What are some of the major drawbacks of enrolling with a non-certified NLP Trainer?

A non-certified NLP Trainer is someone who claims to teach NLP (Neuro-Linguistic Programming) without having any formal training or certification from a recognized NLP organization or institute. A certified Neuro Linguistic Trainer is someone who  has completed a rigorous and comprehensive NLP training program from a reputable NLP organization or institute and has received a certificate that validates their skills and knowledge in NLP.

Some of the benefits of being a certified Neuro Linguistic Trainer are:

  •  You can deliver NLP Practitioner and Master Practitioner courses, and issue NLP certificates to your students.
  • You can join a professional NLP association, such as the Association for  Neuro Linguistic Programming (ANLP), (American Board of Neuro Linguistic Programming(ABNLP) The Original Society of Neuro Linguistic Programming(SNLP) and access their resources, network, and support.
  • You can enhance your credibility and reputation as an NLP trainer and attract more clients and students.
  • You can learn from the best NLP trainers in the world and keep yourself updated with the latest developments and innovations in NLP. Some of the drawbacks of being a non-certified NLP Trainer are:
  • You may not have a solid understanding of the core principles and techniques of NLP and may teach inaccurate or outdated information to your students.
  • You may not be able to provide quality NLP training and may fail to meet the  expectations and needs of your students.
  • You may face legal or ethical issues, as you may be violating the intellectual property rights of the original NLP creators or trainers.
  • You may damage your reputation and credibility as an NLP trainer and lose the trust and respect of your clients and students.

If you are interested in becoming a certified Neuro Linguistic Trainer, you can check out some of the NLP training programs offered by the following organizations: