NLP Practitioner Training

Welcome to your first step towards becoming an NLP Practitioner.

You may be wondering what it is exactly that NLP is, what it can be used for, and why you would want to learn more about it. What exactly is an NLP Practitioner? What does such a person do?

You will find answers to these questions here, and in the face-to-face training.

A little more about why you are here.

In order to prepare for the training, you need to complete the theoretical and practical components that are included on this platform. They form a foundation for the work that we will do in class.

I suggest you work through the material as it is presented as it is designed to build concepts and ideas in an incremental way.

If you wish to ask me something, please email me and I will get back to you.

You can download the course notes by clicking here. And when you are ready, click on “Week 1” below to get started.

C5L1S3: My Windows tablet device is mine!

Price: R125

You are not yet enrolled in this session.

 


Session description

Welcome to My Windows tablet device is mine! – the third session of the Beginner level of Course 1: Know and use your Windows tablet device. In this session, you will learn:

  1. Personalising the tablet device
  2. Organising the tablet device
  3. Tablet security and letting others use your tablet device
  4. A very brief introduction to social media (what it is, options, security, Facebook, LinkedIn, YouTube)

Assessment Task

  • The participant creates and shares an email, with specific evidences of how he/she personalised his/her tablet.

Notional Learning Time

When you get your certificate, you will notice that we have indicated Notional Learning Time. This is the amount of time we expect a learner to spend on achieving the outcomes of this session. It is made up of the two hours of the training here, and then the time taken to complete your Badge Assessment Task. It is an estimate and you may find you spend a little less time, or perhaps a little more.

Register for this session to gain access to downloadable Class Notes!

C5L1S2: Making contact with the world with my Windows tablet device

Price: R125

You are not yet enrolled in this session.

 


Session description

Welcome to Making contact with the world with my Windows tablet device – the second session of the Beginner level of Course 5: Know and use your Windows tablet device. In this session, you will learn:

  1. Setting up an account and an email address (Outlook)
  2. Writing, reading and sending an email
  3. Opening an email attachment (security; choosing the right app)
  4. Sending an email attachment (size; choosing the best file format)
  5. Creating an email contact
  6. Sharing an email contact
  7. Tablet device security (signing in and out, lock screen, “Find my Device tablet”, sharing personal or credit card details)

Assessment Task

  • Multiple choice questions completed online.

Notional Learning Time

When you get your certificate, you will notice that we have indicated Notional Learning Time. This is the amount of time we expect a learner to spend on achieving the outcomes of this session. It is made up of the two hours of the training here, and then the time taken to complete your Badge Assessment Task. It is an estimate and you may find you spend a little less time, or perhaps a little more.

Register for this session to gain access to downloadable Class Notes!

C5L1S1: All about my Windows tablet device

Price: R125

You are not yet enrolled in this session.

 


Session description

Welcome to All about my Windows tablet device – the first session of the Beginner level of Course 1: Know and use your Windows tablet device. In this session, you will learn:

  1. Tablet types (operating systems; screen size; memory; RAM; speed; brands and quality)
  2. Physical device (buttons; camera; audio player; pens)
  3. Taking care of your device
  4. The home screen, icons, pages and the app drawer: getting around (navigation, menus, pinch and zoom, screenshots, launching apps e.g. the camera and audio player apps)
  5. Tablet orientation
  6. Connectivity (WiFi; 3G; Bluetooth)
  7. Data usage (what uses the most data; how to check usage; how to limit usage)
  8. Battery life (what uses the most battery power; how to check usage; how to limit usage)

Assessment Task

  • Multiple choice questions completed online.

Notional Learning Time

When you get your certificate, you will notice that we have indicated Notional Learning Time. This is the amount of time we expect a learner to spend on achieving the outcomes of this session. It is made up of the two hours of the training here, and then the time taken to complete your Badge Assessment Task. It is an estimate and you may find you spend a little less time, or perhaps a little more.

Register for this session to gain access to downloadable Class Notes!

C1L1S3: My Android tablet device is mine!

Price: R125

You are not yet enrolled in this session.

 


Session description

Welcome to My Android tablet device is mine! – the third session of the Beginner level of Course 1: Know and use your Android tablet device. In this session, you will learn:

  1. Personalising the tablet device (wall papers, settings)
  2. Organising the tablet device (home screen pages, folders)
  3. Letting others use your tablet device (multiple user login, keeping data private)
  4. A very brief introduction to social media (what it is, options, security, Facebook, LinkedIn, YouTube)

Assessment Task

  • The participant creates and shares an email, with specific evidences of how he/she personalised his/her tablet.

Notional Learning Time

When you get your certificate, you will notice that we have indicated Notional Learning Time. This is the amount of time we expect a learner to spend on achieving the outcomes of this session. It is made up of the two hours of the training here, and then the time taken to complete your Badge Assessment Task. It is an estimate and you may find you spend a little less time, or perhaps a little more.

Register for this session to gain access to downloadable Class Notes!

C1L1S2: Making contact with the world

Price: R125

You are not yet enrolled in this session.

 


Session description

Welcome to Making contact with the world – the second session of the Beginner level of Course 1: Know and use your Android tablet device. In this session, you will learn:

  1. Setting up an account and an email address (Google)
  2. Writing, reading and sending an email
  3. Opening an email attachment (security; choosing the right app)
  4. Sending an email attachment (size; choosing the best file format)
  5. Creating an email contact
  6. Sharing an email contact
  7. Tablet device security (signing in and out, lock screen, find my tablet, credit card details)

Assessment Task

  • Multiple choice questions completed online.

Notional Learning Time

When you get your certificate, you will notice that we have indicated Notional Learning Time. This is the amount of time we expect a learner to spend on achieving the outcomes of this session. It is made up of the two hours of the training here, and then the time taken to complete your Badge Assessment Task. It is an estimate and you may find you spend a little less time, or perhaps a little more.

Register for this session to gain access to downloadable Class Notes!

C1L1S1: All about Android tablet devices

Price: R125

You are not yet enrolled in this session.

 


Session description

Welcome to All about Android tablet devices – the first session of the Beginner level of Course 1: Know and use your Android tablet device. In this session, you will learn:

  1. Tablet types (operating systems; screen size; memory; RAM; speed; brands and quality)
  2. Physical device (buttons; camera; audio player; pens)
  3. Taking care of your device
  4. The home screen, icons, pages and the app drawer: getting around (navigation, menus, pinch and zoom, screenshots, launching apps e.g. the camera and audio player apps)
  5. Tablet orientation
  6. Connectivity (WiFi; 3G; Bluetooth)
  7. Data usage (what uses the most data; how to check usage; how to limit usage)
  8. Battery life (what uses the most battery power; how to check usage; how to limit usage)

Assessment Task

  • Multiple choice questions completed online.

Notional Learning Time

When you get your certificate, you will notice that we have indicated Notional Learning Time. This is the amount of time we expect a learner to spend on achieving the outcomes of this session. It is made up of the two hours of the training here, and then the time taken to complete your Badge Assessment Task. It is an estimate and you may find you spend a little less time, or perhaps a little more.

Register for this session to gain access to downloadable Class Notes!

WritePublishRead’s How to Self-publish for Everyone

WritePublishRead’s
How to Self-publish for Everyone

 

This course will take you through a simple three-step process.

Step 1 Write

If you have always wanted to be a published author now is the time to write! Start writing your story. You can work through this handbook at the same time to get hints and tips to improve your writing. Write gripping stories that readers want to read. Remember, the quality of your writing will keep your reader reading!

 

 

 

 

Step 2 Publish

Once you have a perfect, polished and professional manuscript, we give you step-by-step guidance and show you how to publish your book as an eBook. Don’t be put off if you think you are not technical. We will guide you through the process of publishing on Smashwords, an eBook platform that Via Afrika uses. Smashwords sends the eBook to a variety of eReaders like Kobo, for example.

 

 

 

Step 3 Read

Get your friends, family and community to start reading your published eBook! Build a reading community and create a strong social media network to promote and market your eBook. Maintaining a connection with readers who love your writing will also help motivate you to write your next book and get them to buy it and read it!


Access this free course now, and become a self-published author in no time. You may wish to download a handbook of this course in PDF format (3,6 MB) for offline use. Simply click here to do so.

C8L3S3: The gamification of education (Windows)

Price: R125

You are not yet enrolled in this session.


Session description

Welcome to The gamification of education – the third session of the Advanced level of Course 8: Digital learning in schools for Windows users. In this session, you will learn:

  1. Understanding the concept and theory of gamification
  2. Gamification (theory, concept, terminology)
  3. Impact of gamification on learning
  4. User experience of gamification via online apps and a classroom-based role-playing game

Assessment Task

  • Multiple choice questions completed online.

Notional Learning Time

When you get your certificate, you will notice that we have indicated Notional Learning Time. This is the amount of time we expect a learner to spend on achieving the outcomes of this session. It is made up of the two hours of the training here, and then the time taken to complete your Badge Assessment Task. It is an estimate and you may find you spend a little less time, or perhaps a little more.

Register for this session to gain access to downloadable Class Notes!