NLP Master Practitioner Training course description
- Chris Harrison
- 6th June 2006
What is a Master Practitioner Course?
The master practitioner training is usually the course that follows directly on from the Practitioner course, but it is not simply an extension of an NLP practitioner training.
Usually the course is longer than a practitioner seminar and covers NLP in a lot more detail.
The course tends to cover subjects such as how the NLP techniques taught during an NLP practitioner training were developed, Deep Trance Identification (DTI), and many more trance techniques.
What should you expect from an NLP Master Practitioner Training?
Firstly, you would expect to learn elements of NLP on a Master Practitioner course that were not taught on the Practitioner course.
See the Society's Certification Requirements for a Master Practitioner for details.
One of the most important part of a master practitioner training is learning how to develop techniques on the fly rather than by rote (as is often taught on practitioner courses).
There are more details on this in my Master Practitioner course review.
Another important element is attitude.
A Master Practitioner is expected to be more flexible and always working on the client right from the first hello, rather than the more simplistic way that many practitioners seem to work.
Some practitioners simply try to fit the client into one particular category and look for the most appropriate technique and use that.
Who is the NLP Master Practitioner Course for?
Some companies do not require their master practitioner course members to take an NLP practitioner course first.
Personally I recommend that the NLP practitioner course is taken first, along with some practice and further reading.
That way you can gain the most from the master practitioner training and will be building on a firm foundation.
Click here for a review of my NLP Master Practitioner training.