Accelerated Learning was developed because we live in a world where the ability to absorb information rapidly and to think logically and creatively are the most important skills that you can possess.
So we have pioneered an innovative and successful approach to learning and adapted it for home study and web based learning programmes.
Accelerated Learning programmes are helping parents develop their pre-school children, students to get better results, and teachers and trainers to better motivate their learners.
Accelerated Learning methods are also making learning another language easier and quicker than ever before. And they are giving organisations the competitive advantage of a faster learning workforce.
Improve Your Ability to Learn Better Than Ever Before!
The world is changing at an ever-increasing pace. As the 21st century approaches, the pace of every day life has speeded up–everything from faster fast food in your own neighborhood to instant communication across the globe. It's an age when today's college leaver can expect to change careers five or six times during his lifetime–careers not just jobs. That's why learning how to learn is more important than what we learn–especially when what we learn can become so quickly outdated.
Our fundamental principle: It's never too early or too late to begin to learn.
Learning is a lifelong adventure. It should begin earlier than the child's first day at school and continue far beyond the graduation ceremony. We live in an age when the only constant is change. To master accelerated change, therefore, requires accelerated learning.
Accelerated Learning embraces Harvard professor Howard Gardner's Theory of Multiple Intelligences and illustrates that each of us has an individual preferred way of learning that suits us best. When you learn the study skills that exactly match your personal style, you are learning the way that is most natural for you. As it is natural, it is easier and so becomes faster.
The Accelerated Learning Network has been created to maximize this potential: to empower all learners with the ability to absorb and understand new information quickly–and to retain this information.