Is the Course recommended for good readers?

- Yes!! Often good readers make the greatest improvement.

At what age should the course be undertaken ?

- Although there is no specific age at which the course can be commenced, it is not recommended for persons under 12 years of age. Most teenagers do not have sufficient eye control, self-discipline, concentration levels, mental agility or awareness of the need to excel in life.

What requirements are needed to undertake the course?

- A working knowledge of English is preferable. However, participants with the ability to read the front page of an English newspaper, would certainly benefit from the course. Remember this is not a remedial reading programme but a specifically designed system to enhance your reading skills and comprehension.

Who should undertake the course ?

- Essentially everyone from the age of 12 who can already read. Education and self improvement are essential lifetime pursuits. The need to keep ahead of competitors is fundamental to ultimate success of every student, business or organisation.

How is improvement measured?

- Comprehension measuring exercises have been designed to enable self-assessment at 90 minute intervals. Each participant can progress at an individual rate to fully realise latent potential.

How much homework is involved ?

- No formal homework is involved. However, for best results, the skills acquired during each session should be applied to any other reading undertaken prior to the next session. This provides positive reinforcement of the skills attained at every level of the self advancement programme.

Why learn new reading techniques ?

- To correct poor childhood reading habits that carry into adulthood and to enhance productivity in an increasingly competitive world.

How can more efficient reading skills be developed?

- Children are traditionally taught to read by a combination of visual and oral techniques. This repetition method of reading aloud, enunciation and revision induces slow and limited reading habits. Worldwide education systems fail to re-educate students and teach them adult reading methods. The Advanced Reading Skills Course eradicates poor reading techniques and replaces them with 14 adult reading skills. This is achieved by a series of drills and exercises with self assessment performed every 90 minutes throughout the duration of the course. Participants work at individual pace but share the experience and instruction with others.

Will reading still be enjoyable ?

- Even more so! Reading will no longer be a chore. By applying the skills developed, reading will be undertaken with greater purpose and enjoyment. The Advanced Reading Skills Course allows readers to vary technique depending on the subject material and achieve greater comprehension and enjoyment.

Is this a speed reading course ?

- No!. Most definitely it is not. Reading speed is mistakenly identified as a paramount skill. There are other contributing factors. The Advanced Reading Skills Course addresses a total of 14 skills which are essential to increased speed and elevated comprehension and retention.

Can techniques learned reading English be applied to other languages?

- Yes! Speakers of most major languages confirm that the Course greatly assists them reading in their own language. The Advanced Reading Skills Course is conducted worldwide in a number of languages. Participants in Thailand, Germany, France, Spain and Holland have attested to the beneficial outcomes of the Course.

Will Iearned skills be retained?

- Most certainly Yes!
The Advanced Reading Skills Course, by a series of carefully designed exercises and self- assessment techniques ensures a lifetime of success.

Is success guaranteed ?

- No one can fail…The Advanced Reading Skills Course is a FAIL SAFE course . All participants show marked improvement. Individual levels of achievement will vary and success will depend on proficiency in the English language, personal motivation and the drive to succeed. Attendance records and individual application to the Course will affect the outcome.