The Accuracy People and the history of accuracy skills training

The British version of Developing an Eye for Accuracy was developed in 2003 and the programme has been refined and improved continuously ever since.

Tens of thousands of people around the world have learned to use the accuracy techniques, which are introduced and practised in the Developing an Eye for Accuracy programme.

Co-founder of Scott Bradbury Hugh Murray, is Europe’s leading authority on developing people’s accuracy skills. Back in the 1970s Hugh worked with American businesswoman Evelyn Mareth, who was involved in the original work to identify what makes some people more accurate than others. It was from this research that the first training programme called Number Skills, later published by McGraw-Hill, was first developed in the United States of America, where it is now known as Accurate Data Transfer and is available from Evoke Development.

The Accuracy People now owns and publishes the modern-day programme which throughout Europe, India and Australasia is called Developing an Eye for Accuracy.

At the projector screen

Evelyn Mareth teaching Number Skills in the 1970s

Delegates on the course