We all want the best for our children, and when it comes to education, that means doing everything we can to help them overcome any challenges they face, and experience the joys of their successes.
Whether addressing existing knowledge gaps, or perhaps preparation for a scholarship or selective entrance exam, personalised tutoring programs cater to students of all abilities.
Established in Melbourne in 1990 and created by Psychologist and Educator, Greg Nicholson, Edworks has helped thousands of students to accomplish their academic dreams and to flourish in today's competitive world.
Edworks teaches students how to creatively solve problems and to think critically, while mastering effective communication skills. Essentially, they encourage students to be resilient and independent thinkers, which enables them to grasp both academic and social difficulties with confidence.
They recognise that success in the Innovation Age must go beyond students simply learning how to sit exams. Instead, students need to learn how to self-start, critically analyse data, and think creatively if they are to succeed. .
Their tutoring programs are personally tailored to the needs of each student, and delivered in a positive learning environment designed to feed self-esteem and motivate students to achieve their full potential.
Call them today on 9882 8777 to discuss how their services can help your child, or visit their website here to book your Free Skills Assessment and 2* bonus sessions at one of their Melbourne tutoring centres.
**Bonus sessions added to end of a new Membership when you join after the Free Assessment. Not to be used with any other offer.
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