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NLP Training in Gauteng and Cape Town

We have the calendar open and ready for your upcoming live trainings in NLP. The live training is the most sought after, as it embodies the experience of NLP and takes it away from being just a theory, or something in a manual that you can’t access in real terms.

The most asked question we are asked is “is this course accredited?” That is the right question for SA as there are so many scams – or training providers who give less than excellent service.

We haveaccreditation via ANLP (association of NLP UK) and AIP (Association of Integrative Psychologists USA), making your certification valid worldwide.We also have accreditation from HPCSA and Comensa, The Coaching Society and we have a BE status.

Details for your NLP Training in Cape Town November 2021 and Johannesburg 2022



November in Cape Town. 6th November – 12th November 2021 at The Andros Hotel, Claremont.

We have use of the gardens outside the training room


February in Johannesburg. 19th February – 26th February 2022 at Melville Road,Hyde Park 




Amazing training venue in the Hyde Park area
A nice release into the pool after an intense mind gym workout!

Dates, availability and prices are here: https://www.nlpworldsa.co.za/nlp-schedules-dates-prices/

The cost is R15,900 (for the first eight people, then it’s R19,500, then R19500 up to R24,500). This includes certification as an NLP Practitioner. This also includes accreditation via ANLP (association of NLP UK) and AIP (Association of Integrative Psychologists USA), making your certification valid worldwide. AIP will charge you a fee for joining. You get three months free membership with ANLP.

As a training organisation, we keep in touch with our delegates to make sure they get that they want – before, during and after the course ends. For me this is a no-brainer. When your results start to kick in, you mention us! So we don’t disappear as most other NLP training companies do when you have completed your seven days here.

Lunch is on us and it’s usually a really good meal with super chefs here. Teas and cakes are normally quite an eye opener as well. The deposit is R5000 and is taken as an EFT payment or we offer credit card facilities at no extra charge.

See courses, dates and prices here

“I had one of the best days of my married life with wife the day after your course finished on Saturday, the best and proudest day ever chatting to my son on Sunday – and then mended 20 years of disconnect with my folks on Monday. I’m booking on your Masters, unless I go soft in the head first!” Darron Raw – Owner Swazi Trails adventure training

“Most of all a huge thank you for your inspiration and wisdom. You have opened my eyes and heart to a new world. A world of infinite possibilities. You are an excellent mentor and coach. I look forward to our next journey together. Love and gratitude”. Fatima (Fats) Hendriks – Personal Coach and Fashion Stylist, Johannesburg

“Wow! What an absolutely fantastic and life changing experience. Your NLP training far exceeded my expectations. The course deepened my understanding of coaching and how to work with clients in a most profound way. Not only did I learn practical tools for my business coaching practice, but I have also learned how to transform my own life.” Alida Niehaus Business Coach, Cape Town

“I can observe many communication pattern with my colleagues and friends, which helps me to have a better understanding. Furthermore, I try to use different methods to improve certain behavior or thinking (e.g. building rapport, presuppositions of NLP, reframing). I am looking forward to use some Hypnotic Language Patterns from the Milton Model in a presentation or discussion.” Lena Raaf – Controller Global Sales, La Prairie Group AG. Switzerland

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