FAQs

Frequently asked questions

 

Is there a discounted price for shorter presentations to smaller audiences?

Unfortunately no.  If Nathan needs to travel from Christchurch for a workshop/presentation, this takes at least one entire working day regardless of the length of the presentation or the audience size of the workshop.

 

What does it cost us to host a public ticketed evening presentation?

If you wish to host a presentation then you only need to provide a venue.  There is no additional cost to your organisation.  Please see the information sheet regarding a ticketed evening on the booking page.

 

What AV requirements does Nathan have in order to present a workshop or public talk?

Nathan has very few AV requirements.  He needs access to a data projector, a screen and a microphone sound system (wireless/hands free is preferred if possible).

 

How do I buy tickets to a public talk?

All tickets are sold through www.eventfinda.co.nz (for New Zealand) or www.eventfinda.com.au (for Australia) .

 

Can Nathan come to our city/town and give a public talk?

Yes.  Simply contact Sharon at xfactoreducation@gmail.com to discuss making this happen.

 

I live overseas.  Can we book Nathan to bring one of his talks to our country?

Yes.  Simply contact Sharon at xfactoreducation@gmail.com to discuss making this happen.

 

Are you coming to talk in our town this year?

The calendar of events can be found on this website under “Events”.  All events are also advertised on facebook and www.eventfinda.co.nz

 

Can I please have some research references for the topics that you talk about?

Check out the reference page on this website for some useful links.  Alternatively use google scholar to access valid peer reviewed research. 

 

Do you give private counselling sessions?

Unfortunately this is not something that Nathan does.

 

How do I contact Nathan to ask him for some personal advice about my child?

Nathan gets many MANY requests every single day from people asking for advice, guidance, references, conversations and general help with a variety of topics.  Unfortunately he just doesn't have enough physical time to respond to them all (although at first he tried!). He advises people to contact your child’s GP as a first port of call. They have contacts for a variety of agencies and can steer you in the right direction to be put in contact with the kind of help your child needs.  

 

I need help with an issue with my child. What can I do?

If you need professional advice, Nathan advises your first port of call should be your GP.  They have contacts for a variety of agencies and can steer you in the right direction to be put in contact with the kind of help your child needs.