Speed Reading Workshop

How to Read Faster and Remember More of What You Read

Speed Reading a newspaper
Read Faster, Remember More

Would you like to read faster and remember more of what you have read?

If you are reading around 200 words per minute, like most people, you are at a great disadvantage. The United Nations has reported the need to read at 400 words per minute to be functionally literate in today's business world.

Simple experiments have shown that you can increase your reading speed simply by moving your eyes correctly across the page. By using proper eye movements, you can read for hours without eye strain and fatigue. And if you combine this with memory techniques, you can now read faster and remember more of what you have read.

Learn how to read faster and remember more of what you read. Doing this will help reduce your reading backlog and allow you to keep up-to-date with the latest information.

How you will benefit

By the end of the workshop, you will be able to:

What you will learn

This workshop will cover:

Who should attend

Managers, executives and business professionals who want to read faster and remember what they read.

What participants say about the workshop

"Useful techniques for improving reading speed and comprehension that will benefit me in my work." Executive, Ministry of Transport

"The trainer was engaging. Lots of practice on the techniques. I definitely acquire a skill that I can use at work." Manager, Singapore Land Authority

"Speed reading sounds like a dry topic but the trainer made the course very interesting with examples and gave recommendations on useful books for further practice." Manager, CapitaLand

"Workshop is good as it helped me improve my reading. Will apply these skills at work including reading newspapers, story books." Executive, Singapore Police Force

"The trainer was able to hold my attention." Manager, CapitaLand

To attend the workshop

To attend a public workshop, please contact us for workshop details.

For in-house workshop, please contact us for more information.