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Problems that the Grad Cert NLP training addresses

What is one of the biggest problems that high quality training addresses?

The accelerated development of technology in the digital world and other fields such as biotechnology are beginning to impact on business and people’s lives and will lead to even greater stresses in the near future. People need to be able to manage and create change in their own and others behaviours, states and thinking effectively and efficiently.


A significant problem that high quality training addresses

The need for sophisticated communication skills. People provide high quality information about how they think and perceive.  This important information is carried in their non-verbal and linguistic communication. High quality training in NLP provides the means to read others and then direct their attention. Essential skills for anyone who managers others.

Do people have choice about their states?

Many people do not have choice about their emotional state. People can learn or refine their ability to track, change, interrupt and even remove a state. Through quality NLP training people learn to develop new states to support high performance in any important context. What are the underlying patterns of emotional intelligence? In addition to providing that important information we train people in applying those principles. So that people can have real emotional choice in their lives.

Information about our 10970NAT Graduate Certificate in Neuro-Linguistic Programming

Chris Collingwood

Christopher Collingwood, BA (Psych)., MAppSci Social Ecology, a director of Inspiritive Pty Ltd., has over 21 years experience in coaching, consulting and leading seminars in Australia, New Zealand and the United States. He holds the Graduate Certificate in NLP, is an NLP Trainer Assessor, and has undertaken extensive training with the major developers of NLP, including Dr. John Grinder, co-originator of Neuro-Linguistic Programming.