I’ve trained in Clean Language with Ned Skelton. Which of your modules should I start with?
An increasing number of people around the world are training people in Clean Language, and several NLP courses, particularly in the UK, include some Clean Language within the curriculum.
Each trainer has their own ‘take’ on the material, how best to apply it, and how best to learn it. Ned Skelton, for example, has used Clean Language extensively in sports coaching; Caitlin Walker has developed a number of applications for groups and organisations; Gina Campbell’s background is in therapy, particularly poetry therapy.
Gina Campbell, Caitlin Walker and Ned Skelton are all Clean Language specialists – and where a course contains at least two days of Clean Language training with a specialist, it will normally be regarded as equivalent to Clean Change Company’s Module 1: you can either repeat this Module at a 50% discount, or skip it and go straight to Module 2, where you will be learning how to use Clean Language as a standalone change technique, as well as fascinating models and distinctions which will help you to combine it with your existing NLP and other skills.
There can be other complexities, though – for example, at least one short course run by Ned Skelton blended NLP and Clean Language, so it may not be appropriate to treat the whole of this course as prior learning.
A few other trainers offer ‘Clean Language’ as part of a wider course with minimal training or experience, and little idea of the subtleties of the process. Therefore, if you intend to ‘skip’ a module please contact us to discuss your prior experience before making a formal booking.
Our aim is to encourage and support people who are keen to learn Clean Language, and to help them develop excellent skills. For this, a firm grounding is essential. If you are uncertain about whether the course you have attended has given you this grounding, one option is to ‘repeat’ Module 1: a substantial discount will normally be available in these circumsntances.

An increasing number of people around the world are training people in Clean Language, and several NLP courses, particularly in the UK, include some Clean Language within the curriculum.

Each trainer has their own ‘take’ on the material, how best to apply it, and how best to learn it. Ned Skelton, for example, has used Clean Language extensively in sports coaching; Caitlin Walker has developed a number of applications for groups and organisations; Gina Campbell’s background is in therapy, particularly poetry therapy.

Gina Campbell, Caitlin Walker and Ned Skelton are all Clean Language specialists – and where a course contains at least two days of Clean Language training with a specialist, it will normally be regarded as equivalent to Clean Change Company’s Module 1: you can either repeat this Module at a 50% discount, or skip it and go straight to Module 2, where you will be learning how to use Clean Language as a standalone change technique, as well as fascinating models and distinctions which will help you to combine it with your existing NLP and other skills.

There can be other complexities, though – for example, at least one short course run by Ned Skelton blended NLP and Clean Language, so it may not be appropriate to treat the whole of this course as prior learning.

A few other trainers offer ‘Clean Language’ as part of a wider course with minimal training or experience, and little idea of the subtleties of the process. Therefore, if you intend to ‘skip’ a module please contact us to discuss your prior experience before making a formal booking.

Our aim is to encourage and support people who are keen to learn Clean Language, and to help them develop excellent skills. For this, a firm grounding is essential. If you are uncertain about whether the course you have attended has given you this grounding, one option is to ‘repeat’ Module 1: a substantial discount will normally be available in these circumstances.


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