ELC Language Coaching Certification®
Transforming you from Teacher to Coach…


The only Neurolanguage Coaching® Certification in the world

Be part of transforming language teaching today!

“Neurolanguage Coaching® is the efficient and fast transfer of language knowledge and skills from the Language Coach to the Language Coachee with sustainable effects facilitated by brain-based coaching and coaching principles and neuroscience.”

– Rachel Paling, Creator of Neurolanguage Coaching®

Efficient Language Coaching® are accredited by the ICF in the USA and have CPD Registered Provider status in the UK, so you can have complete confidence that our courses are externally assessed for quality, good practice and count towards your continuing development and continuing coach education.

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Become a Certified & Accredited Neurolanguage Coach®

Achieve fast and sustainable results by helping your clients and learner reach and maintain a better learning state with brain friendly language learning.

Structured teaching with tracking learning process

Earn more as a Certified Accredited Neurolanguage Coach®

Join a growing global coaching community

Features of Neurolanguage Coaching®

  • a continuous flow of language training constantly interacting with aspects of the neuroscience of learning and aspects of traditional coaching;
  • it ensures the constant awareness of how the brain works, ensuring brain connections;
  • it includes coaching models and tools;
  • it adds the ethical principles of coaching itself, ever present in language coaching sessions, as set out by the ICF;
  • it encompasses an individual needs analysis;
  • it tailors language targets to individual needs;
  • it embraces the cultural aspects of language;
  • it may include professional expertise and have a topical focus;
  • it addresses personal aspects such as client confidence, comfort, motivation and satisfaction.

Rachel Paling Creator and Director of Neurolanguage Coaching®

Introduction to Neurolanguage Coaching® E-Course

How does the brain learn? How does the brain react? How can we get the best from our learner? With all these years of experience and having trained over 500 teachers worldwide to become Neurolanguage coaches, I’m delighted to share this experience with you so that you can also take this information and transform yourselves.

This course is divided into six parts.

The first part is really about this question of why make this transition from language teacher to Language Coach to Neurolanguage Coach.

The second part introduces a little bit about neuro-education and neuro-Educators. What does it mean to be a neuro-educator nowadays?

The third part brings you tips from coaching to really enhance the learning process. What you can do to change your style of conversation from coaching to make that change.

Part four introduces you into a little bit about the neuroscience and how the awareness starts with us. It starts with us understanding the brain. The more that we understand it the more that we can bring to the learner.

Part five explores the top 10 teacher habits, and this is interesting because it’s where all of you will have to ask yourselves – “am I guilty of this habit?”.

Part six is very much about introducing you to the Neurolanguage Community and introducing you to the next steps in the Neurolanguage Coaching journey.

Buy Rachel’s book:

Neurolanguage Coaching: Brain Friendly Language Learning

– why the brain blocks when learning a language
– which coaching and teaching methods are brain-friendly – and which are brain-zappers
– how to harness principles of coaching and neuroscience to give your learner fantastic results, every time.

What people are saying about the book:

Excellently written, this is a clear, concise and reader-friendly introduction to Neurolanguage Coaching. Rachel, as ever, is both informative, and motivating and encourages the teacher to want to move onto new approaches.

…….. I highly recommend it to educators who constantly strive to make a difference in the quality of people’s lives. It’s also great for language learners who would like to know more about the most wonderful, mysterious and fascinating organ – our brain.

Paperback (signed by Rachel)

£1335 plus postage

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“I found the course fascinating. From the coaching style of questioning to allow clients to get the own insights into the language to increased knowledge about how the brain worked, I was captivated for three days straight.”
Gareth Jones, English teacher, United Kingdom
“It was really transforming. It’s a whole new way of guiding people to discover a new language. I already feel the impact of the new approach on my coachees. I definitely see them more motivated and aware of their learning processes”
Gabriela Brugalli Müller, Language teacher, Brazil
“It completely changed my approach to how I work with private clients and how I teach in the classroom. No more going back to the “old way” of teaching languages! I totally feel like a rebel but in a good way.”
Karin Raffa, English & German teacher, Germany
“I decided to look for something new. Something that really helped my clients learn English more efficiently. It also gives me a boost of confidence when I approach new clients because now I know of a method which I can use to really help them.”

Juan Carlos Campos Tapia, English teacher, Peru