What Our Trainers Say?

Listening to what parents say is our way of keep doing better for the children.

Mohd Zahid Baharom

I’m Mohd Zahid Baharom, one of the Certified International STEM Trainers under Be STEM Ready. I’ve been well-trained and equipped with STEM-ready skills, and I’ve broadened my horizons in developing a STEM mindset and character in perceiving today’s world.

Making a moving robot has been a childhood dream and passion of mine. Because my educational background was primarily in science, I had no prior experience with the making of a moving robot. This course has definitely taught me a variety of maker skill sets, including proper soldering techniques, electrics, and electronics. The most exciting aspect of this course is that we get to decorate our robot with recycled materials (such as plastic bottles, glass, metal cans, and paper). This has broadened my knowledge and perspectives, as well as demonstrated that anything is possible.

I’d like to express my gratitude to all master trainers for their dedication and hard work in educating and advocating for STEM/STEAM education in Malaysia. I encourage our generation to take this certificate and be well-equipped with 21st-century making skills in parallel with the Fourth Industrial Revolution (IR 4.0).

Ahmad Danish bin Azman

I’m Ahmad Danish as Certified International STEM Trainer at Be STEM Ready. From my experience, I have been able to get very valuable knowledge. One of the most important qualities of being a STEM trainer is having a strong passion for the subjects you are teaching. This passion will help you inspire and motivate your students to learn and appreciate STEM subjects.

Besides, being able to explain complex concepts in a clear and concise manner is essential for a STEM trainer. You should be able to communicate with your students effectively and adjust your teaching methods to suit their learning styles. As a STEM trainer, it’s important to stay up-to-date with the latest advancements in the field. This will help you provide your students with the most accurate and relevant information. STEM training should not be limited to textbooks and lectures. It’s important to be creative and flexible in your teaching methods to keep your students engaged and interested in the subjects you are teaching.

Overall, being a STEM trainer can be a rewarding and challenging career path. It requires a lot of dedication, hard work, and a genuine passion for STEM subjects.

Hi, i am Chee. I prefer to send my kids to The Little MakersTM because the teachers are caring, providing a fun environment to the kids to develop their creative thinking and skills. The kids enjoy learning science knowledge through games, experiments and fun hands-on activities.  Every week i look forward to send my kids to the centre because I see the improvement not only on what they learn but most importantly character changed in a positive way.

“Education cannot wait!”
“Ignited from the past, create the present, path the future”

I’m Yee, my son has been joining ‘STEAM Education – The Little MakersTM since 2016.

Without hesitation, I highly recommend this centre to all of you, this place is awesome and my son fell in love with the programmes. Not only the teachers are very knowledgeable and patient, the teachers are inspiring and guiding the children well, especially Teacher Camila and Teacher Wan Ling.

‘STEAM Education – The Little Makers’ has helped support and guide my son from lack of interest in learning to a boy that is so curious and playful in STEAM, my son is looking forward to join the weekly class with happiness and excitement, he won’t want to miss any class as every topic is very interesting and inviting.

I am hereby very thankful to the teachers in ‘STEAM Education – The Little MakersTM’, I hope the centre will continue to stay great and successful in the future. 😁