NLP Practioner Course

Cognisant provide the opportunity to gain a INLPTA certified qualification in NLP:

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Welcome to Cognisant Training and Development

Cognisant Training is an NLP and people development company.

NLP Courses Amersham & Surrounds

We run training courses for both individuals and businesses focusing on communication and interpersonal skills development.

 

Now booking NLP Practitioner course starting 2015

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All our NLP courses are accredited by INLPTA

We run open courses for NLP Diploma, Practitioner and Master Practitioners in the Chilterns at regular intervals, geared to balance your work and home life commitments, throughout the year.
NLP opens the door to becoming more successful in all aspects of your life. It helps you to become a better communicator and can offer life changing skills for use on a day to day basis wherever you are, whoever you are.
Find out more about some of our exciting training courses by clicking on the link above.

Our courses are run in Buckinghamshire, Hertfordshire, Bedfordshire, Berkshire surrounding areas.

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If you would like to be considered for the next courses then please register your interest via the contact page and we will e-mail you when the next dates are confirmed

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What people say about our courses

Ian demonstrated his vast knowledge on the areas covered by this course and presented them in a very professional manner. His relaxed unpressed approach made the learning process easy and fun. I would have no problem recommending Ian and Cognisant Training to anybody wishing to receive high quality training.
Brian, First Data Ltd

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