Why Learn NLP?

Sometimes people genuinely just want to learn more about NLP.

 

But a lot of the time, people come to a training because they just want a solution to their problems. It’s not the training they want, but the knowledge of how they can improve things in their lives.

 

If you’re interested in what you can learn, watch the below video and hear from some recent trainees about an NLP practitioner training…

 

 

If you have any questions about workshops, feel free to email me.

Learning how to communicate better helps you…

  • Build really good rapport with anyone, even over the phone.
  • Understand what people might mean, even if they haven’t said it.
  • Know how to change your approach with different people.
  • Ask the right questions, for coaching or for understanding.
  • Explain yourself better because you know the right words to use, and not use.

NLP Practitioner Course

Why Come to Our NLP Practitioner Course?

Learning how to change your thinking and communication can help you both at home, whether that’s with a partner, children or other family members because you can explain what you want and need from them, or at work in meetings, projects, and presentations.

 

A hands-on training can help you with new ways of thinking and working in the safety of a workshop before you go back to your daily life, so you feel much more confident with your new knowledge before you leave the training.

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What We’ll Cover On Your NLP Practitioner Course

On your NLP practitioner course, you’ll learn the fundamentals of Neuro Linguistic Programming.

What you will learn

  • Building unconscious rapport
  • Sensory acuity
  • Goal setting and techniques for success
  • Eye patterns
  • Submodality techniques (including belief changes and swish patterns)
  • Anchoring techniques (including resource anchoring, collapse anchoring, and chaining anchors)
  • Presentation skills
  • Metaphors and their design
  • Parts integration
  • An introduction to hypnosis
  • The fast phobia model
  • Linguistic presuppositions
  • Meta Model
  • Milton Model
  • Hierarchy of Ideas
  • Strategies

What have other people said after attending these workshops and trainings?