NEBOSH Fast Track Learners – part 1

NEBOSH Fast Track Learners – part 1

What does ‘9/11’ mean to you? Are you seeing aeroplanes crashing into tall buildings? Is it setting off a train of thoughts in your brain and the fateful day is coming back to you?

You are about to embark upon on exhilarating accelerated learning technique. You will be shocked and surprised at how quickly you grasp chunks of information. It’s based on right-brain learning, bright visual images and chain thinking to link ideas.

According to right-brain educators such as Glenn Doman and Makoto Shichida, accessing the right-brain not only enables people to learn more efficiently. It can even unlock genius-level abilities. It is not that right-brain teaching will create a genius, rather that there is a genius already inside every person – if only we can access the abilities of the right-brain.

Well we can and Pivotal Scotland are excited to bring you the techniques that are as applicable to adults as they are to babies during early learning. Eight times world memory champion Dominic O’Brien used these methods as did Albert Einstein.

So let’s get to work on building you a powerful memory. I have chosen section 2 of the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 as learning this will give you an advantage over others because the knowledge can be used across the syllabus.

Download your Nebosh revision sheet on section 2 – scroll down to the Resources tab here

You will find five clear revision steps to follow and a handy sheet which this blog author, Andrew Monaghan will be happy to take feedback via LinkedIn

Watch out for our next post, Part 2 Nebosh Fast track which will build up your knowledge on a full week one learning outcome.

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