Accreditation Criteria and Core Requirements

All NLP Professionals who wish to receive ANLP Accreditation are expected to meet the following minimum Criteria and Core Requirements

Accreditation Criteria and Core Requirements

All NLP Professionals who wish to receive ANLP Accreditation are expected to meet the following minimum Criteria and Core Requirements:

  • To deliver core NLP courses ie Diploma, Practitioner or Master Practitioner, the training provider must hold an NLP Trainers certificate.

Upon successful application, you will become an ‘ANLP Accredited Trainer’ and will be able to deliver ‘ANLP Accredited Courses’

  • To deliver an ANLP accredited NLP related course, the training provider must be qualified themselves to at least Master Practitioner level and either have a teaching or training qualification that relates to their subject, or be qualified to train through prior learning and experience relevant to the courses they are proposing to deliver.

Upon successful application, you will be able to deliver ‘ANLP Accredited Courses’.

  • All ANLP accredited courses must have at least one method for monitoring and evaluating the progress of their students*. These will vary from course to course and can include any one of the following evaluation methods (please note that this list is not exhaustive, and other evaluation methods not specifically listed are also acceptable)

  • Practical assignments and projects

  • Formal tests and assessments

  • Presentations

  • Keeping a diary of learning points

  • Undertaking a project

  • Case studies

  • Reflective learning journal

  • Feedback notes

  • Ongoing practice outside of formal training

  • Observations of practical exercises

To qualify for ANLP accreditation, core NLP courses must be of the following minimum duration

  • Diploma course – 20 hours face to face training
  • Practitioner course - 50 hours face to face training
  • Master Practitioner course - 80 hours face to face training

*The ANLP Accreditation Programme includes an ongoing commitment to submit annually a pre-agreed sample of monitoring and evaluation assessment evidence to ANLP, in order to maintain Accreditation.

For more detailed information about the ANLP Accreditation Programme, please visit our ANLP Accreditation Programme Page

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