SmartReading workshops take-off in South Africa
The very first SmartReading workshops were held in South Africa in August and September this year. The Dutch facilitator, Paul van der Velde, received a warm welcome from both groups in Johannesburg and Cape Town. Mr van der Velde developed the advanced learning and fast reading method “SmartReading” in 1992.
He has several publications to his name, and in January 2012 alongside Peter Plusquin, he published the Dutch Paperback titled “SmartReading – Read a Book per Hour”. According to Paul, the English version is scheduled to be released later in the year.
On behalf on Business School Netherlands and Globaledutainment, we hereby congratulate
Bruce Morgan (GreatSoft), Gerard Mohamed (Multisol South Africa), Lorenz Heere (Magna), Alan O’Regan (Visa), Gillian Geldenhuys (Visa), Matthew du Plessis (Visa), Martin Slabber (Visa), Herman Thiart (Visa) as well as Olivia Lapere (BSN) and Juanita Bouwer in the role of CEO of Business School Netherlands for attending and completing the Cape Town workshop SmartReading on 03 September 2014.
It was also nice to see some BSN alumni and students in attendance at both of the SmartReading workshops.
Furthermore, Business School Netherlands and Globaledutainment wish to congratulate and thank
Allister Long (Powerhouse Financial Solutions), Zizamele Makhaza (POPCRU), Hluphekile Makhaza (POPCRU), Nelisiwe Dunge (Department of Education Zululand – KZN), Nombulelo Yeni (Department of Education Umlazi District – KZN) and Sharon Govender (Standard Bank of SA) for attending and completing the Johannesburg
workshop on 01 September 2014. Due to work commitments, Kevin Holloway (Timken South Africa), Jean Pick (GreatSoft) and Shirley Chauke (Hamon SA) were unable to attend the final workshop day and were sorely missed.
Want to hear what they say about SmartReading? Check it out!
Thabile Tjale and his experience with the smart method
Ansie van der Westhuizen
Ansie and her experience with smrtReading
Margaret van Wyk
Margaret van Wyk is talking about SmartReading.
Lesha from South Africa is talking about SmartReading