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A positive and engaging, life-changing experience!

Would you like to learn more about our 10653NAT Diploma of Positive Psychology and Wellbeing?

In this live webinar, Langley Group Institute Academic Director Sue Langley and Langley Group Institute CEO Yulia Zlatkin:

– Explains some of the science of positive psychology that underpins the course.
– Discusses the practical applications and sample positive psychology activities.
– Shares how students and graduates are building a fulfilling career and making an impact with positive psychology.
– Gives you answers about course format, content and enrolment
– Will happily answer any questions you have about studying this popular accredited course

If you’re unable to make the live session, please register anyway to receive a recording within a week of the webinar.

Did you know? Sue Langley now delivers the Diploma fully through virtual live learning, making it accessible to so many people around the world. Our last two in-takes filled in under three weeks! Next in-take begins 22 September, 2020

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Sue Langley
Sue LangleyAcademic Director
Sue Langley is a keynote speaker, global consultant and positive leadership expert. Sue specialises in the practical applications of neuroscience, emotional intelligence and positive psychology, synthesising the science and research into simple, practical tools that anyone can use. Her research – aimed squarely at the sweet spot between emotional intelligence, positive emotions and brain science – inspires people to get the best from themselves and from their peers and teams.
Yulia Zlatkin
Yulia ZlatkinCEO
Yulia Zlatkin designs innovative learning solutions that ignite positive change. Her programs provoke real learning and challenge people to think differently. A seasoned course accreditation consultant and designer, she maps VET qualifications to leadership and personal development, drawing on current research in educational and positive psychology.