NLP Training

What will I learn?    What benefits will I gain?

How will this help me Personally and Professionally?

Course Content


NLP Training Neuro Linguistic Programming or NLP is a practical skills based technology that puts you in control of how you think, feel and behave. It also helps you understand how you structure your everyday experiences both conscious and unconscious. If this sounds important and exciting. It is!

NLP training also teaches you the skill of modelling excellence. You learn how to identify what makes someone excellent at something and how to reproduce that in yourself. If this sounds important and exciting. It is!

NLP training also teaches you how to achieve your objectives and outcomes and how to get much more out of life. If this sounds important and exciting. It is!

NLP training also teaches you how to help others make important changes in their lives. If this sounds important and exciting. It is!

Becoming a fully qualified NLP Practitioner is important and it is exciting.

The Basis of NLP


Understand how beliefs underpin all that you do and how to change those beliefs where necessary so you get more out of life. Take control of your thoughts, feelings and behaviours and start to banish negativity permanently.

NLP training provides a clear model of communication that really makes a difference in business, personal development and therapy. NLP helps you influence others in a positive and empowering way. You learn how people communicate, evolve and change.

NLP Training offers you a unique and exciting way to empower you thoughts and behaviour and help others to make changes too.

Goal Achievement


The difference between goals that are actually achieved and goals that are set but not achieved has been a constant area of discussion and research. During your NLP training you will learn to set goals that are so compelling and exciting that you will always achieve them. Setting a Well Formed Outcome or WFO actually makes a world of difference. During your training you will learn how to do this consistently .

Rapport- How to create instant rapport


Rapport is one of the most important features of unconscious human interaction. It could be thought of as a state of mutual trust and recognition. A state of responsiveness between individuals and groups. Rapport is often described as being in synch, or on the same wave length. During interpersonal communications the establishment of rapport can mean the difference between a successful and productive communication and an unsuccessful interaction.

NLP training shows you how to create instant rapport with individuals and groups. Creating rapport easily and confidently pays enormous dividends in every aspect of your life. People like people who are like themselves. You will learn how to increase your sensory acuity and change your body language at will. How to use body posture so that people unconsciously associate you with positivity and confidence.

You will learn how to use your voice with with flexibility and how to introduce changes that build interest and rapport. This is extremely important when making presentations, talking to colleagues and making contact via the telephone.

Representational Systems


In NLP training we often refer to this as VAKOG. Our representational systems refers to our five senses. Visual, Auditory, Kinesthetic, Olfactory, Gustatory or See, Hear, Touch, Smell, Taste. Becoming aware of how our five senses are represented internally in our nervous system.

NLP training is well known for the emphasis we place on how a person demonstrates their use of their five senses – their representational systems. This is because everything we experience is ‘represented’ internally in our nervous system. Without our being consciously aware of it our senses are constantly receiving and processing information about the world about us and within us.

Because the mind and body are part of one complex interactive system, anything that happens in one part of the system affects all parts of the system in some way. We cannot have a thought without having a physical or emotional response to that thought.  If we remember a feeling, or we talk to ourselves about something or imagine a forthcoming event we clearly use our senses or representational systems and this will be apparent to a well trained NLP person in our use of particular words or phrases or how we use our eyes, voice tonality and even how we breath or move.

Therefore in NLP training we recognise that people are continuously communicating information about what they are doing internally, this is their inner processing. Subsequently this information is available for those who have the ability to identify it. To those who have taken the time to develop their own sensory acuity and their ability to calibrate to, or recognise the personal significance of this external behaviour.

Anchoring a Resourceful State


Anchoring refers to the process of associating an internal response with some mental trigger so that the response can be quickly reaccessed. This is how we can quickly control our emotional state rather than being controlled by it. Anchoring is a technique that is now widely used in sports performance to help athletes get into the ‘zone’ more quickly and more effectively. You will also learn how to free yourself of negative anchors that hold you back. We all remember how we felt when we saw someone we would rather never see again. You will learn how to access your own personal strengths, past successes, and  resources making it far easier to achieve your goals.


Language Patterns


The words we use and how we use them provides a wonderful insight into how a person thinks and relates to the world. Many of the words we use are chosen automatically and unconsciously. During your NLP Training Course you will learn how to recognise certain language patterns and also how to identify differing personality traits.


You will also learn how to adapt the words you use and develop greater rapport and influence as you talk naturally and gain instant acceptance with your peers and business contacts. You will learn how to challenge and overcome objections with elegance and ease. If you become an NLP therapist you will be using language to guide others into making important changes. You will find a new way of communicating that is of real benefit to yourself and those around you .

Resource Anchoring


Imagine the impact on your life if you could switch on your high performance states at will. Top performers in politics and sports, the arts and business must be resourceful immediately. The actor must be able to commit himself to the role when the curtain goes up, not an hour before, or half way through the performance. the athlete and the sales person must be confident immediately.

Emotional states have a powerful influence on thinking and behaviour. After accessing these states how can we use them to become more resourceful immediately. We need some way of making them consistently available and to stabilise them in the here and now.  During your NLP Training Course you will be introduced to the wonderful technique of Anchoring. This will enable you to access these wonderful states at will and improve your performance in all aspects of your life.


 Strategies and Strategy Elicitation


NLP uses the idea of strategy in a particular way. It does not have its usual meaning of a long term thought out plan. In NLP a strategy refers to how we do  what we do to achieve our outcome. Strategies combine representational systems and outcomes. We constantly use our representational systems to think and plan our actions. Strategies are those sequences of thought that we use to achieve our outcomes.

Learning how to identify our own personal strategies is an extremely useful skill. But learning how to identify the strategies others use to achieve something is tremendously helpful and can have a massive impact on you own effectiveness. During your NLP Training you will learn how to identify these strategies and how to use that learning.


Parts Integration


Resolving conflict involves finding areas of agreement behind the open disagreement. The same principal applies whether the conflict is between two people or between parts of yourself. We negotiate with other people to get what we want but we also negotiate with ourselves.  We often experience parts of ourselves as wanting different and often incompatible things. You will learn how to negotiate with these ‘parts’ and bring a peace and understanding to many of your own internal conflicts. You will feel more confident and at peace with yourself. Once you feel more relaxed about yourself your confidence will receive a superb boost.