A Recognised Diploma in NLP Preparing You for Initiation into the First Degree

NLP Diploma recognised by the American Board of Neuro Linguistic Programming (ABNLP)

  • Presuppositions

    Learn and integrate at the deepest level the presuppositions and beliefs that will support you in being an effective "Practitioner" of NLP

  • Develop Effective Communication Skills

    Build transferable skills that not only support you in your magical practice, but apply to your family, your relationships and your colleagues at work.

  • Effective Emotional Clearing

    Learn time-based techniques to use on yourself enabling you to release negative emotions and limiting beliefs, clearing the way for you to see and operate clearly and in alignment with who you truly are.

Course curriculum

  • 2

    Lesson 1: Introduction And The Presuppositions Of NLP

    • Lesson 1 Introduction

    • Lesson 1 Material - FlipBook

    • Topic 1: The Scope of this Diploma in NLP

    • Topic 2: NLP Definitions

    • Topic 3: The Origins & Development of NLP

    • Topic 4: NLP Presuppositions

    • Topic 5: Respect for another person's model of the world

    • Topic 6: The meaning of communication is the response you get.

    • Topic 7: The Mind and the Body Affect Each Oher

    • Topic 8: The words we use are not the event or the item they represent.

    • Topic 9: The most important information about a person is that person's behaviour.

    • Topic 10: Behaviour is geared for adaptation, and present behaviour is the best choice available.

    • Topic 11: A person's behaviour is not who they are.

    • Topic 12: People have all the ability they need to succeed.

    • Topic 13: I am in charge of my mind, and therefore my results.

    • Topic 14: The person with the most flexibility of behaviour will control the situation.

    • Topic 15: There is no failure, only feedback!

    • Topic 16: Resistance in another person is a sign of a lack of rapport.

    • Topic 17: All learnings should increase choice and wholeness.

    • Topic 18: Behaviour and change is to be evaluated in terms of context and ecology.

    • Topic 19: Cause > Effect

    • Topic 20: Summary

    • Lesson 1 Exercises

  • 3

    Lesson 2: The NLP Communication Model

    • Lesson 2 Introduction

    • Lesson 2 Materials - FlipBook

    • Topic 1: The Conscious Mind and the Unconscious Mind

    • Topic 2: The Prime Directives of the Unconscious Mind

    • Topic 3: The NLP Communication Model

    • Topic 4: Our Unconscious Filters

    • Topic 5: Summary

    • Lesson 2 Exercises

  • 4

    Lesson 3: Outcomes

    • Lesson 3 Introduction

    • Lesson 3 Material - FlipBook

    • Topic 1: Defining Outcomes

    • Topic 2: States, Goals and Outcomes

    • Topic 3: SMART Goals

    • Topic 4: Keys to an Achievable Outcome

    • Topic 5: The Conditions of a Well-Formed Outcome

    • Topic 6: Outcome Questions

    • Topic 7: Outcomes and Beliefs

    • Topic 8: Summary

    • Lesson 3 Exercises

  • 5

    Lesson 4: Sensory Acuity & Rapport

    • Lesson 4 Introduction

    • Lesson 4 Material - FlipBook

    • Topic 1: Sensory Acuity

    • Topic 2: Making “sense” of Sensory Information - Calibration

    • Topic 3: Rapport

    • Topic 4: Discovering the Components of Rapport

    • Topic 5: Rapport & Chunk Size

    • Topic 6: Gaining or Building Rapport

    • Topic 7: Indicators of Rapport

    • Topic 8: Mis-matchers!

    • Topic 9: Congruence

    • Topic 10: Pacing and Leading

    • Topic 11: The Rapport Cycle & Practice Tips for Building Rapport

    • Topic 12: Summary

    • Lesson 4 Exercises

  • 6

    Lesson 5: Representational Systems

    • Lesson 5 Introduction

    • Lesson 5 Material - FlipBook

    • Topic 1: Introduction to Representational Systems

    • Topic 2: Primary or “Preferred” Representational System

    • Topic 3: Representational Systems Physiological Characteristics

    • Topic 4: Predicates

    • Topic 5: Eye Accessing Cues

    • Topic 6: Summary

    • Lesson 5 Exercises

  • 7

    Lesson 6: Submodalities

    • Lesson 6 Introduction

    • Topic 1: Introduction to Submodalities

    • Topic 2: The Effects of Submodalities

  • 8

    Lesson 7: Anchoring

    • Lesson 7 Introduction

  • 9

    Lesson 8: Linguistics

    • Lesson 8 Introduction

  • 10

    Lesson 9: Reframing & Perceptual Positions

    • Lesson 9 Introduction

  • 11

    Lesson 10: Values

    • Lesson 10 Introduction

  • 12

    Lesson 11: Meta Programs

    • Lesson 11 Introduction

  • 13

    Lesson 12: Time-Based Techniques

    • Lesson 12 - Introduction

  • 14

    NLP Diploma Assessment

    • Assessment Introduction

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