NLPFUN801 – Experience NLP Fundamentals

Course Name: NLPFUN801 - Experience NLP Fundamentals

This is the first unit of study for our postgraduate qualification designed to transfer you the skills needed to become exceptionally effective in your field of choice.

We frame the Classic and New Code approach to NLP, with collaboration between conscious and unconscious processes, awareness of possible consequences of our choices and the need to respect that everyone has different beliefs and values.

You will develop the following fundamental skills by end of this unit:
• You will be introduced to the distinction between working with communication and thinking patterns, which is what we do in New Code NLP, compared with standard educational methods.
• From the first day, you’ll explore what it means to get on well with other people and discover how our communication is working from different points of view.
• You’ll learn observation and listening skills from different perspectives and experience thinking and expressing yourself using different sensory descriptions, which will result in increased flexibility of behavior.
• You’ll discover how to elicit useful states in self and others and how to keep our activity respectful of others' choices.
• Then you’ll learn to incorporate directed questions to identify and map outcomes you want in the future.

Course Code: NLPFUN801
Course Duration: 5 Days
Training Plans: Experience NLP Fundamentals - $1875.00 ($100.00 payable on enrolment)
23-11-2017 to 27-10-2017 in Surry Hills (10 places remaining)
Description:

This is the foundational unit for learning NLP and the first unit of study for our postgraduate qualification the 10250NAT Graduate Certificate in NLP.

We frame the Classic and New Code approach to NLP, with collaboration between conscious and unconscious processes, awareness of possible consequences of our choices and the need to respect that everyone has different beliefs and values. We introduce the distinction between working with communication and thinking patterns, which is what we do in New Code NLP, compared with standard educational methods.

From the first day, we explore what it means to get on well with other people and discover how our communication is working from different points of view. We learn observation and listening skills from different perspectives and experience thinking and expressing ourselves using different sensory descriptions. From here, we discover how to elicit useful states in self and others and how to keep our activity respectful of others' choices. Then we incorporate directed questions to identify and map outcomes we want in the future.

Assessment:

Assessment Methods include:

• Practical application and demonstration of skills,
• Oral questions and presentation,
• Written assignments / projects,
• Portfolio development and presentations,
• Work-based projects,
• Action research projects and case studies

Assessment will be offered by the Unit and will include short written answers ranging between five and nine questions per unit as well practical assessment of skills by demonstration and live practice.

Entry Requirements:

A bachelor's degree or higher
Or
A nationally accredited advanced diploma or international equivalent
Or
Evidence of five years full time employment in a managerial or supervisory capacity.

Qualification Requirements:

Participants are required to complete the assessment of this unit of competency successfully. Participants who complete this unit successfully will be issued a Statement of Attainment, which counts towards completion of our postgraduate qualification - the 10250NAT Graduate Certificate in Neuro-Linguistic Programming.

Units of Competence:
CodeUnit NameType
NLPFUN801 Experience NLP Fundamentals
Notes:

• Your investment for this unit is AUD $1687.50

• This is the prerequisite unit for all other units of the Graduate Certificate in Neuro-Linguistic Programming.

• VET Fee-help is only available for people who enroll in the full Graduate Certificate in NLP program.

• There is a non-refundable fee of $100 due and payable with your application for a place on Experience NLP Fundamentals. This fee is not part of the tuition fees and relates solely to the application process

Chris Collingwood

Chris Collingwood

Christopher Collingwood, BA (Psych)., MAppSci Social Ecology, a director of Inspiritive Pty Ltd., has over 21 years experience in coaching, consulting and leading seminars in Australia, New Zealand and the United States. He holds the Graduate Certificate in NLP, is an NLP Trainer Assessor, and has undertaken extensive training with the major developers of NLP, including Dr. John Grinder, co-originator of Neuro-Linguistic Programming.

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