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Admission into the Consecutive Training Level
Q: A FMT IANLP does not accept me into the next level training. Doesn't my practitioner certificate entitle me to take part in a NLP Master training?
A: As a matter of principle a IANLP certified training, such as a NLP Practitioner IANLP, is a requirement to start next level certification training. This does not mean that any level certification stipulates any rights to enter into the next level certification training. Sometimes a certain person is a good NLP Practitioner, but in the view of a Fellow Member Trainer is not ready yet to enter the next level certification training.
There can be various reasons why a fellow member trainer IANLP may not want to accept a certain trainee into his/her trainings. As each fellow member trainer is a fully independent enterpreneur, IANLP will not interfere with the decisions of any of its Fellow Member Trainers. Each Fellow Member Trainer IANLP is completey free to conduct his/her business in any way she/he feels is appropriate, and is only subject to the terms of the Code of Ethics.
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