The Academy for Chief Executives Group for London West will be hosting a workshop for children run by David Thomas, the Guinness record memory expert and Academy speaker. He memorised Pi to 22,500 decimal places without error using some of the techniques he will explain.
The event will be hosted on Saturday 3 March 2018 (thanks to Metro bank) at their head office in London between 9.30am and 1pm. The event is open to children between the ages of 9 through to university age. Children will be grouped by age at the event.
Parents are welcome to stay but if they prefer to enjoy the shops or tourist attractions of London, they can leave their child with us. All helpers and supervisors who moderate the session will be DBS checked. The cost is a minimum donation of £50. The proceeds will be donated to children’s charity Hope and Homes For Children.
Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org with children’s names and ages.
Please note that we expect this event to be over-subscribed so allocation of places will be on a first-come, first-served basis.
David is one of the Academy’s highest performing speakers and an expert on how to improve memory. He is the world memory record holder for memorising and reciting 100 packs of individually shuffled packs of playing cards.
His workshop will teach the students Mind Mapping and memory techniques that will benefit them in three significant ways:
• They will be able to do their study workload in less time
• Lower stress levels, particularly at exam time
• Retention will increase so achieving better grades
David has taught this workshop to over 250,000 students in countries all over the world and has had outstanding results. He understands that ‘when we laugh, we learn’ so he makes the sessions fast, furious and fun. But be warned, he does have terrible taste in shoes!
You can find more about him at here
Metro Bank One Southampton Row London WC1B 5HA (Near Holborn tube station)