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Open Course

The Fast Effective Reading course is delivered as an open course in London every 8-12 weeks.  Check the next available date and make a booking in the table above.

The open course is one-day in duration and is a great opportunity to attend the course as an individual delegate.  A number of our regular in-company Fast Effective Reading clients use the open course to train individuals who have missed an internal delivery of the course.  Courses are limited to 12 delegates maximum per programme.

The price per delegate is £399 +VAT and this includes course documentation, a certificate upon successful completion of the course, as well as lunch and refreshments.  Second delegates get a 10% discount and third delegates a 15% discount.  All delegates will be automatically added to the 8-week email series following their attendance at the course.

Course Snapshot

Objectives
At the end of the course, delegates will be able to permanently:

• Eliminate the habits of re-reading (making regressions) and reading one word at a time
• At least double, even treble their reading speed, crucially without any loss of accuracy
• Use the most efficient reading speed depending on what they are reading and why
• Be more engaged whilst reading and not lose concentration so easily
• Increase comprehension of what they are reading
• Remember more of what they have read
• Read effectively from any screen and device
• Save large amounts of time by being more selective

Key topics covered

The physical process of reading “making the eyes work better”

1. Course objectives and initial benchmarking
2. Current reading problems and how to overcome them

The mental process of reading – “making the brain work better”

3. How to concentrate better
4. How to understand and absorb more
5. Reading from screens and devices
6. How to remember more; how and when to take effective notes / highlight
7. Applying the skills at work

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1 Hour “Sushi-bite” Taster

If you have a team of people and want to experience the Fast Effective Reading course, why not deliver a 1-hour “sushi-bite” taster session?

The 1-hour taster is free of charge, places you under no obligation and is a great way to see how effective this course could be for you and your team.  Taster sessions are for up to 20 people at a time and can be delivered at a time to best suit your team’s diaries.

We have a limited number of taster sessions available each month.  Call up anytime on 0845 130 5714 to discuss further and book a session, or just click the find out more button below.

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GETTING IN TOUCH

We would welcome the opportunity to discuss your current training requirements in more detail.

Or simply use our short online contact form and one of our skilled consultants will be pleased to take a more detailed brief from you advise you on the best solution.

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TESTIMONIALS

“The most valuable part of the course was learning to develop speed and realising that comprehension actually increased, amazing!”
Alexander Evans, BBC
“Perfectly structured and pitched for everyone present – mix of secretaries, support and fee earners, extremely useful both for work and pleasure.”
Diane Curzon, Nabarro
“I loved the course from the opening line “you’ve probably not been taught how to read or improve since you were 5 or 6” which was 100% true and got me hooked.”
Colin Lancaster, SCOR SE
If you would like to discuss the Fast Effective Reading open course prior to making a booking, please call us on 0845 130 5714 and you will be put straight through to one of our friendly advisers who will be pleased to assist you further.

Alternatively if you would prefer you can email us at info@ga-training.com or fill out our simple online contact form below and one of the team will get straight back to you.

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