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Free Course NLP & Life Coach

NLP & Life Coach Level 2 – Free Course
50 Hours Coaching CPD


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Course Introduction

For those thinking about learning NLP and Coaching, this online course will be presented by Mark Shields, Master Trainer in NLP and he will give you an insight and knowledge into the transformational world that is NLP and Coaching.

This course is truly unique and offers our delegates a step by step approach into an introduction to Neuro Linguistic Programming and Coaching.

Unlike many other courses offered today you will not have to experience hard sales techniques, travel across the country, or give up your weekends when you simply don’t have the time. Our new online Introduction to NLP & Coaching course is completed from the comfort of your own home or office.

We have ensured we include everything you would expect to see on an online course of this nature.


The course contains 4 parts

Introduction – Introduction to NLP

Part 1 – The Beginning of your journey into NLP

Part 2 – Coaching yourself to get the life you want.

Part 3 – Coaching others with NLP

Part 4 – Going forward to reach your full potential.

The Course includes:

  • All the facts about NLP and why it is considered the world’s most powerful coaching strategy
  • The History of NLP
  • Presuppositions of NLP
  • The Meta Model
  • The Concept of Modelling
  • The Cognitive Thinking Cycle
  • The Fast Phobia Cure technique and watch a clients results
  • What to look out for when choosing an NLP and Coaching course
    all about industry accreditation.
  • How to reach your full potential with NLP making you aware of the various courses and levels of course available so you will have a clear vision of where you want to go on completion of the course.
  • 50 Hours CPD
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