The Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) - Level 3 Diploma Course is designed to give students an insight into a range of NLP techniques. Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) is a technique of understanding how individuals achieve success.

This practice is used in a wide range of sectors such as sport, education, therapy and management, and is essentially using brain behaviour/language to influence the way the brain responds to stimuli of the mind to establish new or better behaviours and help to consistently achieve specific and desired results.

Theoretical information is given throughout the NLP course, followed by exercises enabling the student to practice and strengthen their NLP skills.

On successful completion on this course students will receive an accredited Level 3 Certificate Award.

The course includes the following units:-

  • Unit 1 - Introduction

By the end of this section you will know and understand: An introduction to NLP.

  • Unit 2 - History of NLP

By the end of this section you will know and understand: Who the founders of modern day NLP were; Where and how NLP originated; and The main therapists originally modelled using NLP.

  • Unit 3 - Your Role as an NLPer, Including Stages of Change

By the end of this section you will know and understand: Your role as an NLPer; The stages of Change an individual goes through when experiencing change; and How each stage impacts on the client.

  • Unit 4 - The Four Pillars of Wisdom

By the end of this section you will know and understand: The four pillars of wisdom; and How each pillar can aid in a successful interaction between a client and therapist.

  • Unit 5 - The Presuppositions

By the end of this section you will be know and understand: The presuppositions of NLP; and How presuppositions each of the presuppositions affect our behaviour.

  • Unit 6 - Rapport

By the end of this section you will know and understand: The value of rapport; The various internal filters that define a persons map of the world; and How our internal filters shape our own and clients map of the world.

  • Unit 7 - Perception of Your World is Your Reality

By the end of this section you will know and understand: How changing ones perception can aid in facilitating change; and How to open up your own map of the world to incorporate that of the client.

  • Unit 8: Communicating with NLP

By the end of this section you will know and understand: Representational systems; What sensory based predicates are How to increase rapport using representational systems.

  • Unit 9: Eye Accessing Cues

By the end of this section you will know and understand: What eye accessing cues are; Using eye accessing cues to elicit a client's strategy; and Using eye accessing cues to assess congruency.

  • Unit 10: Preferred Representational Systems

By the end of this section you will know and understand: How to recognise the lead representational systems used by your clients.

  • Unit 11: Mirroring and Matching

By the end of this section you will know and understand: What mirroring and matching is; and Effective ways to mirror and match your clients to build rapport.

  • Unit 12: Submodalities

By the end of this section you will know and understand: What is meant by the term sub-modality; and How to use sub-modalities to facilitate change in a client.

  • Unit 13: The Meta Model

By the end of this section you will know and understand: Origins of the Meta Model; The 12 Meta Model patterns; and How to use the Meta Model to expand a clients map of the world to facilitate change.

  • Unit 14: Getting to Know You and Others

By the end of this section you will know and understand: The need to understand, not just your clients, but yourself as well.

  • Unit 15: Meta Programmes

By the end of this section you will know and understand: What Meta Programs are; How to assess what Meta Programs your client is using and How to use Meta Programs to increase rapport.

  • Unit 16: Personalities

By the end of this section you will know and understand: How our personality develops; and The different personality traits that can be exhibited by clients.

  • Unit 17: What do People Value

By the end of this section you will know: How our values effect our motivation; and How our personality links with our values.

  • Unit 18: Developing Your Life's Purpose

By the end of this section you will know and understand: How having a life's purpose can motivate us to overcome difficulties; and How having a life's purpose can aid in recovery.

  • Unit 19: Logical Levels and Identifying Change

By the end of this section you will know and understand: How logical levels impact change.

  • Unit 20: Setting POWERful Goals

By the end of this section you will know and understand: The benefits of setting POWERful goals; and How to set POWERful goals for yourself and your clients.

  • Unit21: NLP Toolbox Introduction

A series of activities based upon: Fast Mental Reprogramming; Swish Pattern; Changing Personal History; Anchoring; Visualisation; The Meta Model; Fast Phobia Cure; Metaphors; Circle of Excellence; and Pain Management.

Prerequisites:

There is no prior learning knowledge or experience required to take this course.

Course Duration & Support:

Students may register at any time and have a full year to complete their studies. As the course is self study you can complete in as little or as long a time as you prefer. You also have access to a personal tutor by mail or email for a 12 month period and our student support team are also available for any other queries that you may have whilst completing your course.

Assessment:

Theoretical information is provided throughout the NLP Diploma course, followed by a series of exercises enabling the learner to practice and consolidate the skills of NLP. All exercises for each module and the activities in the NLP toolbox must be submitted to complete this course.

Certification:

NCFE On successful completion of this course students will be awarded a Neuro-Linguistic Programming Certificate of Achievement by NCFE.

The course measurable learning outcomes have been benchmarked at Level 3 (using Ofqual’s Qualification and Credit Framework (QCF) level descriptors) to allow you to consider the depth of study, difficulty, and level of achievement involved.

Further information about Ofqual’s Qualification & Credit Framework level descriptors can be found at http://www.ofqual.gov.uk/qualifications-and-assessments/qualification-frameworks/levels-of-qualifications/.

NCFE is recognised as an Awarding Organisation by the qualification regulators for England, Wales and Northern Ireland, who are: the Office of the Qualifications and Examinations Regulator (Ofqual) in England, the Welsh Government, and the Council for Curriculum, Examinations and Assessment (CCEA) in Northern Ireland.

NCFE accreditation gives assurance that the content of a training course is of a high standard and meets the rigorous requirements of a national awarding organisation. NCFE accreditation also gives formal recognition to courses which result in the award of a certificate of achievement but does not qualify you for a nationally recognised qualification. This course has been accredited under NCFE IIQ Licence by NCC which has been approved as an NCFE Investing in Quality (IIQ) centre to give formal recognition to our courses. We have designed our training courses specifically to meet the needs of learners who prefer to study from home.

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