NLP for Teachers

NLP for Teachers

NLP has been widely used in various sectors of business and personal development.
I often get asked about how we can use NLP for teachers and so this one day “Introduction to NLP for teachers” is a way for teachers to incorporate NLP in education.

This course was developed to provide teachers with a range of relevant NLP skills to work with the people in their charge, regardless of the student’s age. These techniques can have a powerful effect on both the teachers and the people in their working environment. The teacher will be able to use these skills both in their working and personal lives and will see the benefits in both these environments.

As NLP is a highly effective set of techniques to assist people to achieve their best and their goals it is clear to see how the teachers, school and students benefit.

The training is delivered as a one day introduction to NLP for teachers course, focusing around some specific techniques employed when working in the education sector.
You will receive an “Introduction to NLP for teachers” training manual to illustrate the techniques during the course and to revisit and refresh yourself whilst you get comfortable with your newly acquired skills.

What will you learn during the one day NLP for teachers course?

The training is very hands on and you will practice the techniques with fellow teachers to ensure you understand how the techniques work and cement your understanding through practice.

• Representational Systems.
How individual people represent their worlds through language and how to use that language to communicate effectively.

• Eye Accessing Cues.
What are people doing with their eyes and what it tells us? How to use that information to make us more effective communicators.

• Anchoring.
State control of self and others.
Utilizing anchors in teaching.
Helping students to be in positive resourceful states when presenting in front of others.
Assist teachers to be in control of their own states and help the pupils to be in positive learning states.

• Rapport.
Sensory Acuity. Noticing subtle shift changes in others, noticing understanding or the lack of understanding and much more.
How to build and maintain rapport even when saying NO.

• Peripheral vision.
Learning is state dependent. Helps open the unconscious mind for learning and can also be used to control un-resourceful states.

• Well-Formed Outcomes.
How to set SMART, achievable goals. Both for the teacher and the class.

• Introduction to Meta-Model patterns.
Understand the real meaning of what others are saying. Not what is assumed.

• NLP Presuppositions.
How to use language to hear what others are saying and how to suggest success and understand so that it is easy for the student to accept and actualize.

• Introduction to Milton Model
How to use language patterns to achieve your planned outcome. You will also learn the ability to “Chunk up and Chunk down.” Easily shifting from big picture to more detail and vice versa.

• Perceptual Positions.
Understand other people’s point of view and their ‘positions’ in relationship to others. Helps to avoid getting stuck in any one position.

• Metaphors.
How to create and use stories.

• Re-Framing.
How to re-frame what somebody says to put a positive spin on it and encourage moving forward.


On completion of the training the attendee will receive a certificate of “One day introduction to NLP for teachers” awarded by Coaching with NLP.

As our training can be arranged around your requirements, simply contact us to book a time and venue best suited to you. We have also created a free introduction to coaching course that you can access here.

Simply contact us to explore how we can best assist you.