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NLP courses- recommendations please

Discussion in 'Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP)' started by lucasia, May 15, 2010.

  1. lucasia

    lucasia New Member

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    Hi, Im looking for a good NLP course to go on - I live in Northamptonshire. I ve done a search online but there are so many, I thought I'd ask people that have already done one.

    Thank you in advance.
     
  2. Masha B

    Masha B New Member

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    Hi Lucasia,

    If you are willing to travel, The Northern School of NLP in Lancashire is fantastic, www.nlpand.co.uk

    In London area, PPD Learning, ITS and Beeleaf are all very good.
    Otherwise, for a reputable training provider, you can search the members of Professional Guild of NLP http://professionalguildofnlp.com for a school closer to your area. There are many rather dodgy NLP trainers out there, but the Guild members are generally well-respected and have to subscribe to certain requirements and ethical guidelines which will make a good learning experience for you more likely.

    Masha
     
  3. David100351

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    Hi Lucasia,

    Its a lot of money! I suggest you go on some open days and see if you like the trainers. Normally they are very cheap.
     
  4. Masha B

    Masha B New Member

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    David is right, it is a lot of money indeed, expect to pay 2,000-3,000 for a full 20 day practitioner course (there are shorter courses available but many are of questionable quality and content, and as with everything, you tend to get what you pay for).
    The Northern School www.nlpand.co.uk do free one-day introductions.

    Masha
     
  5. lucasia

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    Thank you for all the replies - I will look into this further.

    Lucasia
     

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