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Professional development courses in Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP)

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Professional development courses in Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) 2009

NLP uses the most advanced models and strategies to develop personal effectiveness, communication and influencing skills to give your organisation that competitive edge.

NLP is a unique approach to understanding how we learn and communicate with others. NLP deals with how you relate to people, make decisions, deal with conflict and influence others. It can help you to create rapport with students and become more skilful in designing, planning and delivering effective teaching and learning in any vocational area, with any students.

Introduction to NLP for Teaching Professionals
The aims of the course are to give delegates the opportunity to investigate the core principles and theories surrounding NLP and how this can be applied to their own teaching and learning.

Next being run on 19th June, Jarrow.

See the flyer for more information about courses and consultancy support available.

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