This month has been a significant milestone for Adam Khoo Learning Centre (AKLC). Our first master franchise branch of AKLC has opened in Jakarta, Indonesia!
For those of you who may not be aware, Adam Khoo Learning Centre (AKLC) is a totally separate company from Adam Khoo Learning Technologies Group (AKLTG). AKLTG has been successfully running seminars and training programs in 8 Indonesian cities for the last 4 years. We have trained over 8,000 participants through our I Am Gifted Indonesia holiday camp!, Wealth Academy Programmes and the Patterns of Excellence programmes. In addition, we also run corporate training programmes for Indonesian MNCs like Bank Danamon, Indonesia.
AKLC is a learning centre that specializes in training students (aged 7-19) to master English and Maths through our weekly tutorials that utilize cutting-edge whole brain, accelerated 21st century learning techniques. For the last 6 years, AKLC has built a strong reputation in Singapore, helping students to excel in their English and Math Exams (PSLE and O Levels). Its success has led us to offer this powerful business model to entrepreneurs who would like to take up our winning franchise.
On the 8 of December, AKLC opened up its master franchise flagship centre in Jakarta and already, we have a waiting list of 200 students enrolling for the new year. I would like top congratulate our franchise business partners in Indonesia for a job well done. They have a vision to open 24 AKLC centres in Indonesia in the next 5 years and I believe many students will benefit immensely from this! At AKLC, we aim to prepare students for the 21st Century Global Economy by giving them a strong foundation in English and Math as well as equipping them with invaluable lifeskills such as critical thinking, problem solving, creativity and innovation. Most importantly, a love for learning and the skills of learning how to learn!
from left: business partners: Dharmesti, Yovita, Susan Hartawan (Managing Director), Dr. Cheah Yin Mee (Head of English), Adam Khoo, Dr. Peter Yan (Head of Math)