The NLPAA is the largest independent association of NLP in Australia. The Association was started in 2004 with the aim to create a community, commit to standards and provide a structure for integrity within the field - and continues today to support these initiatives. The Leadership Team is made up of 9 volunteer members of the NLPAA with a mission to make NLP accessible to the wider community, so that more people can experience the enormous personal and professional benefits Neuro Linguistic Programming provides.
COVID-19 UPDATE FROM THE NLPAA
During the Covid-19 pandemic, the requirements to for training standards have not changed. We know there are a lot of training providers who have moved their NLP Training online, and we applaud the efforts to continue to educate people in the skills of NLP. Please note, for an NLP training to be recognised as an NLP Practitioner, the training still requires a minimum of 7 days (49 hours) in-person, face to face training time with a total training time of at least 80 hours. The Master Practitioner Certification is 9 days (59 hours) in person with a total training time of 90 hours. In person, face-to-face means physically in-person with a group and trainer - live Zoom, Skype, etc. calls do not constitute in-person training time. Many of the NLPAA Trainer Members are offering online components to their training with their in-person training to start again when they are able. Please note - if training you do or have completed is based soley online, you will not be able to gain access to membership with the NLPAA. If you have questions, please contact us email@example.com
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Our commitments are two-fold:
1. to the members of the NLPAA to provide ongoing learning and opportunities to connect with the NLPAA Community, and
2. to the public who are looking for reputable NLP Trainers, Coaches or Therapists who meet or exceed the defined minimum standards
This video explains what the NLPAA is all about. Please note, on 1 September 2019, the association name changed from the Australian Board of NLP to the NLP Association of Australia. The video is yet to be updated.