by between 2 to 5 times. Be one of them.
This course teachers the unique Buzan four speed technique developed by Tony Buzan, author of "The Speed Reading Book" Taught by experienced trainers specially licensed by Buzan Asia.
- Establishing your initial reading speed
- Understanding the factors affecting reading speed
- Reading in groups
- The fixation time
- The problem with back skipping
- The use of reading guides
- Understand the relationship between speed and comprehension
- Controlling your speed
- Knowing and applying the factors that affect your retention and recall of information after reading
- Know how your eyes and brain does the reading
- Learn the unique Buzan 4 speed technique
- Increase your reading speed without compromising your comprehension
- Know how to browse and skim information
- Learn how your brain remembers as you read
"In a short span of only 1 day training, I was able to improve my speed in reading and improve on comprehension of text.
Richard Yip, SPF
Dr Henry Toi is the Managing Director and Master Trainer of Brain Capital Group International. He graduated with honours in Civil Engineering from the National University of Singapore and a Masters of Education from the RMIT University in Melbourne. He also graduated with a Doctor of Business Administration from the Australian Institute of Business, Adelaide.
Henry obtained the Advanced Certificate in Training and Assessment from the WDA. He has authored several books, his latest being the “Habits of S.U.C.C.E.S.S.” which is published in Singapore, India and Thailand. In terms of innovation, he created a psychometric tool called The Habits of Mind Assessment Scales (THOMAS) that is used internationally to assess thinking dispositions of adults and students both.
Henry is certified to deliver international programmes including ThinkBuzan’s Mind Map and GRASP courses, Memory, Speed Reading, Creativity, Habits of Mind, Multiple Intelligences Developmental Assessment Scales and Guerrilla Marketing. He was appointed as one of only four Master Trainers globally by Prof Tony Buzan in 2005 and was also appointed as affiliate director of the Institute for the Habits of Mind in the same year.
During his corporate career, he had served the Singapore Government (Monetary Authority of Singapore), Shell Petroleum, Standard Chartered Bank and the OCBC Asset Management, all in the area of finance and policy management. Henry carries out research in the field of thinking and presents regularly in international conferences in the area of critical and creative thinking.