We will give you human tools to monitor the classroom and psychosocial risk prevention for teachers and students, because only teachers know how complicated it can be to manage emotional intelligence in the classroom.

  • Do you want to be more assertive when it comes to managing both behavioral diversity and neurodiversity in the classroom?
  • Do you want your students to listen to you carefully?
  • Do you want to have more tools and effective human resources to lead your classes? And at the same time enjoy psycho-emotional stability?



  • will transform your role as a teacher,
  • will give you coaching skills,
  • will broaden your horizons as a professional,
  • and it will improve your communication skills.

AUDIENCE: teaching professionals who work in schools of little to maximum complexity.

WHAT IS INCLUDED IN THE COURSE: communication techniques for educators, coaching, mindfulness, psychology and Neurolinguistic Programming (facial & body language, tone, space, as well as thought and behavior patterns) with special attention to the cognitive and behavioral diversity.


During the online session, we’ll cover practical cases and techniques that we’ll put into practice and debate together at the end of the course. This online course is an introduction to some of the neurolinguistic programming models that will be covered in more depth, theoretically and in practice, throughout the three face-to-face sessions. Moreover, the participants will work on a project based on some of the learning outcomes of the course, whose presentation will be carried out on the third Saturday of the face-to-face course.

OPTION 1: ONLINE (3 hours)

Saturday, June 1st, 2024 from 10:00 a.m. to 1:15 p.m. (May 25th sold out!)

Training cost: €50.00


  • JUNE COURSE: June 8, 15 and 22 from 9:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
  • JUNE-JULY COURSE: June 29 and July 6 and 13 from 9:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.

Training cost: €250.00 *

*If you have taken the online training, you will enjoy a €25.00 discount.



Nur Garriga is an experienced Language Teacher & Speaker, Communication Skills & Teachers Coach, Neurolinguistic Programming and Wellness Specialist, entrepreneur, and the founder and director of Amazing English Center® & Coaching for Work for School for Life, and strongly believes in storytelling, motivational speaking, coaching, and teaching as transformational and inspiring tools.

Since 2010, she’s been actively doing research and using NLP for public speaking, coaching, education, and business; a member of the Board of Directors of the Guild of Foreign Languages and Learning Reinforcement Schools of Catalonia (GEIC), and a member of the Professional Speakers Association of Spain (PSAS), and its PSAS Business Growth training team.

She has worked, studied & lived in Spain, France, UK, The Netherlands, Germany, Italy, Malta, India, Canada & USA, and collaborates with various private and public business entities, and educational institutions as a motivational storyteller, speaker, coach, facilitator, and trainer.

Bachelor’s Degree holder in Translation and Interpretation (Spanish, Catalan, English, Italian, German) and CAP (equivalent to a Master’s in Education – MEd) by the Autonomous University of Barcelona (UAB).

She collaborated on the CLIL/PILE research project with Cristina Escobar’s team for the Educational Sciences Institute (ICE) and for the Autonomous University of Barcelona (UAB) to enhance multilingual education.

She is one of the few NLP University certified Masters, among other trainings, by Robert B. Dilts, Judith DeLozier et al as an NLP Global Master Trainer, Facilitator & Transformational Entrepreneur, and Third Generation Master Practitioner of NLP at NLP University, UCSC, California, USA. 

“The aim of this sweeping work is to popularize the notion of ‘social infrastructure’—the ‘physical places and organizations that shape the way people interact’. . . . Here, drawing on research in urban planning, behavioral economics, and environmental psychology, as well as on his own fieldwork from around the world, [Eric Klinenberg] posits that a community’s resilience correlates strongly with the robustness of its social infrastructure. The numerous case studies add up to a plea for more investment in the spaces and institutions (parks, libraries, childcare centers) that foster mutual support in civic life.”The New Yorker

Palaces for the People: How Social Infrastructure Can Help Fight Inequality, Polarization, and the Decline of Civic Life by Eric Klinenberg

In Palaces for the People, Eric Klinenberg suggests a way forward. He believes that the future of democratic societies rests not simply on shared values but on shared spaces: the libraries, childcare centers, churches, and parks where crucial connections are formed. Interweaving his own research with examples from around the globe, Klinenberg shows how “social infrastructure” is helping to solve some of our most pressing societal challenges. Richly reported and ultimately uplifting, Palaces for the People offers a blueprint for bridging our seemingly unbridgeable divides.

Palacios para el Pueblo

“Los centros de enseñanza son instituciones, pero también infraestructuras sociales. La manera en la que se planifican, diseñan y programan configura las interacciones que se desarrollan en su seno y en torno a ellos. Para los alumnos, profesores, padres y comunidades enteras, pueden alimentar o inhibir la confianza, la solidaridad y el compromiso compartido para con el bien común.También pueden marcar los límites que definen quién forma parte de la comunidad y a quién se excluye de ella. Pueden integrar o segregar, brindar oportunidades o poner trabas a la gente.”
Klinenberg, E. Palacios para el Pueblo. Capitán Swing, 2021.