INLPA Certification Guidelines
Practitioner Level Demonstration of ability to identify the following basic skills, techniques, patterns and concepts of NLP and to utilize them competently with self and with others.
Behavioral integration of the basic presuppositions of NLP:
- outcome orientation with respect for others models of the world and the ecology of the system;
- distinction between map and territory;
- there is only feedback (cybernetic) - no failure;
- adaptive intent of all behavior;
- resistance is a signal of insufficient pacing;
- and the law of requisite variety.
- Rapport, establishment and maintenance of;
- Pacing and Leading (verbal and non-verbal);
- Calibration (sensory experience);
- Representational systems (predicates and accessing cues);
- Milton Model;
- Elicitation of well-formed, ecological outcomes and structures of present state;
- Overlap and Translation;
- Metaphor creation.
- Frames; contrast; relevancy; as if; backtrack.
- Anchoring (VAK).
- Anchoring Techniques (contextualized to the field of application).
- Ability to shift consciousness to external or internal, as required by the moment's task.
- Dissociation and Association.
- Accessing and building of resources;
- Strategies; detection,, elicitation, utilization and installation..
- Demonstration of behavioral flexibility.
- Verbal and non-verbal elicitation of responses.
Duration of Training: Minimum of 130 hours of training in the basics of NLP patterns led by a certified trainer or a certified Master Practitioner under the supervision of a trainer.