Welcome to NLP

This exciting diploma level course designed for the newcomer to the field who is looking for a more in depth experience than your standard introductory course.

At this action packed five day course you will learn the core applications of NLP and how to apply NLP in different areas of your life. You will receive a diploma in Core NLP skills upon your successful completion of the course.

This NLP Core Skills Diploma is also the module I of the NLP Academy NLP Practitioner program

Did you know?

If you decide later to study and certify as an NLP Practitioner you will only have to study Module II on the basis you will have already completed Module I through your Core Skills Diploma.

Just imagine ...

Having NLP tools at your fingertips enabling you to create a bright new future for you to truly flourish in. Imagine being able to easily breakthrough barriers and orchestrate and actualise really appealing goals.

You will integrate masterful communication skills, where you can read non- verbal behaviour (body language and voice tone) so you find it easy to be more influential. Just suppose you could become a fantastic communicator and build rapport with everyone including the most difficult of people.

You will achieve all of this and much more at the NLP Core Skills Diploma Course ...

Course objectives

For people to have a highly practical experience of learning how to apply core NLP Patterns into their lives' for more effective communication, personal success and creating more choices in life.

Easily achieve personal outcomes
Intention, attention and focus with outcomes
Setting the frame to direct attention in group and individual contexts

Calibration of verbal and non-verbal behaviour
Explicit mirroring to develop rapport
Micro muscle mirroring for non-verbal influence and deeper levels of rapport
Cross over mirroring - subtle out of conscious body and tone mirroring for influence and leading
Leading and interaction

Recognising and utilising perception of self, other and observer
How to step back and evaluate performance and discover new choices
Creating empathy and learnings

The verbal and non-verbal components of visual, auditory and kinesthetic representational systems
Overlapping systems to help others have more choice in how they perceive the world
Reading non-verbal accessing cues, including eye patterns, tonal and body language shifts

The building blocks of human experience and how we code different behaviours
Utilising submodalities for increased clarity and focus
Mapping submodalities for behavioural choice
Classic anchoring formats for collapsing unresourceful states and stabilising new resourceful states

Developing rapport with the conscious and unconscious mind
Detecting, eliciting and utilising involuntary signals in self and other
Introduction to New Code NLP philosophy and change models

Meta Model: Syntactic questioning to ensure precise communication
The Milton Model: hypnotic language to layer change
Verbal Package: specifying what you want
Framing: paraphrasing, misdirection and provocation