Just under three years ago, I attended a NLP Practitioner's course, operated by a company called Inner Compass. Inner Compass has since gone into receivership, although the name has been acquired, and is still being used to sell goods and services. As far as I can establish, most of the people who were employed by Inner Compass are still in position. Hmmm. That sounds like a phoenix company, to me. Still.
Anyway, the Company failed me on the course, for reasons that it was unwilling to go into any detail over. That is, I was told that I was "seeking significance," although what this amounted to was not explained. Now, I don't think people should go around throwing around language, when they are unable to detail what they're talking about, because then it makes them look incompetent, but still.
So, having paid over 3,500 quid, I have no call on the Company to provide me with the certificate, nor to find me a place on another course, as was promised by the then owner of the Company, Andy Harrington, who still consults for the new company. Not within the Law, anyway (but in Equity? Well, that's a different matter). As "Sherry," the person who took my telephone call this morning, put it "your three and half thousand pounds doesn't exist, anymore". Right, thanks for that, Sherry. Actually, it does exist: it's in Andy Harrington's back pocket, and I can quite legitimately trace it all the way there.
So, I am currently awaiting the largesse of the new owner, who, I am assured, is very keen to maintain the good name of Inner Compass. I imagine we'll establish just how keen he is.
The "all new" Inner Compass