NLP Coach/Technician Training
Due to demand, The Princeton Center for NLP is pleased to offer a new course that focuses on the foundation skills of NLP.
This course is designed for professionals involved in professions such as coaching, training or other helping approaches.
This course explores the specific tools and processes for improved communication and personal transformation in oneself and others.
This new course is designed for people who:
- Have had NLP training and want to refresh their basic skills.
- Have been reading NLP books and listening to NLP tapes and would like to explore NLP in a structured way with guided experiences.
- Want a short-term introduction to NLP to “test the waters” of personal growth and professional enhancement.
- Don’t have the time for Practitioner Training, but want to experience NLP training.
You will learn how to:
- Increase observations to notice more unconscious communication.
- Move out of interpretation and judgment and into clarity and understanding.
- Get more of what you want and need by giving others what they want and need.
- Avoid misunderstandings, clarify meanings and reach agreements quickly.
- Quickly and easily establish a connection with people through pacing and leading.
- Clarify your real goals and create a workable path to goal attainment.
- Discover new ways to positively handle things that formerly frustrated you.
- You will learn new techniques to enhance personal resources you already have and naturally enhance any area of your life and relationships.
NLP Technician Coach Curriculum
Content – The NLP Technician training is based on the fundamentals of NLP, proficiency in NLP communication, acuity, calibration and introductory knowledge of NLP principles and techniques.
Certification Criteria – The NLP Technician Certification process includes a minimum of 72 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.
Content Knowledge – This course will cover the following techniques, processes and NLP principles:
|Personal Outcomes for the training||Calibration|
|Expectations (Trainers & Learners)||Eye Accessing Cues|
|Training requirements and criteria||Essential Elements of Rapport|
|Presuppositions of NLP||Essential Elements of Rapport|
|Problem Frame – Outcome Frame||Criteria|
|As If Frame||Backtracking|
|Discovery & Contrast Frame||Present State – Desired State|
|Suggestive Predicates||Index Computation (IS, IP, EB)|
|Sensory vs. Non-Sensory Language||Well Formed Outcomes|
|Primary Representational Systems||Complex Equivalence|
|VAK Predicates||Aspects of an Effective Communicator|
|Model of the World||Submodalities|
|Sorting by Self or Other||The Meta Model|
|Twelve States of Attention||Association/Dissociation|
|Dissociative Frame for Phobia/Trauma||Stuck-Meta-Resource|
|Future Pacing||Verbal Pacing and Leading|
|Altering States with Submodalities||Building Resourceful Internal States|
|Dissociative Frame for Criticism|
Registration is now closed for the 2017/2018 session. Please call to be notified about future training dates for this program.