As ANLP is an independent organization, which is not affiliated with any specific training school, we offer a universal Accreditation Scheme which is open to all certified NLP Trainers.
Any trainer can, if they choose, go through a peer-reviewed accreditation process, where they submit their training manuals and all other information relating to their course management and promotion to an independent ANLP Accreditation Panel for review.
Applicants will be required to demonstrate a thorough understanding of the models, patterns, techniques, and their application in NLP. They will need to demonstrate that they have grasped the underlying attitude and flexibility that constitutes the methodologies of NLP. This will be done through assessment and evaluation.
This program is designed for trainers who require ANLP International Certification. Accreditation and recognition are based on agreement on the Core Syllabus, method of delivery, trainee support prior, during, and after the training, follow up procedures, problem-solving procedures, guarantees and conflict resolution procedures, ethics, promotion materials, and any other issues which may affect the experience, learning, and transfer of skills to a trainee. In particular, ANLP will examine any areas that may adversely affect their good name and reputation.
To apply to be an ANLP Accredited and Recognised Trainer, applicants must submit their training manual, core syllabus, and promotional materials. Applicants will be required to produce at least five testimonials from students trained at least 6 months previously. Depending on the completeness of this information, the Board may request a site visit to gather further information.
When an application is successful, the Trainer becomes an ANLP Fully Accredited or Recognised Trainer (highlighted in yellow on the search facilities)
A trainer may, for any number of reasons, be awarded Provisional Accreditation as a transient step. This will usually be because the Trainer has wanted to gain Accreditation in principle, based on their application, and before the observation part of the process has taken place.