NLP Full 21 day Practitioner Programme - Summer 2012
Saturday, May 12, 2012 at 10:00 AM - Friday, July 20, 2012 at 6:00 PM (BST)
NLP Practitioner Training (21 Days)
with Judith Lowe and guest Joseph O'Connor
Join us at PPD Learning and become a successful and accomplished NLP Practitioner.
- Learn the key skills, behaviours and 'know how' of successful people
- Create and fulfil your own meaningful personal and professional goals
- Explore and enhance your emotional intelligence
- Communicate more powerfully and sensitively
- Enjoy relating to others more. Deal with 'difficult' people effectively
- Acquire elegant and sophisticated ways of problem solving
- Take your coaching and leadership skills to new levels of excellence and influence
Our lively 21-day practitioner programme is designed to create a depth of understanding and skill across a wide range of NLP models and processes.
On this PPD Learning NLP programme you will learn experientially in an accelerated learning structure. This will not only allow you to use the NLP tool with real skill and personal integrity, but will enable you to make real and lasting changes.
Full Summer Dates:
12-18 May 2012 ( NLP Foundation Skills)
7-10 June (States of Excellence)
22-24 June guest module with Joseph O'Connor ( Coaching with NLP)
14-20 July (The Magic of Language and the Power of Practitioner Skills)
The ticket price includes VAT and Certificate.
Judith Lowe has twenty five years of experience of working with NLP - in business, the public sector and in teaching on NLP Training Programmes.
She is the Owner/Managing Director of PPD Learning Ltd, one of the world's top NLP Institutes, and the core trainer and developer on their internationally renowned Practitioner and Master Practitioner programmes.
Modelled by others as a gifted and inspirational trainer, she is deeply commited to providing the very best in NLP and to providing leadership in the field in quality standards and integrity.
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Judith Lowe & PPD Learning Ltd
Judith Lowe is one of the UK's most experienced and popular NLP trainers and is the Managin Director of PPD Learning, one of the world's leading Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) Training Institutes.
Judith Lowe has been working with NLP for over twenty years - in business and the public sector. She is the Managing Director of PPD Learning Ltd and is the core trainer on their programmes.
One of only two UK NLP trainers to be personally certified by Dr John Grinder in the 1990s, Judith is a passionate advocate of the full 21 day programmes. She is a Board member of ANLP (the Association of NLP) and a founder member of The Professional Guild of NLP.
Modelled by others as gifted trainer, she is deeply committed to providing the very best in NLP and to participating in creating leadership in the field, globally, for quality and standards - and to having NLP make a contribution at the highest levels of human thinking and action.
Her research and knowledge in both personal, psychological issues and wider, social & international ones are reflected in her teaching. Her experience of working with NLP in a broad and diverse range of contexts gives richness, depth and creativity to her approach.
PPD Learning has twenty five years of expertise in Neuro Linguistic Programming training, with an international reputation for high standards, innovation and integrity.
Our NLP training programmes are lively, practical and transformational - and include individual coaching and support - the very best of NLP to help you develop your career, your personal skills, meet challenges and find fulfillment.
At PPD Learning we have dedicated ourselves to innovation, creativity, mastery, artistry, community and modelling - and skills 'in the muscle'.
Our reputation for quality and integrity is known throughout the NLP world, and our organisational culture promotes inclusion, respect, fun and friendship.
Our NLP mentors and inspiration from the States have primarily been Dr. John Grinder, Robert Dilts, Judy DeLozier, Charles Faulkner, Dr. Christina Hall, David Gordon and Stephen Gilligan and our team from UK has included the late David Gaster, Julian Russell and Joseph O'Connor