Would you love to help children and young people overcome emotional challenges and create a brighter future for them whilst building a profitable business for yourself?
NLP4Kids are the leading provider of emotional literacy for young people with 20 licensed practitioners working in a number of markets including schools, families and charities earning up to £200 per hour for private coaching or £250 per day in schools. The NLP4Kids team are now recruiting new licensees to satisfy demand from the advancing popularity of their services.
NLP4Kids have trained over 100 people in NLP4Kids from the UK, Spain, Bahrain, Hong Kong and Romania and have a licensee team of 20 based in the UK. NLP4Kids licensee training is accredited and recognised as a valid qualification in NLP.
If you would like to gain business satisfaction whilst helping young people reengage with education and motivate them towards a brighter future, click APPLY!
As a Licensed NLP4Kids Practitioner you get: 7 day NLP Practitioner accredited live training or home study training
• 12 days live training in the application of NLP4Kids, NLP4Parents, NLP4Teachers and Hypnotherapy4Kids
• Ongoing unlimited refresher courses
• Potential for on the job practical training with existing licensees• NLP4Kids provide their licensed practitioners with DBS checks (formally CRB), liability insurance and regular CPD. There is no prior experience needed.
What parents are saying about NLP4Kids... “....(he has) learnt calming techniques...to help him feel in control of himself or the situation and this has helped his self confidence enormously.”
What NLP4Kids Licensees say about their training… “Amazing, super, brilliant!!! Nuff said!”
What parents say about NLP4Parents workshops… “I’m now understanding me a little, not just as a parent. I learnt how to motivate and support my child more effectively with my new knowledge of processes linked around communication.”
What teachers say about NLP4Teachers Training… “It was interesting to learn about how pupils perceive me and how I perceive them. I’ve had a chance to reflect on the views of others and got to know other staff better through the interactive games”