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NLP 7 Day Practitioner Course

Date: 12th - 18th Oct 2019
Location: Brighton

Contact:

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

Name: Terry Elston
Email: terryelston@nlpworld.co.uk
Phone: 0844 057 0392

Details:

The seven day option is the most popular, as it includes Time Based Techniques and Hypnosis training alongside your NLP certification.

It is an intensive course, where you will be asked to relinquish control of learning and developing to your deeper mind. That can be a huge leap for some people, so make sure you are ready for such a journey of self-development.

We run a four day program also, and that was developed for people who just didn't have the time to spare seven straight days. That's purely NLP.

Here's a link:

Our NLP Practitioner Certification training will enable you to use NLP techniques in business, coaching, therapy and in health to help create the results you want in life.

What's on the program?

We train the whole curriculum of NLP, Time Based Techniques and Hypnosis. If you want to know the lineage, it's from Richard Bandler, Tad James, David Shepherd plus my favourite trainer John Overdurf.

See the program on this page

Who are we accredited by?

Obviously ANLP (UK) - plus AIP (Association of Integrative Psychologists, USA), CPD, The International Coaches Register (ICR), Comensa and The Coaching Society.

Basically it was my intention to make your certification as valuable as possible, worldwide!

You have the chance to add life coaching to your certificates. Have a look at this link:

The full cost of the Seven Day NLP Practitioner Training starts at £870 for the first eight people, then £970, and progressively increases until it reaches £2070. Basic message is, if you are thinking about it, get in touch to answer your questions, then book!

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