Jonathan Hancock is the Founder of The Junior Memory Championship (JMC). He is a two-time Guinness World Record-Holder and former World Memory Champion. He has written twelve books on memory and learning. His books have titles such as “How to be a Genius” and “Maximise your Memory”, and have been translated into many different languages.
Now he is working with SIMCC to launch the JMC in Asia. This is an extension of the Learning Skills Foundation (LSF), an educational initiative to promote memory strategies in schools.
The JMC focuses on the educational benefits of a trained memory, allowing the students to show just how much more they can achieve when their memory skills are under their control.
Learn the best techniques to accelerate your learning and increase your retention to score better for exams as well as improve your work performance.
Now you can acquire top-notch memory techniques at a fraction of the cost that other memory masters charge. Join Jonathan for his inaugural Asian workshop.
Date: August 25, 2018 (Saturday)
Venue: National University of Singapore, University Cultural Centre Theatre (Address: 50 Kent Ridge Crescent, National University of Singapore, 119279)
Time: 9 am to 5 pm (Lunch & Tea break will be provided)
Registration Deadline: 20 August 2018
$180 per person (student or adult)
$180 per person (accompanying parent) – a rebate of $80 on 25 August when you show birth cert of students
*SIMCC students will get $50 rebate (buy tickets at SIMCC Centre- Goldhill Plaza)
*All participants get a SIMCC backpack, 4 colour pen, booklet and Memory Champion book worth $42
*All students get free entry into AJMC online contest on March 20, 2019