Course at a glance
This course is accepted by ACCPH at Level 3 and allows you to join as a professional member after graduation.
NLP is used to enhance and develop successful personal and professional development. It involves the practice of understanding how people organise their thinking, feeling, language and behaviour to produce the results they do. NLP provides people with a methodology to model outstanding performances that have been achieved by geniuses and leaders in their field of interest.
A key feature of NLP is that we form our unique internal mental maps of the world as a product of the way we filter and perceive information received about our personal environment through our five senses.
This course is for those with special interest in the subject and also for individuals who wish to develop a career in NLP or use its principles in a professional setting.
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Quality Licence Scheme Level 3 Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) Diploma Entry Requirements
All students must be 16 years of age and above to enrol into our Level 3 Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) Diploma.
Quality Licence Scheme Level 3 Diploma courses require a minimum prior learning to GCSE standard in order that students can manage their studies and the assumed knowledge within course content.
Course Study Hours
Approximately 20 hours per unit.
Optional coursework and final examination.
Please note that you can enrol on this course at anytime.
This course has been endorsed by the Quality Licence Scheme for its high-quality, non-regulated provision and training programmes. This course is not regulated by Ofqual and is not an accredited qualification. Your training provider will be able to advise you on any further recognition, for example progression routes into further and/or higher education. For further information please visit the Learner FAQs on the Quality Licence Scheme website. https://qualitylicencescheme.co.uk/
Quality Licence Scheme Level 3 Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) Diploma Course Content
Module 1: History, Definition and Scope of Neuro Linguistic Programming
The first module explores the historical background and emergence of NLP and the concepts underpinning its development. The core elements of NLP are discussed, along with the scope and situational contexts that may be appropriate for its use.
Module 2: NLP Models
Students of this module will gain understanding of NLP models and have confidence in the application of these models holistically and contextually. The module also explains the outcome hierarchy and its relation to NLP modalities.
Module 3: Setting the Pace and Communication
A major component of NLP is communication. There are a variety of communication types, such as rapport, pacing and matching, all of which are examined. The way in which these affect the working models within NLP are explored.
Module 4: Values and Belief Systems
This module introduces an examination of various beliefs and values, and considers their relevance to NLP. Maslow’s hierarchy of needs is explained; additionally various theories of attachment are described too. Their association with NLP is also addressed.
Module 5: Modalities
This module addresses our learning styles, as well as the subject of modalities in more detail. Their role in NLP is explained.
Module 6: Different Levels Within NLP
In this module, the student will gain an understanding of the generic levels of the therapeutic approach. The relationship between the different NLP levels, the hierarchy of needs and timeframes of achievement will be explained. Meta levels are introduced.
Module 7: Understanding Language
In this module, we explore and contextualise the acquisition of language in relation to its meaning and understanding within personal experience and cognition. The uses of language as a crucial component of communication are examined.
Module 8: Programmes, Principles and Practice
Ethical responsibilities of the NLP practitioner will be addressed in this module. The student will gain the ability to structure a generic NLP programme which may be adapted to suit specific client needs. This module also explores NLP in practice and the importance of the creation and maintenance of good client-therapist relationships.
Module 9: Modelling, Reframing and Change
This module investigates the processes of modelling and reframing, both of which are precursors to the facilitation of positive change. In addition, the scope of these processes is discussed in relation to NLP, including its limitations. The module explains the techniques of reframing, modelling and anchoring, which are key to successful NLP practice.
Module 10: Specific Applications
The final module considers specific applications and situations for NLP, with appropriate techniques described for each scenario. The course material is reviewed holistically, promoting the student’s understanding and knowledge of the core concepts of NLP in theory and in practice.
This Quality Licence Scheme Level 3 Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) Diploma course can be used to gain entry to a Level 4 Diploma or higher.
Further information on our Level 4 Diplomas can be found here: https://www.oxfordcollege.ac/courses/accredited-level-4-diplomas/