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Webinar Host Rachel Paling

Director of Efficient Language Coaching Ltd. – Certified & Accredited Neurolanguage Coach and ACC (ICF) – Creator of Neurolanguage Coaching®

Rachel Marie Paling founded Efficient Language Coaching Ltd. in 2008 and created the Neurolanguage Coaching® method owning the registered trademark.

Rachel started teaching English as a Foreign Language to adults over 30 years ago. After obtaining a BA Honours in Law and Spanish (with distinction in spoken Spanish) at the University of Sheffield (UK) she did a Masters in Human Rights and Democratization (EMA) at the University of Padua, Italy and Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Germany.

She continued with her studies and qualified as a UK Lawyer in 2003, but instead of pursuing a career as a lawyer, she combined her teaching experience, her specialisation in business English and her legal knowledge to coach top executives across Europe.

She has created the new method and approach called Neurolanguage Coaching® and has trained about 300 language teachers worldwide certifying them as Neurolanguage Coaches with her training course, one of the only language coaching certification courses in the world accredited by International Coach Federation USA.

She now delivers this course to teachers of ANY discipline, to transform the educational process and in addition, she works with corporates worldwide to enhance communication and cross-cultural performance within International Teams.

In this webinar, you will learn how to implement brain-friendly coaching techniques and neuroscience in your language teaching.

Rachel will teach you about:

  • Neurolanguage Coaching® and Language Teaching

  • Neuroscience and Coaching Principles: how can they make language learning more effective?

  • The Perfect Learning State: the key to fast and sustainable progress – how can it be achieved and maintained?