Psychological Intelligence Foundation CIC

Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP)

NLP Practitioner Programmes

We offer you an opportunity to get your NLP Practitioner certification (signed by Richard Bandler):

  • in a small group with plenty of direct trainer contact – no assistants
  • peaceful private surroundings - no hotels or conference centres with other people around
  • at a realistic cost - that includes unlimited teas, coffees, biscuits
  • with an NLP trainer with a wide range of experience in organisational, educational, coaching and psychotherapy contexts
  • and culminating in an NLP Practitioner certificate signed by Richard Bandler himself

Our programmes are led by Julie Hay, Licensed NLP Trainer, Society of NLP, who is also an internationally accredited Teaching & Supervising Transactional Analyst in the Counselling, Organisational, Psychotherapy & Educational fields of application, a Chartered Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Personnel & Development, and a Chartered Manager of the Chartered Management Institute.

We keep the costs as low as possible and charge only £999 for our 9-day Practitioner programme. This fee includes the Practitioner assessment process, provision of a comprehensive workbook, refreshments and the opportunity to bring your own lunch and use the facilities of our training centre kitchen instead of needing to find a restaurant.

Our programme consists of 9 modules:

Running your own Brain     -     Calibrations     -     Shades of Meaning

Creating the Future     -     Precision Communication     -     Change Making

Hypnotism at Work     -     Metaphor Magic     -     Levels of Learning

We arrange programmes when we have enough participants on our waiting list, at which point we agree on the preferred option, which may be a 9 day course from Saturday to the following Sunday, or 3 x 3 days during the week or across weekends, or a series of 1 day workshops.

Julie is internationally accredited as a trainer of TA and NLP.  She runs occasional workshops that explore how these two approaches can most effectively be combined. Again, we operate a waiting list until we have enough interest.