How To Choose An NLP Training Provider?
What to Look For and Avoid A Costly and Timely Experience
And Reasons You Might Not Choose Me!
Choosing the right Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) trainer can be a daunting task. With a plethora of options available, it’s essential to make an informed decision to ensure you get the most out of your training. As an experienced NLP trainer and business coach, I, Mike Sweet, am here to guide you through this process.
Identify Your Goals
The first step in choosing the right NLP trainer is to identify your goals. Are you looking to become a certified NLP practitioner, or are you simply interested in learning more about the field for personal development? Your answer to this question will significantly influence the type of course and trainer you should choose.
Look for In-Depth Training
If you’re interested in becoming a practitioner, you’ll need to find a course that offers in-depth training. While there are many short courses available, they often lack the depth required to fully understand and apply NLP techniques. Ideally, you should look for a course that spans over a few months and includes a clinical component, allowing you to work with real clients under supervision.
Check the Trainer’s Credentials
Ensure that your potential NLP trainer holds the required certifications to deliver an NLP training course. While NLP is an unregulated profession, certification structures within the field are generally accepted. It’s crucial to verify that your trainer is accredited with, or at least a member of, a reputable organisation such as ANLP, BIH, or INLPTA.
Consider the Training Format
While online courses have become more prevalent, face-to-face training is still the gold standard, especially if you plan to use your NLP training professionally. This doesn’t mean that online courses are ineffective, but they should include live interactive components and sufficient support from the training team.
Do Your Due Diligence
Before committing to a course, do your homework. Prepare a list of questions to ask your prospective trainer, and don’t be afraid to ask for references or testimonials from previous students. Remember, choosing the right NLP trainer is an investment in your future, so it’s worth taking the time to make an informed decision.
Why Choose Mike Sweet?
As a seasoned NLP trainer and business coach, I bring a wealth of experience to my training courses. I’m committed to providing in-depth, interactive training that equips you with the skills you need to succeed, whether you’re looking to become a certified NLP practitioner or simply want to enhance your personal development.
I understand the complexities of human experience and life, and I’m passionate about helping individuals and businesses gain valuable insights and perspective. I believe in measurable progress, setting detailed goals, and achieving tangible results. But most importantly, I believe in you and your potential to grow and succeed.
Choosing the right NLP trainer is a crucial step on your journey to personal and professional growth. I invite you to explore the options available, ask questions, and make the decision that’s right for you. Remember, the journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step. Let’s take that step together.
- Self-Control – Who’s driving the bus
- Beliefs of NLP – Rapid breakthroughs by changing old unhelpful belief patterns
- State control – Don’t let others ruin your day
- Access desired state rapidly
- Remove unhelpful associations picked up during your life
- Manage yours and other peoples state
- Basics of the Meta model
- Basics of the Milton model
- Challenging people artfully
- Hypnotic language used in the real world.
- Discover how we code our experience
- Learn how differently will all experience the world
- Understand what others are thinking just by watching them
- Make powerful connections with people while talking.
- Gain insight, from other people’s point of view
- Understand the process behind another person’s perception
- Be skilled at conflict resolution
- Think more rationally and logically
- Discovering values
- Discovering motivation direction
- Removing values clashes
- Value elicitation and hirachy
- How to set and structure goals
- Uncover motivations to keep on achieving goals
- Teach others how to set compelling goals
- Live on-purpose
- Uncover helpful strategies from other people
- Breakdown, unwanted strategies that are holding you back
- Be flexible and use other people strategies for mutual benefit
- Changing unwanted habits, behaviours and feelings
- Removing phobias
- Changing feelings of old unwanted events
Frequently Asked Questions
Is this course is right for me?
This course is 5 days of the NLP practitioner course. This is not a fully accredited course as it does not fulfil the criteria in terms of course hours for ANLP
If you are not necessarily looking for accreditation but you do want the skills and methodologies then this 5 day course could be great for you.
How will learning NLP help me?
- Understanding yourself and how you think.
- Understanding how others think.
- Enhanced communication. No more getting cross wires or feel like you’re talking a different language.
- Learn strategies for change. This could be for increasing motivation, dedication. Getting rid of old unwanted habits and behaviours.
- Dealing with difficult people.
- Improved delegation and management skills.
- An enriched life by reprocessing events and memories.
- Tools and resourses for you to use in many ways
There are so many NLP trainers. Why should I train with Mike?
The relationship between the trainer and trainee is paramount. Even though all training courses run over a few days, it’s beneficial when a person comes on a course and they get the idea of how that course will be delivered. For me, choose a trainer who you have a connection with from the content they put online. This is one of the reasons we have a phone call before committing to the training and why I have an ever-growing online NLP training resource.
Experience: I have been a hands on therapist, coach and trainer for over 10 years. This means I have worked with and see about every possible scenario when it comes to creating change.
Business: I have real passion and experience for business. I have started a company and sold that on in only 3 years. I have also coached hundreds of companies (The people really) so this is an area of expertise.