CRITERIA FOR NLP PRACTITIONER TRAINING CERTIFICATION

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The NLP Practitioner Training 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 Training Certification process will also be based upon your ABILITY TO ELICIT RESPONSES in the formal classroom setting as well as informally between yourselves. You will be evaluated as follows:

  1. Your ability to work from an OUTCOME FRAME, RESOURCEFUL STATES, SENSORY BASED CALIBRATIONS, and BEHAVIOURAL FLEXIBILITY.
  2. 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.
  3. Your ability to ELICIT the STATES and RESPONSES you
    are after within both yourself and others.
  4. Your ATTENTION to and FACILITATION of ECOLOGY in all of your interacti
    ons 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 BEHAVIOUR
Integrating the NLP skills and concepts into your BEHAVIOUR (what you do…how you act) is the evidence procedure for certification as a Neuro-Linguistic Programmer.

Requirements for certification as a NLP Practitioner Training are:
Trained by a certified and registered NLP Trainer
Seven days training
The assessment criteria for the competency of a NLP Practitioner are based on:

ATTITUDE (embodiment of the presuppositions of NLP)
CONTENT KNOWLEDGE (frames, principles, techniques, distinctions)
BEHAVIOURAL SKILLS (demonstrated integration of learning’s)

1) ATTITUDE

2) CONTENT KNOWLEDGE

A NLP Practitioner is expected to know the NLP Content at appropriate levels of frames, principles, techniques and distinctions:

As a NLP Practitioner you are expected to demonstrate your behavioural integration and embodiment of the basic presuppositions of NLP at all times.

• The Presuppositions of NLP
• The Present to Desired State Model
• Well Formedness Conditions for Outcomes
• Pacing and Leading
• Sensory acuity
• Uptime/Downtime
• Predicates
• Synaesthesia
• 4-tuple, 6-tuple
• V-K Dissociation
• Meta-Model
• Metaphors
• Pacing and Leading
• Anchoring
• Collapsing anchors
• Future Pacing

• Strategies
• Well Formedness Conditions for Strategies
• Eliciting, Calibrating and Utilising Strategies
• Submodalities
• Analogue and Digital submodalities
• Critical and Driver submodalities
• Belief Change
• Backtrack frame
• As If frame
• Discovery frame
• Ecology frame
• Secondary Gain
• Reframing
• 6 Step reframe
• Simultaneous and Sequential Incongruity

3) BEHAVIOURAL COMPETENCE

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

State management – ability to
• Access, elicit, and maintain any state as appropriate to the context
• Change and maintain any state as appropriate to the context
• Access and maintain supportive internal dialogue and external language patterns
• Access and maintain supportive internal images
• Access and maintain supportive physiologies

Ability to separate process from content (alter consciousness to go Meta)
• Ability to shift consciousness to external or internal as required by the task at hand.
• Demonstration of ability to use NLP techniques on self and others.

Ability to associate and disassociate as appropriate.
• Ability to Establish and Maintain Rapport
• ability to pace and lead (VAKAd)
• ability to match and mirror (VAKAd)
• whole body
• part body
• crossover mirroring

Ability to Detect and Utilise Representational Systems
• Primary
• Lead
• Reference
• Synaesthesia
• Ability to Meta Model
• self
• others
• ability to distinguish between sensory specific and non-specific language

Anchoring Skills
• basic anchoring in all representational systems (Visual- Auditory – Kinaesthetic – Auditory Digital – VAKAd)
• Collapsing Anchors
• Chaining Anchors
• Future Pacing
• Change Personal History
• Circle of Excellence

Ability to do Reframing Patterns
• Content
• Context
• 6 step
• Spatial
• Visual Squash

Ability to do Submodality Work
• basic elicitations working with critical and driver submodalities
• basic mapping across
• standard belief change
• swish patterns
• phobia cure
• designer swish
• basic timeline work

Ability to work within these Frames as appropriate

• Agreement Frame
• Responsibility/Choice Frame
• Relevancy Frame
• Backtrack Frame
• Discovery Frame
• 3 Legs of NLP
• Act as If Frame
• Presuppositions of NLP
• Present State to Desired
• Unconscious/Behavioural
• State model
• Competence

Ability to shift between process, form and content as appropriate.
• Chunking up, down and laterally in internal processes and language patterns.
• Sensory Acuity Development
• Behavioural flexibility throughout all representational systems
• Accessing split consciousness for multi-tracking
• Accessing Uptime and Downtime as appropriate to the context
• Ability to Calibrate Non-verbal Cues
• self
• others

Ability to Detect and Work With Incongruity
• simultaneous incongruity
• sequential incongruity
• within self
• within others
• Ability to Establish a Well Formed Outcome
• self
• others
• ability to work from a Present to Desired State model
• Ability to Work From and Maintain Ecology Frames
• Ability to Ecology Check

Ability to do Milton Model Work
• Ability to Create Metaphors

Ability to Work With Strategies
• Ability to Elicit, Detect and Utilise TOTEs
• Ability to Detect, Install, Separate and Utilise Synaesthesia patterns
• Ability to Design a Well Formed Strategy Ability to do Effective and Ecological Pattern Interrupts

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