Touch typing can be a great value for anyone who wants to differentiate themselves from the mass. In this competitive world, any added skill can put one on the edge. It is a skill used in the everyday life, whether in professional or personal setting. Building long term muscle memory for touch typing has proven to help gain valuable time and increase efficiency at work, or while performing personal tasks with computers.

Adults with no touch typing skills and whose work performance is centred around the use of laptops at their workplaces may face reduce effectiveness, discomfort, mental and physical fatigue. The over solicitation of the brain cells to locate each key on the keyboard can exhaust their brain and eyes. Moreover, constantly switching focus from screen to keyboard as well as slow typing due to the use of two, three fingers instead of all can hinder one’s work performance.

The age group would be year 3 to year 11, as kids tend to gain the finger span and motor coordination to touch type around 7 and 8 years old.

The age group would be year 3 to year 11, as kids tend to gain the finger span and motor coordination to touch type around 7 and 8 years old.

Learning together is more fun and interesting. This is why Touch With Touch club courses aim to facilitate the learning of groups that allow you to face your friends, comrades, colleagues … or in fact anyone! You can see who has completed the most lessons, who had won the most awards, or unlocked the next game and who is the fastest with a keyboard in their hands.
Typing can help unite the team in a fun and interesting way, and keep everyone moving forward.

Learning to touch type brings multiple benefits to Special Needs individuals including Dyspraxia, Autistic Spectrum Disorder, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder and Asperger.

The program can enhance their reading, spelling comprehension and vocabulary skills. Special needs children have the possibility to use laptop in school settings to support their learning, and therefore, touch typing is a valuable skill to gain to ease their respective school journeys.