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Neurolinguistic Programming (NLP) Diploma [ODL] £345.00

Diploma in Neurolinguistic Programming (NLP)

Course Synopsis
Neurolinguistic Programming (NLP) is essentially a process concerned with interpersonal communication, particularly the non-verbal kind. It emphasises self-understanding, self-awareness, and intrinsic emotional understanding and self- development.
NLP can be used as both practical and theoretical applications in order to facilitate the fulfilment of personal aims and objectives.
This course is for those with special interest in the subject and also for individuals who wish to develop a career in NLP. The course is delivered over ten modules, each with an accompanying assignment. At the conclusion of the ten modules and assignments there will be an extended essay to complete.

The module titles and descriptions are as follows:
• Module 1: History definition and scope of NLP
• Module 2: NLP models
• Module 3: Setting the pace and communication
• Module 4: Values and belief systems
• Module 5: Modalities
• Module 6: Different levels within NLP
• Module 7: The language of NLP
• Module 8: Programmes, principles and practice
• Module 9: Modelling, reframing and change
• Module 10: Specific applications

Module 1: History definition and scope of NLP
This module looks at what NLP is, how it emerged and a brief overview of the principles and presuppositions which make up the whole process.

Module 2: NLP models
This module looks at the different working and theoretical models within NLP and how these can be applied to different situations. We also look at how outcomes are formed and shaped within this module.

Module 3: Setting the pace and communication
Communication is a major component of NLP. This module looks at the different types of communication and how these affect the working models within NLP.

Module 4: Values and belief systems
Different values and belief systems influence perception and outcomes of any task or action in life. Therefore in this module we look at the definition of these processes and how this relates to NLP programming.

Module 5: Modalities
These relate to thinking processes and how these in turn contribute to responses and action. This module will examine these in detail, as well as relating these processes to skills and abilities.

Module 6: Different levels within NLP
This module seeks to explore the relationship between the level on which we behave or β€˜do things’ to behaviour. This resulting behaviour influences our perception and therefore if relevant to NLP programming and delivery. In this module we look at hierarchies of needs and experience, together with timelines.

Module 7: Understanding language
As language is a crucial component of communication, in this module we explore and contextualize the different components and uses.

Module 8: Programmes, principles and practice
Here we look at programme design and different ethical considerations. This module will also explore NLP in practice and what this means in terms of client-therapist relationships.

Module 9: Modelling, reframing and change
This module examines the processes of modelling and reframing, both of which are precursors to the facilitation of change. In addition, the scope of these processes will be discusses in relation to NLP and its limitations.

Module 10: Specific applications
This module gives examples of specific applications and situations for NLP use, and also reviews the course holistically.

Entry Requirements
Basic English reading and writing skills, as full tutor support is given.

Study Hours
Approximately 140 hours of commitment

Diploma in Neurolinguistic Programming (NLP)

What's Included
Unlimited full tutor support for two years

Course Fee

Further Information
Please note that this is an online course and your materials are delivered within the College web site in PDF format.
You will require to have one of the following packages to access your course online:
• Windows: Windows 98, 2000, XP - Acrobat Reader 4.0 and above
• Macintosh: Mac OS X, Mac OS 9.2 - Acrobat Reader 4.0 and above
In the student 'Common Room' you are also able to receive the latest course updates, extra materials and information. You will also be able to take part in the student chat room and forums as part of our online student community.
After enrolling online you will receive your username and password to access your materials within 5 working days. You will also receive your personal Oxford student number via email.
Courses in paper/file format are still available at an additional fee of £45.00 and can be selected below. This service is only available to those students studying within the United Kingdom. All students outside the United Kingdom will receive the online format.

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