People who complete the MiND practitioner training will receive all the training and materials necessary to to run fun, engaging and highly effective MiND workshops.
As part of the training programme you will receive the following:
- Scripted PowerPoint slides – Delegates receive a fully scripted set of training slides. These can be used in the order suggested by MyBrain or be edited and amended if preferred. They are 'unlocked' so can be amended to display your company name and logo if desired.
- Props and games – You will be supplied with a number of games, exercises and optical illusions that demonstrate and reinforce the key messages of the MiND workshop. These also ensure that your MiND workshops will be fun, interactive and highly memorable.
- Programme binder – The course binder provides a comprehensive set of notes. It is set out in the same order as the course to make it easy to follow and easy for delegates to add their own notes during the course.
- Practice profiles – Each Practitioner receives two profile credits that are to be used with friends or colleagues as part of the training.
- Membership – Practitioners receive one year of free membership of the MyBrain network. This entitles them to purchase Neurological Dominance profiles at a discounted rate, free use of all MyBrain copyrighted materials, support from MyBrain staff and use of the MyBrain administration system. Membership in subsequent years is $197 AUD or alternatively there is a life membership option.
- Certificate – Upon successful completion of the programme you will be entitled to use the title "MyBrain Practitioner" and will receive a framed certificate.
- Support – After completing the Practitioner training you are not on your own. Staff from MyBrain International are always happy to help Practitioners by providing support and assistance whenever needed. As an example, the type of support we have provided in the past is help with proposal writing, creation of custom materials to support particular workshop themes and assistance with embedding MiND into broader L&D programmes such as leadership, communication and selling skills.