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Double Accredited NLP Trainer's Training plus Hypnosis Trainer's Training

Date: 13th - 27th Jul 2019
Location: Crowborough, East Sussex


If you are interested in this event please contact the member directly using the details provided below:

Name: Melody Cheal
Email: melody@gwiznlp.com
Phone: 01892 309205


Why take NLP Trainer’s Training?


The top three reasons for people attending NLP Trainer’s Training are:


1. To be able to teach and certify NLP Practitioner and Master Practitioner.


2. To improve presentation and public speaking skills.


3. To learn a new application of NLP.


Why take NLP Trainer’s Training with PSiNLP?


In addition to those above people who choose PSiNLP Trainer’s Training do so for many reasons including:


1. To be able to apply Miltonian Principles more elegantly both in

    training and conversationally.


2. To train with three NLP Master Trainers, Julie Silverthorn,

    Melody Cheal and Joe Cheal who also have six degrees in

    Psychology between them.


3. To experience full support both before, during and after

     training. Many of our students receive ongoing mentoring and

     support in developing their businesses.


The most surprising thing for many people about our NLP Trainer’s Training is the amount of personal Transformation experienced. You will have experienced Transformation at Practitioner and Master Practitioner level. You may be surprised to discover that Transformation at NLP Trainer level is often even more profound.


For more details go to our dedicated NLP Trainer’s Training site. There is a lot of general information and if you go to the events section detailed information about 2019.

Click here for our NLP Trainer's Training website

For entry level to NLP Master Practitioner go to our GWiz NLP site


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