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Mark Honey Hypnotherapy Diploma Training Case Study at Chris Fleet's Devon School Of Hypnotherapy

Hypnotherapy Diploma Training Case Study ~ Mark Honey

Mark Honey Hypnotherapy Diploma Training Case Study at Chris Fleet's Devon School Of Hypnotherapy

Hypnotherapy Diploma Training Case Study.

Mark Honey

Gained A Certificate & Diploma In Hypnotherapy, Now Runs His Own Hypnotherapy Business.

Written By Chris Fleet, UK Hypnotherapist & Hypnotherapy Trainer @hypno_teacher

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Mark began his training with us some years ago.
He was very nervous, initially; it can be a little bit daunting learning a new skill with people you haven’t met before. However, one common trait amongst therapists is that we all want to help people and we work in small groups so he was very quickly put at ease by other group members who were all in the same boat.

 

Mark Was A Little Concerned Over Intensity Of The Course

Mark was slightly concerned over the intensity of the hypnotherapy course but I was able to speak with him before the start to the course and explained about the contents and what was involved and eased his mind over its intensity. 
Learning the art of hypnotherapy and hypnosis and training to become a Hypnotherapist, can be challenging but it is very doable for most people.
By the second day, Mark's nerves had eased and his confidence had visibly grown, and as we really dived into the practical side of hypnotising people, he flourished and he very quickly demonstrated that he was going to be a natural.
Mark Said He Liked Helping People & Hypnotherapy Was A Good Choice
Mark, being the type to help people improve their lives, thought Hypnotherapy was a good choice for him. Having initially studied The Certificate In Hypnotherapy Course, he went on to qualify as a hypnotherapist by proceeding to study The Diploma In Hypnotherapy Course. In this video, Mark talks to Chris about the courses and how they suited him and the style of presentation helped him to learn the techniques and methods involved.
This short video includes a good insight the courses from a student's prospective ... please view it to learn more.

 

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Students Are Encouraged To Choose A Niche

During the Certificate In Hypnotherapy Course, I encourage those who are considering taking up hypnotherapy as a career to think about which niche they would like to work in.

 

Mark is a runner and has been for quite some time, he has a keen interest in health and nutrition and was running mini boot camps in his home town of Plymouth.

 

It Was Sensible For Mark To Focus On Sports

It was only sensible for Mark to concentrate his hypnotherapy efforts on sports.
With his hypnotherapy business, Evolution Warrior, he works to help those suffering with problems such as anxiety and depression, he is now gaining a reputation for working with athletes, many of whom turn to running as a method of coping with depression and the like.
To learn more about Mark's Hypnotherapy Practice, please visit his website at http://evolutionwarrior.co.uk

Certificate & Diploma Hypnotherapy Training

I am very much hoping that this Hypnotherapy Training Case Study might inspire you, too, to maybe consider taking up hypnotherapy. 
My new Certificate & Diploma In Hypnotherapy Training Courses start 15/16 June 2019. You can learn more by clicking the links below.
I also offer a FREE TRAINING SESSION where I provide a good insight into my courses and into Hypnotherapy and Hypnosis and how these can be used to improve lives. See below for details.

Contact Me

If you have any questions about my courses, I would be delighted to talk to you. 
Please ring 01803 500300, email: chris@fleethypnosis.com or contact me below.
Hypnotherapy Training Case Study: Nikki & Chris Hoare Studing For A Diploma In Hypnotherapy at The Devon School Of Hypnotherapy
Hypnotherapy Training Case Study: Nikki & Chris Hoare Studing For A Diploma In Hypnotherapy at The Devon School Of Hypnotherapy
Hypnotherapy Training Case Study: Nikki & Chris Hoare Studing For A Diploma In Hypnotherapy at The Devon School Of Hypnotherapy
Hypnotherapy Training Case Study: Nikki & Chris Hoare Studing For A Diploma In Hypnotherapy at The Devon School Of Hypnotherapy

Hypnotherapy Training Case Study: Nikki & Chris Hoare

Hypnotherapy Training Case Study: Nikki & Chris Hoare Studing For A Diploma In Hypnotherapy at The Devon School Of Hypnotherapy

Hypnotherapy Training Case Study.

Nikki & Chris Hoare.

Gained A Certificate In Hypnotherapy, Now Both Are Studying For A Diploma In Hypnotherapy.

Written By Chris Fleet, UK Hypnotherapist & Hypnotherapy Trainer @hypno_teacher

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I am delighted to welcome husband and wife Nikki & Chris Hoare onto my Diploma In Hypnotherapy Training Course for 2019.  Both successfully gained their Certificate In Hypnotherapy previously with me and decided to continue their training and to study for their Diploma.
Chris has fostered a life-long interest in hypnotherapy & hypnosis from the early age of 13.  He is well read and well educated in the subject and is now working to gain his Diploma so that he can practice professionally.
Chris passed his interest onto his wife Nikki and jointly they used hypnotherapy to aid the birth of their children and to lesson Nikki's labour pains.
They both have some way to go with their Diploma Training (at the time of writing this article) but each has summarised their journeys so far, in their own words, in this Hypnotherapy Training Case Study, starting with Chris Hoare.
Hypnotherapy Training Case Study: Nikki & Chris Hoare Studing For A Diploma In Hypnotherapy at The Devon School Of Hypnotherapy
"My name is Chris Hoare and I have been interested in hypnosis and hypnotherapy since my early teens.
When I was 13 years old I was given a copy of Pears Cyclopaedia for Christmas. It was a book which had sections on a wide variety of topics, one of which was Psychology; it became the most dog-eared section. Within that section there was an article about hypnosis. I was fascinated and sought further information. I visited the Polytechnic Bookshop in Plymouth and bought a book entitled “The Theory and Practice of Hypnotism” by W.J.Ousby. I read it from cover to cover more times than I care to estimate. I learned and experimented with suggestion and suggestibility testing.
In trying to learn more I realised that the bookshops and the libraries were woefully short of anything to do with hypnosis. Undeterred I studied the works of Freud, Janet and Jung, although I quickly determined that Freud had problems himself. Nevertheless I got a decent grounding in the subconscious mind.
Later, as a business student, I found that the university library had what I needed and I learned more about trauma and hypnotherapy. I also read books on self hypnosis, although I had already learned that all hypnosis is in fact self hypnosis.
Years passed but I never stopped studying the subject. I worked in Birmingham Central Library for many years, eventually having the role of Business Adviser and Intellectual Property Adviser, but also using hypnotherapy to help my colleagues when requested. I studied an online hypnotherapy diploma course (I do not recommend it) but finally booked a place on a course at a Birmingham Hypnotherapy College. I earned a certificate of competence to practice Lesserian Curative Hypnotherapy, but still wanted to extend my knowledge and breadth of understanding and technique. Consequently, I am a student at the Devon School of Hypnotherapy throughout 2019, along with my wife Nikki.
I was fortunate to discover the books of C.Roy Hunter (a lovely guy), one of the foremost hypnotherapists in the US. I studied Parts Therapy under him as part of my Continued Professional Development, learned to further enhance my Hypnotic Regression Therapy techniques and set up in practice.
Of two things I am certain: firstly, you can never stop learning about hypnotherapy, and secondly, that article in Pears Cyclopaedia was so inaccurate that it should never have been printed, except for the fact that if it hadn't, you might not be reading this now."

Chris Hoare

I Urge Hypnotherapy Candidates To Choose A Niche To Practice In

During The Diploma In Hypnotherapy Training Course, I urge candidates to think about the niche they would like to practice their hypnotherapy in, once qualified.
Nikki has 20 experience as a child care professional supporting families and here she describes how she would like to use her hypnotherapy qualification to continue and extend her career in this field.  
As part of this Hypnotherapy Training Case Study, Nikki describes in her own words, her future plans and her journey so far including insights into how Hypnotherapy has helped the birth of her children and her family as they grew up.
"My name is Nikki Hoare. My interest in hypnotherapy began with my husband sharing his interest with me over the years. We have spent many an hour talking about the different methods and types of hypnosis. He even shared some of the times he has used hypnosis.
We used hypnosis during childbirth to control my labour pains. My first experience was during labour of our first child as an epidural needle was inserted, even during a contraction. Again a few years later when we had twins we used hypnosis to prepare me for labour and provide pain control.
As our lives have moved on and our children have grown up, the time has come for me to take this interest further, to be able to help people find solutions within themselves and improve their lives. I started to make use of the wide range of books my husband has. I found the writings of C. Roy Hunter, a renowned hypnotherapist from America, really interesting and informative. When an opportunity came up to attend one of his workshops on Parts Therapy both my husband and I attended. This increased my interest further and I started to look for somewhere to study. I soon found Chris Fleet’s course at Fleet Hypnosis and decided that was the course for me with his belief in a client centred approach.
As the training progressed we have been encouraged to think about our own speciality. I come from a childcare background with 20 years experience as a childcare professional, providing support as well as childcare for the families I worked with. I am looking to be able to combine my experience with children with my hypnotherapy training as my career progresses, looking towards further training into hypnobirthing.
During their late teens two of our children were struggling with their sexuality, one identifying as homosexual and the other one identifying as transgender. We have been totally behind them both on their decisions and supported them as much as possible with the challenges they faced.  I will admit I think they have supported us just as much, if not more, with our open conversations.
This had lead me into looking at how I could use hypnotherapy to support others from the LGBTQ community and their families."

Nikki Hoare

Hypnotherapy Training Case Study: Nikki & Chris Hoare Studing For A Diploma In Hypnotherapy at The Devon School Of Hypnotherapy

Nikki & Chris Were Two Of A Successful Class Of Eight

Hypnotherapy Training Case Study: Nikki & Chris Hoare Studing For A Diploma In Hypnotherapy at The Devon School Of Hypnotherapy
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.I have no doubts that both Nikki & Chris will progress well in the Diploma Course and I look forward to posting updates here of their achievements.
Nikki and Chris were two of eight successful candidates who gained their Certificates In Hypnotherapy in the class of February 2019.  I am very pleased to report all eight have decided to continue with their Diploma Training.
I shall be including further articles of some of these fine people at a later time.

 

Certificate & Diploma Hypnotherapy Training

I am very much hoping that this Hypnotherapy Training Case Study might inspire you, too, to maybe consider taking up hypnotherapy. 
My new Certificate & Diploma In Hypnotherapy Training Courses start 15/16 June 2019. You can learn more by clicking the links below.
I also offer a FREE TRAINING SESSION where I provide a good insight into my courses and into Hypnotherapy and Hypnosis and how these can be used to improve lives. See below for details.

Contact Me

If you have any questions about my courses, I would be delighted to talk to you. 
Please ring 01803 500300, email: chris@fleethypnosis.com or contact me below.
Dental Hypnotherapy

Dental Hypnotherapy

Some dentists are using dental hypnotherapy to calm patients before administering treatment.

Indian dentist Jyoti Oberoi recently published her 2014 study in the American Academy of Paediatric dentistry detailing her work with children.

Dr Oberoi, a city-based dentist, has come up with an innovative solution to children who have a fear of needles-hypnotherapy.

Her research on the method details the use of dental hypnotherapy in helping patients (specifically children), whose fears hold them back from receiving treatment.

“Despite the advances in technology, there is always fear among patients regarding the process and pain of dental treatment,” says Oberoi.

 

Dental Hypnotherapy Helps

The study consisted of 200 children aged 6-16 undergoing dental treatment. The group was split equally. One group was administered treatment without hypnosis and the other group received hypnosis before treatment. The pulse rates of the children were monitored. The results showed that those that did not receive hypnosis before treatment had elevated pulse rates in comparison to those that did. For those that received hypnosis, their pulse rates remained stable throughout treatment.

The results clearly show that hypnotherapy helps reduce anxiety, fear and pain in patients undergoing treatment.

Since the publication of this study, 64 doctors have gone on to conduct similar research studies into the effectiveness of hypnotherapy in similar settings.

 

How it works

When an anxious child comes into practice, a brief history is taken with regards to the child’s anxiety and fears of dental treatment. The child is encouraged to touch and explore the room in which the treatment will take place. Following this, a hypnotic script and suggestion are used to relax the patient before treatment commences.

 

Overcoming Dental Phobia

Once the fear element of an event has been removed the treatment is pretty much straight forward. This is not to say that the use of hypnosis is a one-off event as often takes a few sessions for the suggestions to really plant themselves into the subconscious.

Hypnotherapy is an art and science approach which can be used to overcome psychological issues. It can greatly benefit in reducing pain and allow individuals to receive treatment/s otherwise restricted though phobias, fear and anxiety.

 

Enhancing Your Career

During your working life, you will attend various training courses to ensure you are up to date with the latest developments.

Have you ever thought about adding hypnotherapy to enhance your current career like Dr Oberoi?

As mentioned in this blog, hypnotherapy can be used to help people overcome barriers in their lives.  Perhaps your career could benefit from adding hypnotherapy to your skillset so that you too can help people access the treatment they might otherwise avoid through fear and anxiety.

If you would like to know more, please contact us using the form below.

Alternatively, telephone 01803 500300 to speak to us directly.

 

 

 

Irritable Bowel Syndrome

Hypnotherapy The New Irritable Bowel Syndrome Treatment?

 

MedUni Vienna states that hypnotherapy is still one of the most effective treatments of Irritable Bowel Syndrome.

 

For those suffering stress-related IBS they have a distinctive microbial signature in their gut. Studies in MedUni, Austria, has found holistic therapy, typically hypnotherapy is significantly more effective in treating IBS than symptomatic or probiotic treatment alone.

 

Irritable Bowel Syndrome Treatment

The condition manifests by a range of digestive problems including bloating, constipation, diarrhoea, inflammation and general unease. It is estimated that the Western population is affected by 10-20%.

Upon diagnosis, often a set of probiotics is prescribed, but gut-directed hypnotherapy also alleviates symptoms. There continues to be a lot of research into gastrointestinal flora to track the cause of this condition.

 

Psychologically distressed IBS Sufferers

Using stress questionnaires and stool samples have shown a direct correlation of gut bacteria and psychological distress. This has validated the importance of the gut-brain axis which is the relationship between the gut microbiome and the mine.

It is for this reason that many approaches focus on restoring gut flora by means of probiotic diets. However, Moser’s Study Group (MedUni), a holistic, psychosomatic approach works better-hypnotherapy.

Clients who have undergone hypnotherapy showed significant alleviation of symptoms. This did not alter the composition of their gut bacteria. Further studies need to be conducted to discover whether something has changed on another level such as bacterial metabolism as the original gut flora has remained the same throughout the process.

 

Hypnotherapy Up To 70% More Successful

Up to 70% of those treated with hypnotherapy responded positively. The percentage for purely symptomatic and/or probiotic nutritional therapies is much lower.

The holistic approach to treating IBS with hypnotherapy will continue to offer the best results in the immediate future.

 

“The influence of the gut microbiome on the mind and nervous system is an exciting field of research. However, purely biological approaches are insufficient for the treatment of IBS, which also requires psychosocial approaches, which are currently much more successful for patients.

People with severe IBS are often suffering from trauma or are under enormous stress and require integrated psychosomatic treatment.” Moser

 

Mental Health Football
Mental Health Football

Football Players seeking Support For Mental Health

Recent figures show that more players are seeking support for mental health from the PFA

 

Mental Health Football

278 more current and former football players than in 2018 have or are accessing therapy.

 

Football Association’s Prince William has spoken out, criticising football clubs for their attitude towards the mental health of their players.

“Once you would never show any weakness, but they now realise it’s not weak to talk about things.” Michael Bennett, Union Heat of Welfare.

Footballers have to deal with a lot, injuries, transitions in and out of the game, transfers, going on loan, isolation, rejection, financial worries, addiction, and so on. It isn’t a wonder their mental health takes a bashing and they need support. For far too long now players have fallen under the radar until they hit the tabloids all the while, suffering in silence.

Several high-profile players have spoken candidly about their battles with mental health, addiction and their path to recovery. They hope that by speaking out that others in their position feel able to seek professional support and remove the stigma once and for all.

 

Gambling

 

Mental Health Football

 

Most people think young football players earn £5000 a week, therefore it doesn’t matter. The truth is it’s more like £500 in leagues one and two.

 

Despite more awareness among clubs regarding mental health, other issues such as gambling are causing grave new concerns.

“It used to be betting shops and card schools but now it’s virtual casinos and gambling on your phone.” Michael Bennett

Gambling opportunities are everywhere, and you would be hard fast not to see an opportunity in every direction in which you turn. Sometimes you don’t even have to move an inch and yet you’ve seen 5 adverts in the space of 30 minutes just by watching television. Clicked on social media? Another goodness knows how many in a matter of seconds. How many gambling establishments-shops, casinos, corner shops offering the lottery-or advertisements for bingo did you see on your daily commute? It seems we cannot escape them.

Granted they cannot gamble in the traditional way of purchasing scratch cards, entering casinos and betting shops but they can play online. You only have to tick a box to say that you are 18 and you have instant access. The problem with online gambling is that it doesn’t feel or look like real money, so when you lose, you don’t feel like have lost anything in the real world.

December 2018, Brittan’s biggest gambling companies confirmed plans to ban television betting adverts during pre-watershed live sports.

Jeff Whitley, former Manchester City, and Northern Ireland Player and member of the welfare team at the PFA, says gambling provides a new challenge for the sport.  Having himself struggled with drink and drug addiction: :

“With gambling, you don’t have to go to the bookies; it’s a very secretive addiction. People just need their mobile phones. It’s different from alcohol or drugs, which you can see or smell when players come into the club. With gambling, people can put a mask on. It can be months before anyone would know they’re really struggling.”

 

If you would like to talk about anything mentioned in this article contact us for your free consultation with Chris Fleet.

 

Self Hypnosis
Self Hypnosis

Self-Hypnosis Happiness

Self-hypnosis could help you to overcome difficult issues and situations in areas of your daily life.

Self HypnosisFor some, the idea of hypnosis conjures images of magicians telling us to “sleep” before “clucking” across a stage like some performing puppet. In stark contrast, hypnotherapy is quite the opposite.

Hypnotherapy has been recognised as a talking therapy by the British Psychological Society and considered a useful treatment for anxiety, addiction, IBS, fears, and phobias.

Celebrities Lilly Allen and Geri Horner have Continue reading “Self-Hypnosis Happiness”

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Louise Dawkins, 2018 Diploma in Hypnotherapy

Would I make a good hypnotherapist, and would I enjoy it?

Let me tell you a short story about a client:

Let me tell you a short story about a client: Anxiety can manifest itself in different ways. For one of my clients,  this manifested around her throat causing pain and distress.

She came to me for hypnotherapy because she was anxious and depressed. She regularly spent hours analysing why her father left the family when she was a child.

Before coming to see me she had seen several medical specialists, none of whom had be able to diagnose an underlying medical problem. She was worried that she would have to live with this for the rest of her life.

During our sessions, I combined hypnotherapy and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT). The Hypnotherapy allowed her to fall into a deep state of rest during which I taught her a technique to relax the muscles in her throat.

After the exercise, she stroked her neck and said that the feeling she had felt for over a decade had gone!

This was not a one-off thing either. She learnt to use that technique when she felt her throat tightening. I also taught her a quick technique that stopped her dwelling on the past. The combination improved her mental state dramatically.

Anxiety can manifest itself in different ways. For one of my clients,  this manifested around her throat causing pain and distress.

She came to me for hypnotherapy because she was anxious and depressed. She regularly spent hours analysing why her father left the family when she was a child.

Before coming to see me she had seen several medical specialists, none of whom had been able to diagnose an underlying medical problem. She was worried that she would have to live with this for the rest of her life.

During our sessions, I combined hypnotherapy and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT). The Hypnotherapy allowed her to fall into a deep state of rest during which I taught her a technique to relax the muscles in her throat.

After the exercise, she stroked her neck and said that the feeling she had felt for over a decade had gone!

This was not a one-off thing either. She learnt to use that technique when she felt her throat tightening. I also taught her a quick technique that stopped her dwelling on the past. The combination improved her mental state dramatically.

Why am I sharing this with you?

Well, because with the New Year approaching, you are more than likely thinking about the changes you want to make. Many people think about saving, getting fitter, healthy eating, or getting our more.

You might be considering something much bigger – a complete career change. And since you have come to us, you are considering hypnotherapy.

You might be wondering if you would enjoy being a hypnotherapist? There is no point switching to a new career unless it fulfils you.

If you have never practiced hypnotherapy it can be difficult to tell whether you would like doing it day in, day out.

Over the past decade delivering training courses, I have seen a pattern in the types of people who thrive as hypnotherapists. These are the those that like to help people make positive changes in their life. They are interested in what makes people tick and love to watch them develop and grow. They often say that friends/family turn to them for support when they have a problem.

When you train and become a hypnotherapist, you gain the skills to help people solve problems, like the one mentioned above, that they thought we unsolvable.

If you have ever wondered whether a career in hypnotherapy is for you, simply ask yourself:

Is this the level of impact I’d like to have on someone’s life?

For further information relating to Hypnotherapy training and your suitability to become a hypnotherapist, please do contact us and we will do our best to answer all of your questions. 

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Driving Confidence with Hypnotherapy

Driving Confidence with Hypnotherapy

Hypnotherapy For Exam Nerves

 

“I can highly recommend Chris Fleet as a hypnotherapist.”

Driving Confidence with Hypnotherapy

Without his help, I don’t think I would ever have passed my driving test. His relaxing, calm nature combined with his professional and perceptive approach instantly made me feel safe. I had been trying to get my driver’s licence for over a year with each failed test making my anxiety even worse. While my instructor was happy with my driving skills and I had consistently driven the test routes without ‘failing’ within our lessons. Continue reading “Driving Confidence with Hypnotherapy”

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Smoking Cessation: A Case Study of Parts Therapy

By Chris Fleet, top UK Hypnotherapist, Devon School Of Hypnotherapy

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“I really want to stop smoking but there is a part of me that just keeps making me want to smoke.”

How many times, as a smoker have you said this?

How many times as a hypnotherapist have I heard this?

Perhaps not related to smoking but most can add their slant on the statement; I really want to stop…. [worrying, stressing, over/under eating, picking nails/skin, drinking, gambling, using illicit drugs, etc.]….but there is a part of me that just wants to carry one. This is something that is common to us all.

Parts therapy is a great way of finding a resolution for this dilemma. Of course, as with everything there are drawbacks and caveats but overall it is a very good way of dealing with the hidden reasons as to why we feel the need to do these things.

Mandy

A client named ‘Mandy’ (not her real name), came to see me last month. Now, Mandy had stopped smoking several times before but had always started up again.

The first time she came to see me I realised that her treatment would not be a simple case of direct suggestion. To begin with, I used my normal first-time techniques; Fork in the path, the smoke-filled room, coping to master, future packing, and ego boosting. Mandy responded somewhat but I was not convinced that she was being compliant. Mandy passed the hypnosis tests I gave her -her hands were stuck together, but something just didn’t quite sit right with me. Continue reading “Smoking Cessation: A Case Study of Parts Therapy”

The Trainer

Gain A Diploma In Hypnotherapy, Alison De Matos With Chris Fleet's Devon School Of Hypnotherapy for Certificate In Hypnotherapy & Diploma In Hypnotherapy

There are tens of thousands of hypnotherapy trainers worldwide teaching a wide variety of students millions of variations on traditional techniques, so what should you be asking the course trainer?

Are they a qualified hypnotherapist and are they qualified to teach?

This may sound silly, but there are some out there masquerading as something they are not, and the field of hypnotherapy is no stranger to impostors. Ask the tutor for proof of their credentials and affiliations to professional bodies. Genuine trainers will not think twice about showing/telling you their qualifications and affiliations. If a trainer shies away from proving their professional credentials step well always from their institute because more than likely they are fake and will take your money without a second thought.

 

Here is an example of two nationally registered qualifications our tutor holds;

The Devon School of Hypnotherapy proudly lists Tutor Chris Fleet’s qualifications on our website.

 

Can they teach and what are their methods?

Hypnotherapists are great at demonstrating the practical side of hypnotherapy, but can they actually teach the theory just as well? There are numerous teaching methods out there and it is not a case of one method suits all, much like learners (students).

 

Types of learners;

  • Spatial (visual) Learners prefer using images, pictures and spatial understanding
  • Aural (Auditory) Learners prefer using music and sound
  • Linguistic (Verbal) Learners prefers using words in both speech and writing
  • Kinesthetic (Physical) Learners prefers using their body, hands and a sense of physical touch.

 

Teaching methods vary greatly depending on the personality of the tutor, the educational setting, the range and students and pace of progression. As a general rule of thumb trainers need to remain professional yet approachable, and friendly yet able to step in when deadlines need to be met.

Unless you have taken a course with this tutor before there is not sure-fire way in which you will be able to tell their exact teaching methods but there are ways in which you can gauge an accurate description. If you know someone who has taken the course, you can directly ask them. If the course and school is new to you then you can read reviews and feedback from their website and social media pages or directly ask to speak to a previous/current student.

 

We hope this short quide has answered some of your questions. If you would like more information or have further questions please do contact us and we will do our best to answer.