The Professional Development Office has the pleasure of announcing that, as part of the activities in connection with our now annual national conference for this academic year to be held on 22nd & 23rd May 2017 entitled Affective Factors in Language Teaching, we shall be hosting two eminent figures from the world of Humanistic Education; Jane Revell,who I am sure many of you will remember from our 2013 September in-house trainings, and James Correll. As head trainer, Jane will be imparting the official International Neuro Linguistic Programming Trainers’ Association’s (INLPTA) NLP diploma course. She will be imparting this course in collaboration with Professor James Correll from the Thurgau University of Teacher Education based in Switzerland. The course will last 3 days between the dates of 19th May to 21st May 2017 and those participants who successfully complete the course will be awarded the INLPTA diploma, which is recognised by such institutions as the NLP University at UCLA, in order to be able to carry on to higher levels of NLP certification and mastery. Needless to say that, although both trainers are top master practitioners in this field, they have kindly agreed to offer this course at an immensely discounted price for our teachers. Due to the fact that the places will be limited to 20 participants , it will be based on the concept of first come, first served, after which the course will be opened to outside participants if our teachers do not fill all the available places.
The course is set to be imparted at the Ayazaga main campus and the cost of this full 3 day certified course will be paid to ITU Vakfı account. We would ask those of you who are interested to send an e-mail to email@example.com. Those who do accept to do the course will also be expected to make full payment in the first week of the second semester after which the course will be opened to the general public if need be.
ITU Professional Research & Development Office