This diploma is designed to explore Neurolinguistic Programming. 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. You will learn about how internal mental maps and model outstanding performances.
- Students will have an opportunity to learn about NLP in depth as well as he history and background
- To review pace and communication as well as NLP models
- Look at different values and belief systems in relation to NLP
- A review of how to use different aspects of Neurolinguistic Programming
This course consists of Ten Units and is a qualification awarded by Oxford Learning College, in its own right; with the quality assurance of a leading awarding body (CIE Global) that hallmarks this professional qualification.
Assessment Objectives (AO)
Students must select and demonstrate clearly relevant knowledge and understanding through the use of evidence, examples and correct language and terminology appropriate to the course of study. This assessment, involves two written assignments: one halfway through the course and following the final unit. Both are assessed and graded by the assigned tutor, according to college procedures.
Students must critically evaluate and justify a point of view through the use of evidence and reasoned argument. Students can include evidence in different formats to support their written work such as documentation or images to support their course.
Quality of Written Communication (QWC)
In addition, OLC require students’ to produce written material in English, candidates must: ensure that text is legible and that spelling, punctuation and grammar (SPG) are accurate so that meaning is clear; select and use a form and style of writing appropriate to studying a complex subject matter; organise information clearly and coherently, using specialist vocabulary when appropriate and Harvard referencing of citation and sources. In this Specification, SPG will be assessed in all tutor marked assignments (TMAs)
To ensure that we maintain quality standards; all our students written assignments are subject to our plagiarism policy and procedure.
The whole level three diploma has TEN (10) specific units of study, which are sub-divided into topic areas these are:
Unit 1: History, definition and scope of NLP
In this unit you will learn about 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.
Unit 2: NLP models
Within this unit you will explore and gain understanding of NLP models and have confidence in the application of these models holistically and contextually.
Unit 3: Setting the pace and communication
Through this unit you will be able to review the major component of NLP which is communication. You will learn how there are a variety of communication types, such as rapport, pacing and matching, all of which are examined within this unit.
Unit 4: Values and belief systems
Here you will discover and examine the various beliefs and values, and considers their relevance to NLP. You will research Maslow’s hierarchy of needs is explained; additionally various theories of attachment are described too.
Unit 5: Modalities
In this unit you will learn how to addresses our learning styles, as well as the subject of modalities in more detail.
Unit 6: Different levels within NLP
You will explore the presentation of generic levels of the therapeutic approach. The relationship between the different NLP levels, the hierarchy of needs and timeframes of achievement will be explained.
Unit 7:Understanding language
This unit allows you to explore and contextualise the acquisition of language in relation to its meaning and understanding within personal experience and cognition.You will review the various types of communication component within this unit also.
Unit 8: Programmes, principles and practice
Here you will gain knowledge of ethical responsibilities of the NLP practitioner. You will gain the ability to structure a generic NLP programme which may be adapted to suit specific client needs.
Unit 9: Modelling, reframing and change
This unit explains the techniques of reframing, modelling and anchoring, which are key to successful NLP practice. You will refer to modelling and framing in relation to change.
Unit 10: Specific applications
In this final unit you will review what skill you have learnt through the previous unit and put into your knowledge into this last unit. Here you will review appropriate techniques described for each scenario.
The coursework is assessed through continuous assessment with no formal exit examinations. Through assessment you will cover certain criteria such as:
- Theoretical Knowledge/ Understanding
- Practical Implications
- Integration of Theory and Practice.
The course has TWO Tutor Marked Assignment (TMA); which are graded: Pass or Fail. The grading procedure if Pass or Fail. Your grade will depend upon if the criteria set ha been met and the decision of your tutor. If you Fail an assessment you have the opportunity to amend where your tutor has highlighted and resubmit.
Study Hours (Per Unit)
Approximately: 20 hours personal study time per unit, which is supported by the ODL Course Tutor, but we greatly encouraged students to access support from their tutor throughout the course.
The whole course MUST be completed and both assignments graded PASS to gain the “Oxford Learning College Level Three Diploma in Neurolinguistic Programming”
Course Fee: £850.00 Fees can be paid by instalments.
Entry to this level three course requires that potential students have gained GCSE/IGCSE or equivalent qualifications and have, good English oral, reading and writing skills.
Advice on enrolment and guidance of prior learning (APL) can be obtained through out contact centre. The course is a rolling programme and can be started at any point in the year. Successful students can go on to Higher Education, including remaining as students at OLC to complete courses in our portfolio of higher awards.
This course has been developed by the College’s professional team of tutors to meet the needs of sector based employers and employees. It is also part of the College’s validated level three Diplomas’, recognised internationally, as verified and moderated Centre for Interactive Education (CIE Global). Further details of our accreditations are provided on our website.