NLP and the Outdoors
A weekend workshop aimed at providing a basic understanding of the principles of Neuro-Linguistic Programming and their application into personal development through education in an outdoor setting.
Who would benefit?
Anyone involved in providing education in an outdoor setting.
Anyone who teaches, coaches or facilitates outdoor activities.
Anyone involved in the development of people through their experience of activities in an outdoor setting.
What is NLP?
Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) provides tools and techniques to explore our experience and to develop personal awareness.
What will the weekend be like?
The weekend workshop is designed to be an experiential opportunity to explore theory and practice and to develop personal skills. It will assist you to:
• develop your interpersonal skills when working with groups,
• enhance your capability to facilitate the review process amongst group members
• have tools and techniques available to you to facilitate a positive experience for individuals involved in an activity.
Margaret Walton MA, MILAM (Cert), MANLP is a Master Practitioner in Neuro-Linguistic Programming. She is a personal and corporate coach and an associate coach for the University of Central Lancashire, specialising in the area of interpersonal skills training. She also works nationally and internationally as an exercise instructor and is a member of the Schwinn National Indoor Cycling Demonstration Team for Great Britain.
Margaret is carrying out research to PhD to investigate the holistic, person-centred and subjective aspects of exercise participation.
If you have aspects of your work that you would also like addressing either at this workshop or on a future occasion, or if you would like further information about NLP programmes or the content of this workshop contact Margaret on email@example.com or 07929 755051.
The weekend workshop will be based at the Conway Centre on Anglesey where residential accommodation will be provided in single rooms. The centre is set in the Plas Newydd estate on the side of the Menai Straits. It is likely that some of the sessions will be practically based and may make use of the ropes courses or climbing wall on site. All meals will be provided from dinner on Friday the 6th February at 6.30pm to lunch on Sunday 8th Feb. The course will finish at 4.30pm on Sunday afternoon Paul Airey will be the centre member of staff assigned to the course.
The course fee is £120 per person including meals and accommodation.
Places are limited and will be allocated on a ‘first come first served’ basis.
Please print off and complete the application form (attached) and send together with a cheque for £120 payable to Cheshire County Council.
Canolfan Conway Centre
01248 714504 fax
Location: Canolfan Conway Centre, Anglesey, N.Wales
Organiser Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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