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Super Child Programme

We are born to be geniuses! We are by nature forward-looking, motivated, positive, self-directed and consistently moving towards self-actualization. But somehow, due to obstacles, the economy, politics and social environment this positive natural self has been suppressed. It is not impossible to regain this natural self again to become someone who is self-actualized. When a person is functioning fully again or self-actualized, their motivation, passion, attitude and behaviour will move forward accordingly and thus nothing can stop their desire to become a genius again!

But do we know who we are right now? Do we know whether we are functioning fully, optimally or at a minimal level? Do we know our strengths and weaknesses in our thinking abilities, feelings and actions? Do we know how to intervene? Come and attend our course cum workshop to know yourself and to bring out the genius in you.

The main purpose of the programme is for participants to identify and understand their personality traits in three main domains: cognitive, affective and psychomotor. In addition, participants will be exposed to several ways to do intervention effectively. They will know how to enrich their strengths and overcome their weaknesses.

Super Child Programme


  • Identify children talent in term of their
    • Cognitive
    • Affective
    • Psychomotor
  • Identification of children strength and weaknesses
  • Boost their strength and minimize their weakness
  • Develop the most effective ways to develop talent for parents and children

The Programme Classification

For children programme it is catagorised into:-

  • Elementary
  • Pre-intermediate
  • Intermediate
  • Upper-intermediate
  • Lower Advance
  • Advance

Other Programmes

HBA also provides other consultation programmes below:-

  • Speed learning training on leaning behaviour
  • Communication Experts: Parent, Children communication
  • NLP – neuro languistic programming
  • Children behaviour motivation
  • Children with deviant behaviour