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Maysoon El-Ahmad

Get your child to think like a futurist

Where
15 Brisbane St
Surry Hills NSW 2010
Australia
When

Thursdays, Fridays, 9am to 3pm Thursday 1 July to Friday 2 July

This 2-day holiday program for kids 9-12 introduces your child to Futures Thinking.

The world is changing fast, demanding new skills and new ways of thinking.

Every child should have the chance to develop the creative skills needed to imagine how the future can be different and to participate in deciding what the future will be. We believe futures thinking shouldn’t be something that only happens in organisations, and that's why we are taking this to the next generation of young people. This is the first-ever program to offer children the opportunity to develop skills in Futures Thinking.

Taught by an industry professional in Futures Thinking, your child will learn new skills and ways of thinking about the future. They will learn how to become a bigger and creative thinker, exposing them to the jobs of the future, and how they themselves can create the future they want.

An Australian first program, we teach skills that will give your child an edge, focusing on developing skills in:

  • Critical thinking and observation

  • Cultivating creative problem solving and curiosity

  • Long term thinking

  • Empathy

  • Team building

  • Confidence building

  • Developing an abundance mindset

Covid-safe information

The venue is Covid safe compliant. All participants will be required to sign in upon arrival.

Contact event organiser

Maysoon El-Ahmad

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