About Peter Freeth
Peter Freeth is one of only six NLP Master Trainers in the world, licensed by the Society of NLP. With more than 25 years learning, innovating and training in the field, he is known for his powerfully creative take on personal and business success and his ability to challenge established routines and rituals, driving change that is both surprising and long lasting.
Peter is an author of 12 books to date with more in development, a recognised conference presenter, an electronics engineer by education, maker of just about anything that seems like a challenge and a highly experienced and tactful supporter of both organisational and personal change.
As a NLP trainer, Peter is a regular speaker at the International NLP Conference and is a full member of the NLP Leadership Summit, a group comprising the world’s most experienced NLP trainers. Peter has developed many new NLP applications and techniques which are now used by trainers and coaches all over the world, and he is most recognised for making NLP easy, accessible and even fun.
With experience of all market sectors in almost 50 countries, Peter has worked with operational and leadership teams in some of the world’s most recognised businesses, solving real problems and making a measurable impact on performance, including doubling of sales conversion rates, a 25% reduction in graduate development time and a 700% increase in profitability.
NLP Master Practitioner is the second level of NLP training and is designed to provide both an advanced set of tools for creating customised techniques and modelling high performance and a personal experience of change through awareness of the habitual patterns which drive our behaviours. This level of training is designed to integrate NLP’s techniques with other professional practices such as coaching and counselling, and also gives you the tools to create new content and techniques for yourself by modelling the intuitive behavioural patterns of high performers in any field.
The origin of NLP is the modelling of intuitive talents, those unconscious patterns which create the behaviours of high performers. When Bandler and Grinder created NLP in the early 1980s, they modelled outstanding personal therapists, and you can just as easily model high performers in the fields of leadership, sales, customer service, sport, the arts, or any other walk of life.
Becoming a NLP Master Practitioner requires that participants meet the certification criteria defined by the licensing organisation. In the case of the Society of NLP, those criteria can be downloaded here. You will acheive these required standards by practicing the NLP Master Practitioner princlples and being open to experiencing the process of change for yourself. At Practitioner level, that simply meant being open to changing your experience of events in your life which continue to cause problems. At Master Practitioner level, this means being aware of, and open to, the habitual patterns which drive your behaviours. Some of those behaviours will make you feel successful and proud, otherwise will make you feel less good about yourself. One of the basic concepts of NLP is that it is not our behaviours which are right or wrong, it is the alignment between our behaviours and the environment that we’re operating within. In Master Practitioner training, we look not at behaviours but at the perceptions and mental processes which drive both them. We see behavioural patterns not as good or bad but simply as interesting.
The full content of the NENLP Master Practitioner training can be found in The NLP Master Practitioner Manual, plus much more information, additional exercises and case studies of real modelling projects.
The format of NLP Master Practitioner training is not common for all training organisations,and the majority of trainers teach Master Practitioner as an extension of Practitioner, simply with more complex techniques. Pre-packaged techniques are, by definition, Practitioner level, and add nothing to the student’s understanding of NLP. This NENLP Master Practitioner training teaches the basic principles by which Practitioner techniques were created, enabling students to design and refine their own tools and techniques, and to model and replicate the talents that make high performers successful in whatever they do.
- Welcome and framing
- Simulation Theory
- Outcomes for this course *
- Eye Accessing
- Stimulus Response
- Surface v deep structure
- Behaviour as process
- The process IS the content
- Meta Model course goals *
- Reverse engineering
- Presuppositions of NLP
- Conversational Change
Meta Model 1
Meta Model course goals *
- Meta Model 2
- Rituals and Incantations
Meta Model 3
Meta Programs 1
- Meta Programs 2
- Meta Model 4
Slow Motion Coaching 1
- Anchoring as control
Rules, Beliefs, Strategies
Slow Motion Modelling
- Slow Motion Modelling
- Custom technique design
Slow Motion Coaching 2Meta Model Practice
- Certification criteria
- Assessment sessions
Early Bird Special: All registrations made for certification module before 1st Oct 2019 will get discounted price of HKD 16,500
Foundation Module (Day 1 – Day 4): 11th – 14th Nov 2019 – HK$10,500
Certification Module (Day 1 – Day 8): 11th – 18th Nov 2019 – HK$18,000
Refresher Classes: HK$1,500 (Per day)
Bookings are no longer available for this event.