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NLP Trainer Certification only

This option allows people to attend the evaluation and NLP Trainer Certification only. You will gain three NLP Trainer Certifications and will be able to set up your own NLP Institute and issue certificates in your own right. You will receive an ANLP Trainer certification and be recognised by the ABNLP.     In order to …

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NLP Trainer’s Training only

This option allows you to attend the NLP Trainer’s Training element of the programme and excludes evaluation. Most people take evaluation the same year as the training aspect however we like to provide flexibility. You can attend the NLP Training only and then take evaluation at a later point. Or If you are primarily a …

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NLP Trainer’s Training with Certification 2018 (new modular format)

              Introducing our new modular format Module One: Introduction to NLP Trainer’s Training  28th to 29th July 2018 Module Two: Professional NLP Speaker 9th to 12th November 2018 Module Three: Advanced Professional NLP Speaker 15th to 18th March 2019 Module Four: NLP Trainer’s Training and Certification 13th to 18th …

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NLP Trainer’s Training Preparation Master Classes

Preparation for NLP Trainer’s Training, Master Classes worth over £500

Feb 08

How does a Master Trainer start the New Year? Reflections from Julie Silverthorn, International NLP Master Trainer

Have you set your goals for the New Year? You always have time to do so….  Deepak Chopra says, “At the level of the Higher Self  included in the Unconscious Mind in the NLP model) wishes  are born with a fulfillment in mind; problems are linked to solutions and intentions are already connected to results.”  What does …

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Dec 01

Why NLP Trainers need to know about growth mind sets?

I’ve been revisiting some articles written about growth versus fixed mind sets and considering the relevance to NLP. AS an NLP Trainer understanding these concepts can be really helpful in recognising where student’s and/or clients are in their individual processes. What are the definitions of each type of mind set? First, the fixed mind set …

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Sep 09

Can the mind be blind?

I wonder how many times you have heard clients or new students to NLP insist that they cannot visualise? Speaking to you as a trainer, I can imagine that you will often have calibrated the “non-visualiser” checking out their unconscious images.   In most cases the individual can learn to become aware of their internal …

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Apr 07

Why do people do NLP Trainer’s Training?

Let’s start with why I did the NLP Trainer’s Training course…   I had already been a corporate trainer for over ten years, so my reason was not: “How to be a trainer”! I did, however, want to be a better trainer and thought it would be good to get some quality feedback on what …

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Feb 12

The Meaning of Integrity

I hear a lot of people talking about integrity and about having integrity. What is the meaning of integrity? Since it is a nominalisation, do we all share the same definition? To answer these questions I suggest we start by looking at some dictionary definitions: The quality of being honest and having strong moral principles: …

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Jan 26

Transformation Occurs At the Edge of Our Map

Julie Silverthorn, International Master Trainer and co-author of best selling “Training Trances” What is the purpose of training from an NLP perspective? Note: The number of answers to this will correspond directly to the number of trainers teaching NLP—each will have his or her own answer for this! Taking this into account, I’d like to …

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