TDA welcomes future talents
As a professional talent training and development academy and a pioneer at providing international standard talent training programs in Vietnam, TDA aims to perfect unique skills and promote the development of young and teenage Vietnamese talents, thereby working towards raising aspirations of building a solid and perfect foundation of knowledge, qualities, and skills for the Vietnamese young generation in order to confidently step on the journey of global integration.
More than 50 experts in various academic fields
Discovering the talent of every single person
“The most important thing about a technology is how it changes people.”
Jaron Lanier – Computer Scientist
Cultivating thinking and intelligence whilst also promoting children’s love of science and technology through interesting subjects such as web programming, games, apps, robots, artificial intelligence,… is the most useful way to help children access the world of technology and quickly find and promote their hidden talents in this field.
“Every artist was first an amateur.”
Ralph Waldo Emerson – Poet
Learning art subjects such as dancing, singing and using musical instruments,… not only brings joy to children but also helps them develop better physically, mentally, spiritually. At the same time, it unleashes the artistic potential in children, promoting self-confidence and creativity – factors that are extremely important for children to achieve success in the future.
“One language sets you in a corridor for life. Two languages open every door along the way.”
Frank Smith – Psychologist and linguist
Not only helping to develop linguistic intelligence and improve thinking skills, but learning a foreign language is also considered a mandatory requirement for the young generation in the era of technology, integration, and globalization. The opportunity to connect with the world will open up for children by mastering foreign languages (especially English – the world’s most common language)
“I firmly believe that half of the difference between a successful businessman and an unsuccessful businessman is persistence”
Steve Jobs – Founder of Apple
Pursuing business-related subjects from an early age has more benefits for children than you think. It is not necessary to become a businessman in the future, but the lessons related to business, debating skills, knowledge of entrepreneurship and economics,… will be of great help to children in order to perfect the necessary virtues such as alertness, perseverance, logical thinking, critical thinking, and the ability to analyze and evaluate problems in life.
Sign up for a trial