Raise adults, not kids.

The advanced Australian preschool enrichment program developed to raise successful adults. We train
Executive FunctionEmotional IntelligenceGrowth Mindset
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See the THREE most powerful skills your child needs to develop during preschool

Executive Function

Mental skills to help your child pay attention, stay sharp, remember details, multitask and think creatively.

Emotional Intelligence

People skills that help your child communicate and socialize effectively as a leader.

Growth Mindset

A  powerful never give up attitude that helps your child embrace challenges and work towards a goal.

FREE Child Analysis Tools
Do you want to know what is your child’s skill level and which area needs improvement?

Learn more about our preschool enrichment programs

52-week program

BrainTech

A 52-week program to help preschoolers learn Executive Function, Emotional Intelligence and Growth Mindset. The complete training program to get your child ready for life.

2-hour workshop

BrainTech Mini

Want to try first? Let your child experience BrainTech for the first time in this 2-hour workshop and witness the increase in your child’s focus and motivation to learn instantly.

Here are what the expert says

Carol S. Dweck

Professor of Psychology at Stanford University

 “Our studies show that teaching children to have a growth mindset which encourages a focus on effort rather than on intelligence or talent, helps make them into high achievers in school and in life”                

Warren G. Bennis

Business School Professor and renowned leadership expert

 “Emotional Intelligence, more than IQ, expertise or any other factor, accounts for 85% to 90% of success at work. IQ is a threshold competence. You need it, but it doesn’t make you a star. Emotional Intelligence can.”

Dr. Lynn Meltzer

PhD, Associate in Education at the Harvard Graduate School of Education

 “Executive Function strategies help students go beyond the content that is being taught, so that learning is process-based rather than only outcome-based “