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Monday, 12 December 2016

Training Update for January 2017

Before the Festive Season sweeps us all off our feet, I just wanted to send you a quick reminder about the courses that will take place in January so that you can book them now, while they are still on Early Bird Discount:

17 – 18 January 2017 (Tuesday & Wednesday)
What you need to know:
-          BPS Approved
-          at BPS, London AND
-          via LIVE WEBCAST
-          you can watch the webcast recording later if you cannot attend on the day
-          one of our most popular courses
-          leads to BPS Approved Certificate in Recourse Based Therapies
Book now while Early Bird Discount is only available for the next 5 days.

19 – 20 January 2017 (Thursday & Friday)
An essential course for BPS Approved Master Practitioner Diploma in CBT, but can be taken independently.
Book now – Early Bird Discount expires in a week.

24 – 26 January 2017, Birmingham - One space remaining!
Our £100 discount for this course in Birmingham and Manchester expires at the end of December 2016.
Book now to save £100 + vat off the full price if attending in Birmingham and Manchester.
You can book with a £100 discount only until the end of this year, but throughout 2017.
Only one space left for this course! Don’t miss it – act swiftly, it will be allocated on a first come first served basis!

What to check other dates? Visit:

BPS Approved CERTIFICATE IN THIRD WAVE CBT (5 MODULES/8.5 DAYS) starts in February.
5 Modules, 8 days plus an online course.

OUR EARLY BIRD PRICE: £900 + VAT (£1080) PER DELEGATE covers 8 days training, 4 hours online introductory course, refreshments, course materials and the final test.
It works out at only £105.89 + vat per day of training.
This is a very good offer and this discount is available on bookings made more than 1 month prior the first course date event.

This certificate course is available via WEBCAST too – you can attend it from anywhere in the world and watch or re-watch it later should you prefer it.
Not much time left – book now and secure your place.

Looking forward to welcoming you on our courses!

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