This introduction to neuro-linguistic programming (NLP) is designed to guide you through some of the key ideas of NLP in a way that is understandable, practical and useful. It aims to help you understand how your everyday life can benefit from learning and applying NLP skills, skills that can be used in everything that you do in order to improve relationships, communication, compassion and even the way in which you do business.
NLP is the study of how we think and communicate, with ourselves and with others, and of how we can use this to get the results we want from life. It looks at successful behaviours and shows us how we can model these in our own lives to reach our goals.
Once practised and mastered, many people find that they use NLP principles in almost everything that they do. This course explains how NLP works and includes a range of NLP exercises for you to try.
The course will guide you through a selection of specific NLP principles to provide you with:
- An understanding of how NLP works.
- Improved communication skills in your everyday professional and personal life.
- Enhanced personal confidence where desired.
Who would benefit from this course?
This course is suitable for people working in any profession who wish to improve their communication skills, confidence and understanding of the way people behave. The course is also an excellent starting point if you are interested in either pursuing a career in this field, would like to use NLP techniques in your own life or of course, to do both.
There are 2 modules in this course:
Part 1 – Introduction
- How are you who you are?
- Head junk
- Making sense of ourselves
- The mind-body connection
Part 2 – The foundations of NLP
- What is NLP all about?
- Where did NLP come from?
- The pillars of NLP
- The presuppositions of NLP
- Ecology for change
- Goals & outcomes
- Believe it to be true
- Learning to do it
- Perceptual positions
- Rapport & trust
- Representational systems
- Your state of mind & changing states
- Association and dissociation
- Modelling behaviours
- Our habits
- Our filters
- Our metamodel
- Reframing experience
- Values and motivation
- Decision decisions decisions
Time limits – You have 6 months to complete this course.
Assessment – There is no formal assessment in this course.
Certification – Once you have completed all of the modules you will be able to download your certificate of completion, which gives a brief outline of the content of the course.
CPD – this course carries 12 CPD points