Reading may be the least advanced skill you bring to the work place. The Harris technique will enable you to read the easiest or the most difficult texts more quickly, while gaining the comprehension and retention you need.
- Course Start Date: Feb. 22
- Location: Toronto
- Time: 9:00 am - 4:00 pm (Note on end times)
- Duration: 1 Day
on the number or students and pace of the class.
It is important to allow for the class to run a little bit longer,
or finish a little sooner, than expected.
- Delivery Method(s):Instructor Led
- Seats Available: YES
- Category:Speed Reading
that provides you with the quality training that
you have come to expect, and combines it with
flexible learning and a self paced environment.
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- Course Outline
Do you have too much to read but too little time to do it?
Have you been unable to keep pace with your reading workload?
You may think of yourself as professional in the work you do, but your reading skills may be developed only to an amateur level.
Reading may be the least advanced skill you bring to the work place. Good techniques and practice can dramatically improve your ability to read.
The Harris technique will enable you to read the easiest or the most difficult texts more quickly, while gaining the comprehension and retention you need.
• Read 50 - 150% faster
• Improve your comprehension and retention
• Eliminate wandering attention
• Increase concentration
• Learn an "attack strategy" to keep on top of your reading
• Enhance your leisure reading
Test of reading speed and comprehension
Diagnosis of traditional reading
Explanation of Harris technique and principles
Hands-on speed exercises using the new technique
10:20 AM - Break (On average, participants are reading 15-20 % faster by
10: 35 AM
Questions and answers
Intermediate steps, speed exercises integrated into own reading
Reading environment and obstacles - lighting, noise, posture, eye care
Test of reading speed and comprehension
Lunch (On average, participants are reading 40-50 % faster by this
Questions and Answers
Reinforcement of concentration, memory and retention
Attack strategy, improvement of comprehension in difficult material
2:30 PM - Break
Reading-time management exercise
Test of speed and comprehension
Closing (On average, participants are reading 80-100 % faster by this
point with comprehension as good or better than at the beginning of the
About The Facilitator
Steve Harris is a bilingual speed reading specialist. Since 1981 he has researched, developed and taught the applications of speed reading to work, study and leisure.
He teaches speed reading at Carleton, Ottawa, McGill, Queen's and Guelph Universities. He is a continuing education instructor for the City of Gatineau and the Ottawa-Carleton Board of Education. He is a frequent instructor to Executive MBA programs at University of Ottawa and Queen's University.
He has worked with the following organizations: Auditor-General of Canada, Bell Canada, AIT Corporation, Lockheed Martin , MDS, Mitel Corporation, Nortel, Superintendent of Financial Institutions, and many federal and provincial agencies and departments.
- Prerequisites & Certificates
Certificate of completion
- Cancellation Policy
Cancellations with less than four weeks' notice are subject to the full fee. Participant substitutions can be made at any time.
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