Another course ended last night here in Bahrain for NLP Master Practitioner and Coaching.
Now I am waiting to deliver the second half of Super Learning for Kids, 42 of them.
The NLP Master Practitioner and Coaching course was an interesting and a challenging course to run, with so many characters, levels of knowledge, both professional and that of previous knowledge of NLP.
It is interesting for me to encounter the results of other organisations understanding of what is NLP, and how they train participants.
Having worked with Richard Bandler for many years, and being a licensed trainer of the Society of NLP, the standard NLP Practitioner course would be 7 days. But then I come across people who had been trained to the “same level” in 4 days by other organisations. I have to ask, what has been missed out, what has not been taught, have the participants actually had experience of and practiced the techniques and ideas covered by the NLP Practitioner syllabus?
I am grateful for being able to work with the likes of Richard Bandler, John Gindler, Ormond McGill, Paul McKenna, Paul Scheele, Buzan etc, directly, so that I can give my participants firsthand what they need to know, and to reach the standards demanded by the originators.
Back to the UK next, straight after the end of todays Super Learning for Kids course. I hope I can sleep on the flight home.