Certified New Code NLP Practitioner

The first step to become coach

The New Code is the natural evolution of Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP), developed by one of the founders of NLP, John Grinder, in collaboration with Carmen Bostic St. Clair and in recent years with Michael Carroll.

Register for the next session before March 4, 2021.

Language: French, English, Italian

Target audience: Open to everyone*

Schedule: from 10am to 6pm

N° of participants: 10 maximum on selection

Duration: 10 days

Price : 6’125.-- CHF**

*Participants will be selected based  on a pre-course questionnaire and an interview with the trainers.

 

** The price includes the course participation of 5’625.– CHF and the certification of 500.– CHF. This price is intended for individuals and the training takes place in our premises at Chemin du Muveran 4, 1012 Lausanne. For companies, the price is 7’300.– CHF.

Who should attend this course?

Anyone who wants to become a coach.

 

Life coaches, executives coaches, business coaches, therapists and health professionals, psychologists, doctors, psychiatrists, first aid and rescue wishing to integrate the New Code of NLP into their daily practices.

 

Teachers and educators who want to improve their art, be more effective, implement new skills and practices, in order to help students develop more effectively and see them learn more.

 

Managers and business leaders who wish to move from autocratic management to coaching their teams, to enable them to be more successful, and to support employees in transition to more difficult roles.

An Innovative Training

During this training, participants will learn the basics of the original protocols of Neuro-linguistic Programming (NLP), as well as the basics of the New Code of NLP, which is the natural evolution of NLP, developed by the one of the founders John Grinder, in collaboration with Carmen Bostic St. Clair and in recent years with Michael Carroll.

 

John Grinder and Richard Bandler went their separate ways in the late 1970s. After that, John Grinder recognized what he saw as a series of “flaws” in their original encoding. As well as noticing that several protocols could be scaled down and made more elegant, he realized that the amount of information collected (by stating internal processes, values and beliefs) in the original coding posed several problems:

 

    1. it forced the coach to interpret meaning through his own internal representations;
    2. the client had to reveal the content of sometimes deeply private experiences;
    3. it demanded a lot of the conscious attention of the client, as experience showed that changes were mostly accepted or generated, and then executed by unconscious processes.

 

The use of terms such as conscious and unconscious is considered metaphorical in NLP, in that a “mind” separate from the body is not a tangible neurological function (Descartes’ error). This can be seen as a continuum of attention that goes from what is immediately remarkable to what escapes immediate attention. We can think of the unconscious as the total functioning of the autonomic and endocrine systems, body chemistry, metabolism, etc. being conducted on “autopilot” and normally outside of conscious manipulation.

 

In their book “Whispering in the Wind”, Carmen Bostic St. Clair and John Grinder suggest that learning to create a “partnership” with the unconscious allows the use of “yes” and “no” signaling systems (experienced involuntarily physiological changes in the body) to access new response choices to difficult and unpredictable circumstances.

 

John Grinder observed that many of the people he and Richard Bandler had trained often worked effectively with clients, but showed little evidence of working on themselves. Coaches’ congruence is a prerequisite for high quality, respectful and effective change work.

 

The main difference from the “Classic Code” is that the New Code for NLP works much more with the unconscious part of the person, especially through games (New Code Games) and “state builders”. It leads to states of high performance and induces generative, profound and lasting changes. It’s a solid, simple, and effective way to help a client create generative change. The spontaneous creation by the person of an appropriate response to the unexpected is evidence of generative change. In other words, the client can generate creative behavior that leads to success, through a state of high performance and without ever needing to know what specific behavior he or she will adopt.

 

Rather than changes in behavior, or in beliefs and values, New Code processes aim to access physiological “states” of high performance.

 

Ineffective beliefs and behaviors do not need to be addressed directly. They are simply handled through the use of high performance states generated by New Code games and activities.

Benefits of our Coaching

Experience NLP Innovation & uniqueness

Understand how it works to apply it correctly

Use protocols in all kind of situations

Discover the process oriented protocols

Create connections with your unconscious

Participants will be tested throughout the course through puzzles and games.

 

During certification, participants will take a practical exam and be tested on how they assimilate and use the NLP and New Code NLP protocols.

 

This unique course in Switzerland, composed of three modules of three days each, offers you a certification of Practitioner in the New Code of NLP, signed by Alessandro de Vita Zublena (certified and approved teacher in NLP New Code, accredited member of ITANLP), Federica De Nardi (certified and approved teacher in NLP New Code, accredited member of ITANLP), John Grinder (co-creator of NLP and co-creator of New Code of NLP), Carmen Bostic St. Clair ( co-creator of the New Code of NLP) and Michael Carroll (co-developer of the New Code of NLP).

Next training sessions

Session 3 (French)

Module 1: 15-16-17 April 2021

Certification: 09 July 2021

Module 2: 03-04-05 June 2021

Module 3: 01-02-03 July 2021

Session 4 (French)

Module 1: 11-12-13 March 2021

Certification: 11 June 2021

Module 2: 15-16-17 April 2021

Module 3: 03-04-05 June 2021

In summary:

Training: 181 hours

Residential: 72 hours

Self-study: 15 hours

One-on-one mentoring via Zoom: 2 hours

Group mentor via Zoom: 4 hours

Peer-to-peer coaching: 30 hours

Coaching with Clients: 30 hours

Self-coaching: 20 hours

Certification: 8 hours (1 day)

Our course program

What you will learn:

 

MODULE 1 – Residential (24 hours):

 The Origin of Neuro-Linguistic Programming and the Development of the New Code of NLP

  • What is NLP?
  • NLP Story
  • Distinction among NLP modeling, application and training
  • Difference between the classic Code and the New Code of NLP
  • The New Format for Change
  • What is a model?
  • What is a pattern?

 

NLP epistemology and logical levels

  • How our experiences are created and maintained, how we know what we know: F1 transformations, First access, F2 transformations, Linguistic representations
  • Ability to recognize the transformations of different points of representation and their impact on the mental process at different points of the representation
  • Ability to design interventions and to understand the lever in the epistemological distinction
  • Logical levels and types, as well as our classification of the world, according to John Grinder & Carmen Bostic St. Clair

 

Principes fondamentaux de la PNL

Rapport

  • Build and maintain a relationship of trust through the mirror effect
  • The visual and auditory mirror effect
  • Visual and auditory mirroring
  • “Micro-muscular” movement for non-verbal influence and a deeper level of relationship
  • Alignment, including manipulation of representation systems
  • Create empathy with others and with yourself

Calibration

  • Ability to calibrate in each of the sensory input channels: visual, auditory and kinesthetic
  • Ability to distinguish between conscious and unconscious signals in non-verbal communication
  • Calibrate verbal and non-verbal behavior, sharpening the senses to detect and respond to unconscious signals from others

Representational systems

  • Ability to detect the preferred system of representation in eye movements, predicates, voice quality
  • Ability to quickly and smoothly adjust your verbal and non-verbal communication
  • Overlapping systems to help others have more choice in how they view the world
  • Identification and use of ordered sequences of representation systems
  • Model of “synesthesia”
  • Use of sub-modalities to improve clarity and focus
  • Mapping of sub-modalities for behavioral choice

Language patters

  • NLP communication tools to convey your message, understand others and be understood
  • Differentiation of models in the Milton model
  • Using models in the Milton model
  • Presuppositions and their value for directing attention

Minimum metaphor competency

  • Isomorphic / homomorphic mapping
  • Naturalistic metaphors
  • Metaphors using anchoring to specify to the unconscious of clients the elements of the metaphor that correspond to specific elements of the problem or challenge presented
  • Living metaphors

Anchoring techniques

  • Ability to establish and reactivate anchors in each of the three main input channels
  • Use the anchor in change formats
  • Spatial anchoring (circle of excellence)

 

Coaching peer-to-peer: 10 hours

Coaching with client: 10 hours

Self-study: two videos and three readings to comment on

 

MODULE 2 – Residential (24 hours):

Fundamental Principles of the NLP New Code

Chain of excellence

  • Breathing – Physiology – State – Performance
  • How to use it and when to use it

Multiple perceptual positions

  • The concept of perceptual positions
  • First position of perception, second position of perception, third position of perception
  • Recognize and use the perception of self, of others and of the observer
  • The importance of the “clean” 3rd position.
  • How to “take some distance”, evaluate performance and discover new choices.

Language patterns

  • The “Verbal package” specifying what you want
  • Framing
  • The two specific questions for nouns (who / what specifically?) and verbs (how specifically?)
  • Paraphrase and mis-paraphrase to clarify the alignment of the person’s mind map
  • Description, interpretation, evaluation

Intention and consequences model

  • Misalignment
  • Alignment

 

Coaching peer-to-peer: 10 hours

Coaching with Client: 10 hours

Self-study: three videos and three readings to comment on

Individual mentoring via Zoom: 1 hour

Group mentoring via Zoom: 2 hours

 

MODULE 3 – Residential (24 hours):

Involuntary signals to partner with your unconscious

  • New update of the classic Code reframing in 6 steps
  • Arbitrary involuntary systems
  • Use of involuntary natural signals
  • The role of the unconscious in learning and change
  • Create a communication channel with your unconscious
  • Calibrate and work with the involuntary and unconscious signals of others
  • Work with ‘unconscious intention’, calibrating and working with involuntary unconscious signals
  • Recognize and use SOS (spontaneous occurring signal that occurs in the body) to create an alliance with your unconscious.
  • Create a protective filter thanks to the unconscious
  • Methods to help people dissociated by kinesthesia to develop signals

Choice of state

  • Deepening of the Know Nothing State and its link with high performance
  • The state as a vector of change
  • Access high performance states through the New Change Format

Trigger point drills

  • Use of trigger points with different choices (e.g. high performance state or 3rd position “clean”)

New Code High Performance Games

  • Alphabet game
  • NASA game
  • Alphabet game by touch
  • Croydon ball game
  • Swiss ball game

New code: “state builders”

  • Breath of life
  • Rhythm of Life
  • Peripheral vision drills
  • Sanctuary
  • Walk with X and Y
  • Self-application of New Code protocols

Coaching peer-to-peer: 10 hours

Coaching with Client: 10 hours

Self-study: make three videos of a typical coaching session with three different clients and comment on them in writing. One reading to comment.

Individual mentoring via Zoom: 1 hour

Group mentoring via Zoom: 2 hours with sharing and feedback of self-study videos

Self-coaching: 20 hours

NLP Fundamentals

Rapport

  • Build and maintain rapport through explicit mirroring
  • Visual and auditory mirroring
  • Cross over visual and auditory mirroring
  • Micro muscle mirroring for non-verbal influence and deeper level of rapport
  • Alignement, including representational systems manipulation
  • Create empathy with others and with yourself

 

Calibration

  • Ability to calibrate in each of the sensory input channels: visual, auditory and kinaesthetic
  • Ability to distinguish between conscious and unconscious signals in non-verbal communication
  • Calibrate verbal and non-verbal behaviours, sharpening the senses to detect and respond to unconscious signals from others

 

Representational systems

  • Ability to detect the preferred representational system by:
  • eye-movements
  • predicates
  • voice quality
  • Ability to rapidly and smoothly adjust your verbal and non-verbal communication currently being used by others
  • Overlapping systems to help others have more choices in how they perceive the world
  • Identification and utilisation of ordered sequences of representational systems
  • Synesthesia pattern
  • Utilising sub-modalities to increase clarity and focus
  • Mapping submodalities for behavioural choice.

 

Language patterns

  • NLP communication tools to deliver your message, to understand others and be understood.
  • Milton Model patterns distinction
  • Milton Model patterns utilization
  • Presuppositions and their value in directing attention

 

Minimum metaphor competencies

  • Isomorphic/homomorphic mapping
  • Naturalistic metaphors
  • Metaphors using anchoring to specify to clients’ unconscious mind the elements in the metaphor that correspond to specific elements in the problem or challenge presented
  • Living metaphor

 

Anchoring

  • The ability to establish and successfully re-activate anchors in each of the three major input channels
  • Use anchoring in change formats
  • Spatial anchoring (Circle of excellence)

The New Code NLP Fundamentals

The chain of excellence

  • Breathing – Physiology – State – Performance
  • How to use it and when to use it

 

Multiple perceptual positions

  • The concept of perceptual positions
  • First perceptual position, second perceptual position, third perceptual position
  • Recognising and utilising perception of self, other and observer
  • The importance of clean 3rd position.
  • How to step back and evaluate performance and discover new choices.

 

The Language patterns

  • Verbal package specifying what you want.
  • Framing
  • The 2 specific questions for nouns (Which / What specifically?) and verbs (How specifically?)
  • Paraphrasing and mis-paraphrasing to clarify map alignement
  • Description, interpretation, evaluation

 

Intention and consequences model

  • Misalignement
  • Alignement

 

Involuntary signals to create a partnership with your unconscious

  • n-steps reframe: New Code update of Classic Code 6-step reframe
  • Arbitrary involuntary systems
  • Use of natural involuntary signals
  • The role of the unconscious in learning and change
  • Create a communication channel with your unconscious
  • Calibrating and working with others involuntary unconscious signals
  • Working with “unconscious intention”,through calibrating and working with involuntary unconsious signals
  • Recognise and leverage on SOS (spontaneous occurring system) to create an alliance with your unconscious
  • Create a protection filter with the unconscious
  • Methods for assisting people who are dissociated kineasthetically to develop signals

 

State choice

  • Deepening of the know-nothing state and its link with high performance
  • State as a vehicle for change
  • Have access to high performance states through New Code NLP format

 

Trigger points drills

  • Utilisation of trigger points with different choices (e.g. high performance state or clean third)

 

New code games

  • Alphabet game
  • NASA,
  • Alpha touch game
  • Croydon Ball Game
  • Swiss ball

 

New Code State “builders”

  • Breath of life
  • Rhythm of life
  • Peripheral vision drills
  • Sanctuary
  • Walk with X and Y
  • Autoapplication of New Code protocols

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