Singapore (PRWEB) May 28, 2014
Dr Ernest Wong, also known as the “Grandmaster” of Neuro-linguistic programming (NLP) and also Accelerated Learning Techniques in Asia, started SMARTKIDS™ & SUPERTEENS™ BOOTCAMP in 1985, when such techniques were very new to this part of the world.
For almost 30 years, Dr Ernest Wong has used Singapore as his base to reach out to people across Asia; from Malaysia and Indonesia to Hong Kong and China.
Singapore is considered the pinnacle of education for young people all over Asia. Many scholars from Indonesia, China, Malaysia and Hong Kong yearn to come to Singapore’s local schools, colleges and universities to further their studies and obtain a job in Singapore.
Local Singaporeans too are facing steep scholastic competition as the Ministry of Education here raises the bar each year, to determine which few students will be the cream of the crop.
Parents are generally even more anxious than their children, as they sit through each examination with their children, starting with the local PSLE examination during Primary 6, and followed by the GCE “O” examination during Secondary 4 and finally perhaps the “A” Levels during the college years and a Bachelor’s degree from a local University.
On top of their daily school activities, eager Singaporean parents usually sign their children up for extra tuition, weekend classes, or even school holiday enrichment programmes to keep up with the fierce competition.
One of Singapore’s most popular enrichment classes is the SMARTKIDS™ & SUPERTEENS™ BOOTCAMP by Learning Mastery Pte Ltd, which will be accessible to even more people though the new marketing platform, LearningMastery.com.
With a long history of almost 30 years in the education and training industry, Learning Mastery has trained over 500,000 students, parents and teachers throughout Asia.
SMARTKIDS™ BOOTCAMP is for children aged 9 to 12, while SUPERTEENS™ BOOTCAMP is for teens from 13 to 19. Both courses are built on four foundational pillars designed so that every child can unleash their potential, not only in their academic performance, but also in their personal lives and in dealing with the many challenges facing children and teenagers today.
These four pillars are Academic Skills, Social Skills, Personal Skills and Mental Toughness.
Personal Skills teaches children the Seven Values of Character Development, including goal setting skills, time management and how to take care of one’s health. While in Academic Skills training, various NLP and Accelerated Learning Techniques are shared, like speed reading, and enabling children to master all their subjects and score an “A” in their exams.
One of the biggest challenges children face as they grow up is making friends. So, the Social Skills module helps children build confidence, express their thoughts through public speaking, make friends, solve issues such as being bullied, and most importantly, it encourages them to express their feelings and love towards their parents.
The last pillar, Mental Toughness, was taught by Dr Edgar Tham, Singapore’s first Sports and Performance Psychologist and a leading practitioner and authority in mental toughness training. In this section of the training, children will learn how to deal with rejection, build trusting relationships, and also handle exam stress and score well in their examinations.
Mr Woong, father of William Woong, expressed his thanks to Dr Ernest Wong for building William's confidence and developing his character after attending the BOOTCAMP. Mr Woong believes that the competencies William learnt played an important role in William’s successes at Chess Competitions: he clinched 1st Place in the National Rapid Chess Championships (Challengers Category) in Oct 2012; and 1st Place in the National Age-Group Chess Championships (Under 12 years old) in December 2012.
Danial Matin, who scored 4 A’s during his PSLE, with an aggregate of 265 and was accepted by Raffles Institution said that he was exceedingly grateful to SMARTKIDS™ and SUPERTEENS™ for helping him score all A’s in all his subjects for the PSLE.
Over the years, Dr Ernest Wong’s method has produced thousands of top achievers and successful people including: Adam Khoo, the founder of AKLTG company, best-selling author and a millionaire by the age of 26, who started his own Adam Khoo Camp to train kids; Stuart Tan and Gary Lee, Lead Trainers of AKLTG; Dr Edgar Tham, Singapore’s first Sport & Performance Psychologist; He Rui Min and He Rui Jie, Singapore President Scholars; Moses Soh, Singapore President Scholar 2012; Joe Pang, Oxford University Graduate and a consultant for McKenzie Consulting; Marcus Tan, World San Shou Champion and thousands more.
Perhaps most importantly, many of Dr Wong’s students find themselves transformed from being reserved to out-going; and from average students to being in the top three percent in their schools, qualifying them for leading universities such as NUS, NTU, Harvard, Cambridge, Oxford, Yale, Princeton, Hong Kong University, Chinese Universities of Hong Kong and many more.
Dr Ernest Wong’s real gift is that any child who graduates from his SMARTKIDS™ & SUPERTEENS™ BOOTCAMP will not only achieve academic excellence but most importantly, will be given an opportunity to prepare themselves with crucial life skills, success strategies and a clear way to pave a positive path for their life journey.
About Learning Mastery
Learning Mastery Pte Ltd has impacted more than 500,000 people’s lives in Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Hong Kong and China since 1985. Dr Ernest Wong has transformed countless young people’s lives and every child who graduates from his signature programs, SMARTKIDS™ & SUPERTEENS™ enjoys life-changing experiences. In 1988, he received the Prestigious Golden Apple Award from Jack Canfield, founder of the Foundation of self-Esteem in California, USA, in recognition of his contribution towards raising the self-esteem of students in different parts of Asia. Results speak for themselves and Dr Ernest Wong has personally trained achievers such as, Adam Khoo, founder of AKLTG company, best-selling author and millionaire by the age of 26; Stuart Tan and Gary Lee, Lead Trainers of AKLTG; Dr Edgar Tham, Singapore’s first Sport & Performance Psychologist and thousands more. More importantly, many of his students are transformed from being reserved to out-going; and from being average to being in the top three percent of their schools, qualifying them for leading universities such as NUS, NTU, Harvard, Cambridge, Oxford, Yale, Princeton, Hong Kong University, Chinese Universities of Hong Kong and many more.