Back to database    Aug 09, 2015


Light House Learning Group (LHLG) has been founded with the goal of making effective learning available to students in Malaysia. They teach students effective educational skills which allow them to learn and master accelerated learning techniques. The social enterprise’s flagship program is Turbo Charge Learning which combines the features of both Accelerated Alternative Learning and Personal Empowerment systems, thus helping release the potential in every student.

Being around for almost a year now, during 2014-2015 they generated an estimated revenue of more than RM100,000 having impacted over 250 school students. To make their training accessible to all, LHLG follows a cross-subsidisation model whereby for every course paid for, an underprivileged school kid receives free access to the course.

LHLG is currently looking for sponsors, mentors and partners who can help them expand their business operations.


Chan Teck Keng, Chief Marketing Officer




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