This highly interactive training course provides a solid introduction to NLP theory and practical usage. The course covers the history and cognitive basis of NLP, and activities to explain elements such as congruent and incongruent behaviour, language as used by ourselves and others, physical states, the sub-modalities of speech, and places emphasis on linking a sound theoretical understanding of NLP, with the development of real skills. The course is useful for both those with some experience of NLP and those new to it.
After registration, participants on this course programme will receive:
At the end of the course, you will:
The course ends with an evaluation session, in which you will be asked to reflect upon the knowledge you have gained during the course.
You will also be encouraged in this session to create a Personal Development Action Plan, and select activities that you would like to try out in your own classes.
You will also be invited to join the York Associates Community, which allows networking and contact with the trainers and fellow participants from the programme, as well as learners from York Associates’ other courses.
There is also the opportunity for follow-up online training sessions to further consolidate your learning and reflect on how you are implementing what you learnt on the course into your own contexts.
Please note that these trainers might not be the actual trainers delivering your course.
|TIME||Session One||Session Two||Session Three|
Introduction to the course:
- objectives and methodology
- language skills required
- parameters and limitations
|Introduction to NLP|
What is NLP, its theoretical basis in cognitive science and its history?
|NLP in practice
What are the uses of NLP? Identifying contexts of real life and professional areas where improvements are needed
Methodology and principles: Grinder, Bandler et Dilts
Ethical issues relating to NLP
Key presuppositions, sub-modalities, pacing and leading techniques and channels of experience of reality
Modelling skills, building rapport, pacing and mirroring
|WEDNESDAY||Physical states |
The meaning of “induction”, de-stablisation, trance states and trust
|Methodology – |
Milton method, “chunking up” and the hypnotic approach
Meta method, “chunking down” to specifics
|THURSDAY||Practical NLP |
- used with individuals and groups, considering the appropriateness or otherwise of such techniques.
- controlled practice
Congruence (logical levels and channels of communication) Analysis of language used by others
TOTE (Test Operate Test Exit), the generative model, re-framing to change states.
how/if/when NLP techniques could be of use/interest.
Presentation by attendees of situations
Free practice and feedback
|Personal Action Plan
further professional development
Review and feedback.