Enroll today in the most cutting edge neuroscience coaching program ever offered! This is a unique course, with a unique model, using a very unique assessment that can not be found at any other University, helping you get profound coaching results like never before.

The first phase of this exciting learning journey is an introduction to neuroscience coaching and why it is essential that any person responsible for the development or performance improvement of another should be grounded in the principles of the the neuroscience of learning.

Big changes are coming to the world of work, according to a recent report published by the World Economic Forum entitled: The Future of Jobs. The report states that the forth industrial revolution is on its way. It will cause widespread disruption to business models and labor markets over the next five years. Neuroscience, artificial intelligence, virtual reality and the internet of things will be accelerating forces of these changes. An enormous change in the most desirable skills to thrive in the job market, is predicted.

The only way that people and business will be capable of maintaining their competitive advantage in this rapidly changing, information soaked, and turbulent world is to out-think, out-learn and out-create their competition. This places neuroscience in the center of people development and performance optimization. By gaining deep insight into how the brain functions in support of learning, thinking, creating, and problem-solving – skills vital for the future job market – we can better prepare people to adapt to a continually changing market place, thus allowing companies and people to maintain a competitive advantage in highly dynamic business environments.

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People development and performance optimization professionals across the globe face similar challenges when facilitating learning. The one thing all humans have in common is the brain. The neuroscience of learning therefore provides a common language for learning and dealing with the challenges performance improvement professionals face. The neuroscience of learning should be the point of departure for any global learning initiative as it is an inclusive science that focus on the one thing we all have – a brain. It is an emerging science, vital for every performance improvement professional to understand how they can optimize the most important part of their company/client’s human capital – their ability to learn!

The good news however is that you don’t have to be a neuroscientist to ground your people development or performance optimization practices in neuroscience. When you do the Neuroscience Coaching Courses at the University of Pretoria, you get access to sound applied neuroscience practices, approaches and tools that will help you anchor your education, talent development or performance optimization practices into neuroscience that validates learning.

During this introductory course, participants will be introduced to neuroscience of learning as an evolving aspect of neuroscience that focuses on examining how people learn and how performance improvement professionals can improve coaching, talent development, performance improvement, organizational learning, training, instruction and instructional design.

Neuro-Link is proud to be in a collaborative academic agreement with the University of Pretoria in the field of Neuroscience Performance Coaching (NSPC). The University of Pretoria Neuroscience Group and Neuro-Link, developed the CEatUP (Continued Education) course that covers the following specific modules:

  • Neurophysiology
  • Psychophysiology
  • 7 insights about the brain relating to change
  • The neuroscience of learning
  • The neuroscience of leadership
  • Your brain at work and play
  • Understanding the brain’s social bias


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  • People in talent selection
  • People responsible for talent alignment
  • Anyone responsible for talent development
  • Practitioners responsible for performance improvement
  • Wellness practitioners
  • Health & safety practitioners
  • Managers & executives
  • Instructors & trainers
  • Sports coaches
  • Psychologists
  • Teachers & remedial therapists
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  • I recommend this product

    Victoria W.
    Lecturer in Anthropology at Varsity College
    Johannesburg Area, South Africa