Raimon Samsó – Director of the Institute of Experts
Developing high impact and innovative training schemes as Director of the Institute of Experts, Raimon Samsó is well-versed in Mind Mapping techniques. As such, it was no surprise that Raimon set taking a ThinkBuzan Licensed Instructor (TLI) in Mind Mapping course as one of his goals for 2015. Having successfully completed the course and now as an accredited TLI, Raimon kindly shared his experience during the course earlier this year.
Across 4 days, the ThinkBuzan Licensed Instructor course provides delegates with the opportunity to amass Mind Mapping tips and techniques celebrated globally. In addition to this, the course covers an array of versatile and creative skills. Learning from the leaders in the Mind Mapping field, the ThinkBuzan Licensed Instructor courses offer an unparalleled platform to learn new skills, make new contacts and have fun!
With access to ThinkBuzan’s resources, TLIs across the world are able to teach cutting edge techniques whilst gaining new friends and experience along the way. As well as being a great way to help others, becoming a TLI is also a great opportunity to earn money as you teach. As you develop as an instructor ThinkBuzan aims to grow with you, providing support for your training queries and helping with resources. This means that we can maximise your potential to become a recognised instructor, as well as your potential to earn.
The TLI course has certainly benefited Raimon, who has begun selling seats for his second ThinkBuzan Practitioner course in Barcelona this October – following this he plans to organise at least 2 seminars a year in Spain.
With numerous TLI courses running across the globe, chances are you are never far away from the opportunity to become an accredited instructor.
If you would like to learn more, or find a course near you take a look at our training page for more information.
ThinkBuzan would like to thank Raimon for letting us know about his time during the TLI course and for giving an insight into what he has been up to as a newly accredited TLI.← How iMindMap can help with autism and epilepsy How to break out of the summer slump →