Ebright Public Speaking
Ebright is one of Malaysia's most prominent public speaking centres, with more than 950 active students attending our weekly physical and online classes.
Our strength lies in our ability to structure our program systematically in a fun and interactive manner. In addition, we are one of the very few centres in Malaysia approved by Trinity College London (UK) to run an internally recognized communication skill assessment for our students.
Since 2016, we have trained nearly 19,000 young lives in the art of public speaking. Click the link below to find out how you can improve your child's speaking confidence by attending our FREE evaluation class!
We are a group of certified public speaking trainers who are dedicated to empowering children and unlocking your kid's full potential through public speaking and presentation skills that make a world class public speaker.
Fun and comprehensive courses to nurture younger generations in the art of speech and self confidence. The kids public speaking courses cater to children aged 7-12, and teens aged 12-17.
Keep up to date on special public speaking related events and functions. Events like these provide greater opportunities to explore and learn more about Ebright Kids Public Speaking platform.
DR. TEOH MEI LIN
A senior lecturer at the English Department of the Faculty of Languages and Linguistics, University of Malaya (UM) and has over 30 years of experience teaching English language proficiency courses
ARA MYSARA WAN
Ara is the youngest sibling of Adam's Autism Family, whose Instagram account features awareness on living with an Autistic child
Ara is the daughter of Malaysian actor, director Aziz M. Osman. She is popularly known for hosting "No Gadget No Problem - a kids show
NUR AYEESHA AZZALEEA
Popularly known as Zaza, her TikTok videos with her mother who is also a teacher has garnered millions of views
JOHN F. KENNEDY
Public Speaking is the art of diluting a two minute idea with a two hour vocabulary.
RALPH WALDO EMERSON
All great speakers were bad speakers at first
Speech is power: Speech is to persuade, to convert, to compel
The worst speech you ever give will be far better than the one you never give
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