The INLPTA Certified NLP Training

NLP Accreditation – Our NLP training courses are INLPTA (International NLP Training Association) Certified which means they are a recognised qualification worldwide and equivalent to an NVQ Level Four.

INLPTA Certified NLP Practitioner Training – What is covered? – Find out more on our NLP Practitioner page.

The training is delivered using the INLPTA NLP Practitioner Standards 

INLPTA NLP Practitioner Standards

Taken from the INLPTA Website – Requirements for certification as an INLPTA NLP Practitioner are:

  • Trained by an INLPTA registered NLP Trainer.
  • The certification training meets INLPTA training structure requirements.
  • Minimum of 130 hours of formal course room training. (excluding breaks longer than 30 minutes).
  • Minimum of 15 days of formal course room training, recommended 18 days.
  • The attended training meets the INLPTA accreditation competency standards and guidelines.
  • The candidate has successfully met the competency standards of INLPTA of NLP Practitioner, as assessed by the registered INLPTA Trainer.
  • The certificate needs to be signed by at least one INLPTA NLP Trainer, recommended two.
  • The certificates need to have the starting and ending dates, as well as the numbers of hours and dates written on them. And all certificated need to ordered by the international or national INLPTA coordinater and be numbered and sealed with the official INLPTA seal
    top.

General Assessment Criteria for NLP Practitioner

  • The NLP Practitioner Certification process is based on your integration of self-evolving and ecological attitudes, proficiency in NLP skills and abilities, and content knowledge of NLP principles and techniques.
  • The NLP Practitioner Certification process will also be based upon your ABILITY TO ELICIT RESPONSES in the formal classroom setting and informally between yourselves. You will be evaluated as follows:
    • Your ability to work from an OUTCOME FRAME, RESOURCEFUL STATES, SENSORY BASED CALIBRATIONS, and BEHAVIORAL FLEXIBILITY.
    • Your ability to MAINTAIN RAPPORT between yourself, the other participants, staff, instructors, assistants and anyone else associated with the training. If rapport is lost, you have the responsibility to re-establish it and maintain it through time.
    • Your ability to ELICIT the STATES and RESPONSES you are after within both yourself and others.
    • Your ATTENTION to and FACILITATION of ECOLOGY in all of your interactions with SELF and OTHERS.
    • Evaluation begins when you say “hello” and does not end; the evaluation is continuous and on a daily basis. Your skills will be evaluated periodically and suggestions made for improvement if necessary. A considerable amount of your evaluation rests on how you treat yourself, your peers and the trainers over time.
    • THE MOST POWERFUL FORM OF COMMUNICATION IS BEHAVIOR – Integrating the NLP skills and concepts into your BEHAVIOR (what you do…how you act) is the evidence procedure for certification as a Neuro-Linguistic Programmer.

The Assessment Criteria

  • The most critical factor in evaluating practitioners will be their ability to:
    • Work within an outcome frame.
    • Establish and maintain states of resourcefulness.
    • Sort by others.
    • Establish and maintain rapport.
    • Respect and pace other people’s models of the world.
    • Do effective and ecological change work.
  • Certification requirements are the successful completion of the following:
    • Written examination for intellectual competence.
    • Behavioral examination for behavioral competence.
    • Case study documentation or personal/professional application project report.
  • The assessment criteria of an INLPTA NLP Practitioner is based on:
  • Attitude (embodiment of the presuppositions of NLP).
  • Content Knowledge (frames, principles, techniques, distinctions).
  • Behavioral Skills (demonstrated integration of leanings).

Attitude & Behavioural Assessment

As an INLPTA NLP Practitioner, you are expected to demonstrate your behavioral integration and embodiment of the basic presuppositions of NLP

Content Knowledge

An INLPTA NLP Practitioner is expected to know the following NLP content at appropriate levels of frames, concepts, principles, processed, techniques, and distinctions:

  • The Presuppositions of NLP.
  • The Legs of NLP.
  • The Present to Desired State Model / Well-Formedness Conditions for Outcomes.
  • State Management.
  • Rapport / Pacing and Leading.
  • Calibration /Sensory acuity.
  • 7+/-2 / Uptime/Downtime.
  • Representational system / Primary / Lead / Reference / Predicates.
  • Eye Patterns / Synesthesia / Overlapping.
  • Association and Dissociation / V-K Dissociation, Double Dissociation.
  • Meta-Model / Deep and Shallow Metaphors.
  • Basic Inductions / Pacing and Leading / Overlapping.
  • Anchoring / Basic Anchoring / Stacking anchors / Collapsing anchors / Chaining anchors.
  • Future Pacing / Change Personal History.
  • Circle of Excellence / Self Editing.
  • Strategies / TOTEs / Well-Formedness Conditions for Strategies / Eliciting, Calibrating, and Utilizing Strategies.
  • Pattern Interrupts / Submodalities / Analogue and Digital Submodalities / Critical and Driver Submodalities.
  • Phobia Cure.
  • Swish Pattern / Designer Swish / Standard Belief Change (mapping across Submodalities)
  • NLP Frames – Reframing  / Content / Context – Outcome / Backtrack / Relevancy / As If / Open / Discovery / Contrast / Ecology / Agreement / Secondary / 6 Step Reframe.
  • Triple Descriptions.
  • Negotiating Between Parts / Creating a New Part.
  • Simultaneous and Sequential Incongruity.
  • Visual Squash.
  • New Behavior Generator.
  • Chunking and Sequencing.
  • Basic Timeline work / In time – Through time.
  • Basic Modeling

INLPTA NLP Master Practitioner Standards

INLPTA Certified NLP Master Practitioner Training – What is covered? – Find out more on our NLP Master Practitioner page.

Taken from the INLPTA Website – Requirements for certification as an INLPTA NLP Master Practitioner are:

  • Trained by an INLPTA registered NLP Trainer.
  • The certification training meets INLPTA training structure requirements.
  • minimum of 130 hours of formal course room training. (excluding breaks longer than 30 minutes) minimum of 15 days of formal course room training.
  • The attended training meets the INLPTA accreditation competency standards and guidelines.
  • The candidate has successfully met the competency standards of INLPTA of NLP Master-Practitioner, as assessed by the registered INLPTA Trainer.
  • The certificate needs to be signed by at least one INLPTA NLP Trainer, recommended two.
  • The certificates need to have the starting and ending dates, as well as the numbers of hours and dates are written on them. And all certificated need to ordered by the international or national INLPTA coordinater and be numbered and sealed with the official INLPTA seal

Master Practitioner certification requirements

  • The candidate is of INLPTA Practitioner accredited status.
  • The candidate has successfully met the following INLPTA competency standards requirements for an NLP Master Practitioner, as assessed by the registered INLPTA Trainer.
  • Behavioral competency in all Practitioner level skills and the demonstrated ability to do several patterns simultaneously.
  • The ability to identify, utilize and demonstrate one’s integration of the Master Practitioner content, skills, frames, concepts, principles, processes, techniques and distinctions. (see INLPTA Master Practitioner Assessment Criteria list).
  • The ability to do individualized interventions.
  • Demonstrated ability to operate from an ecological framework and philosophy, and to do ecological change work with self and others.
  • Advanced development of flexibility with ones’ own representational systems and perceptual filters.
  • Demonstrated capacity to shift back and forth between content and form as appropriate to the context.
  • Ability to track shifts in different logical levels of internal processing and logical types of descriptions.
  • Ability to facilitate one’s own learning processes at the appropriate logical levels.
  • The embodiment of the Presuppositions of NLP.
  • Multi-tracking abilities.
    Ability to maintain resourceful states for intellectual, emotional, and physical choice.
  • Ability to process one’s own modeling of the world and to re-organize one’s processing as appropriate to the context and outcome.

Certification requirements include the successful completion of the following:

  • Written assessment for intellectual integration.
  • Behavioral assessment for behavioral integration.
  • Case study documentation Personal/Professional Application Report.

Assessment criteria for NLP Master-Practitioner

  • A degree of integration, mastery, and elegance with all NLP Practitioner Skills.
  • A degree of integration of NLP Master Practitioner Process Skills.
  • Conscious/Unconscious Embodiment of the Legs of NLP.
  • Conscious/Unconscious Embodiment of the Presuppositions of NLP.
  • Conscious/Unconscious Multitracking:
    • Multi-Layered Outcomes.
    • Multi-Level Calibration Skills.
    • Multi-Level Conscious/Unconscious Processing.
  • Ability to Be At Choice With the Process of Identification and Self Evaluation.
  • Precision Resourcefulness Through All Representational Systems.
  • Scope of Sensory Flexibility / Perceptual Sorting Flexibility (Metaprograms and Perceptual Positions).
  • Ability to Track One’s Own Epistemological Processing.
  • Ability to Track the Epistemology of Others.
  • Epistemological Flexibility.
  • Ability to Track Logical Levels and Logical Typings.
  • Ability to Process Learning from Achievement.
  • Ability to Establish and Maintain Multiple levels of Rapport.
  • Ability to Separate Process from Content About Process.
  • Ability to Deliver Deliberate Multi-Level Communications.
  • Ability to Deliver Deliberate Multi-Level Communications.
  • Ability to Generalize and Contextualize the NLP Master Practitioner Content and Skills to Other Fields of Personal Interest.
  • A degree of Integration of NLP Master Practitioner Content Knowledge and Skills.

Content Knowledge

An INLPTA NLP Master Practitioner is expected to know the following content at appropriate levels of frames, concepts, principles, processes, techniques, and distinctions:

  • METAPROGRAMS – ELICITATION – CALIBRATION – UTILIZATION – CHANGE – FLEXIBILITY.
    • Toward – Away / Internal – External Frame (with check) / Sameness – Difference (with check) / Possibility – Necessity / Global – Specific
      Time Sorting: In Time – Through Time / Time Orientation: Past, Present, Future, Atemporal / Primary Interest: People, Place, Activity, Things, Information / Self – Others / Task – Maintenance (or Task- Relationship) / Options – Procedures / Convincer Sort: Representational Systems / Time Frames – (automatic, period of time, number of time, every time, never) / Index Computations (internal processing, internal states, external behaviors) / Independent – Proximity – Team/Cooperation / Proactive – (P) Reactive – Inactive / Contextualized – Detailed / Rule Structures (My, Yours, No, Their, Our, THE) / Decision Sort: Looks right, Sounds right, Feels right, Smells right, Tastes right, Makes Sense / Activity People, Activity Things, Activity Systems / Toward/Away Harmony, Toward/Away Disharmony / Challenge – Ease / Context/Content Ratio
  • VALUES (CRITERIA) – ELICITATION – CALIBRATION – CLARIFICATION – UTILIZATION – CHANGE WORK.
    • Toward and Away Values / Ends and Means Values / Values Hierarchy / Bullet Gravesian World Views Model / Bullet McClelland Motive Model /
  • CRITERIA UTILIZATION PATTERNS
    • Generation / Detection / Utilization
  • ADVANCED STRATEGIES
    • Streamlining and Installations / Circuitry Clearing / Nested TOTEs
  • ADVANCED SUBMODALITY WORK
    • Submodality Accessing Cues / Temporal Submodalities / Advanced Timeline Work / Changing emotions through temporal submodalities / Compelling Futures / Changing the typology of the timeline / Multiple Timelines / Spatial Submodalities / Threshold Patterns / Compulsion Blowouts / The Now Patterns.
  • ADVANCED MILTON MODEL
    • Leverage Inductions / Overwhelm / Confusion / Overloading / Pattern interrupts / Fractionation / Arm catalepsy
  • BELIEFS – ABILITY TO DETECT, INSTALL, CHANGE AND UTILIZE 
    • Core Beliefs / Belief Systems / Enabling and Disenabling Beliefs / Organic Belief Change Pattern (with Belief Molecule) / Belief parameters / Degree of certitude / Degree of affirmation
  • MODELING – ELICITATION-EXPLICATION-REPLICATION-TRANSFER-UTILIZATION
    • Model selection / Task decomposition / Model extraction / Data reduction and synthesis / Model formalization / Model transfer / Inside and Outside Modeling / Modeling I and Modeling II / Contrastive Analysis
  • ADVANCED PATTERNS AND TECHNIQUES
    • Sliding Anchors / Contextual Marking / Logical Leveling and Logical Typing / The Disney Pattern / Self Edit Patterns / alphabet edit /walking edit, breathing edit, self generated edits / Decision Destroyer / Meta Mirror.

INLPTA NLP Diploma Standards

INLPTA Certified NLP Diploma Training – What is covered? – Find out more on our NLP Diploma page.

Taken from the INLPTA Website – Requirements for certification as an INLPTA NLP Diploma are:

  • Trained by an INLPTA registered NLP Trainer or Master Trainer.
  • The certification training meets INLPTA training structure requirements.
  • Minimum of 30 hours of formal classroom training (excluding breaks longer than 30 minutes).
  • Minimum of 4 days of formal course room training.
  • The attended training meets the INLPTA accreditation competency standards and guidelines.
  • The candidate has successfully met the competency standards of INLPTA of NLP Diploma, as assessed by the registered INLPTA Trainer.

The Assessment criteria for NLP Diploma

  1. ATTITUDE (embodiment of the presuppositions of NLP).
  2. CONTENT KNOWLEDGE (principles, techniques & skills).
  3. BEHAVIOURAL SKILL (demonstrated integration of learnings).

1) ATTITUDE
You are expected to demonstrate your behavioural integration and embodiment of the three legs of NLP at all times.

2) CONTENT KNOWLEDGE
You are expected to know the following NLP content at appropriate levels of principles, techniques and skills:

  • The History of Neuro-Linguistic Programming.
  • The Three Legs of NLP.
  • Know in detail what your outcome is (and is not).
  • Have the sensory skills to know when you are achieving it.
  • Have the flexibility to change your behaviour.
  • The NLP Communication Model.
  • The filters everyone has through which they perceive events.
  • How an external event causes an internal representation.
  • The effect of internal representations on our state, physiology, and behaviour.
  • Rapport; how to build and improve relationship skills.
  • Matching & mirroring; how people like people who are like themselves.
  • Pacing & leading; how to test whether you have built a successful relationship.
  • Sensory Acuity.
  • Fine-tuning your senses to better understand the reactions of others (and yourself!).
  • The Feedback Model.
  • How to give and receive feedback positively.
  • Well-formed Outcomes.
  • Ensuring that what you think you want really is what you want.
  • An Introduction to Submodalities.
  • Understanding how you (and others) think.
  • Change of Perspective / NBG (New Behavior Generator).
  • A simple tool for solving problems and generating creativity.
  • Language.
  • The power of positive language: say what you want to happen, not what you don’t!.
  • Chunking: the essentials of negotiating.
  • Presuppositions: words that create mindsets (if, but, try).
  • Visual, auditory, and kinaesthetic styles, how to recognise them and use them to improve your communication.
  • Presuppositions of NLP.
  • Keys to personal development.
  • Simple kinaesthetic anchoring.
  • How to “store” your resources (eg. confidence, happiness, calm) and then regenerate the appropriate resource whenever it is needed.
  • An introduction to Timelines.
  • Discover how you personally structure time, and how to place a clear goal in your future.

3) BEHAVIOURAL SKILL

ALL of the NLP skills listed above are required to be behaviourally demonstrated with both self and others.

INLPTA Code of Ethics

  • An INLPTA Certified Trainer shall not knowingly engage in using their NLP skills at the expense of the well being of others and shall always, to the best of their abilities, maintain frames of ecology in all aspects of their NLP work.
  • An INLPTA Certified Trainer shall strive to use their NLP skills for the advancement and betterment of people and society.
  • An INLPTA Certified Trainer shall be proactive in responding to any false or erroneous public representation of NLP and/or INLPTA to ensure that NLP and/or INLPTA is represented to the public accurately and fairly.
  • An INLPTA Certified Trainer shall not train or certify any student in NLP at an accreditation level that is not within the scope of the Trainer’s accrediting authorization.
  • An INLPTA Certified Trainer shall not certify any student that does not meet the INLPTA accreditation standards and requirements for that level.
  • An INLPTA Certified Trainer shall not refuse to teach a sincere student based on race, color, creed, religion, place of birth, gender, sexual preferences, nor any other factor which may be construed as unfair and discriminatory.
  • An INLPTA Certified Trainer shall not in any way publicly nor privately demean INLPTA and it’s registrants and shall always represent INLPTA a favorable light to the public.
  • An INLPTA Certified Trainer shall not use any INLPTA seals, logos, materials, etc. in their marketing or their trainings that are not in accordance with the INLPTA guidelines for their intended use nor shall the Trainer use them if the Trainer is no longer registered or recognized by INLPTA.
  • An INLPTA Certified Trainer shall not knowingly mislead nor misrepresent their credentials, status, titles, affiliation or authority in any way, shape or form. INLPTA does not recognize Master Trainer titles from any other organizations and no INLPTA Trainer will represent themselves as a Master Trainer unless so certified by INLPTA. Also all INLPTA Trainers Trainings are approved in writing by the INLPTA Board of Directors and no INLPTA Trainer and/or Master Trainer may conduct INLPTA and/or NLP Trainer Trainings without Board approval.
  • An INLPTA Certified Trainer shall abide by their professional agreements with INLPTA and the rules of professional and ethical conduct as stipulated.

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