Dear Fellow Neuro-Linguistic Programmer...
Welcome to The International Neuro-Linguistic Programming Trainer's Association (INLPTA). The INLPTA Mission Statement reads as follows: The purpose of INLPTA is to facilitate the alignment of professional NLP trainers around the world in the ethical and professional use of NLP through the standardization and continual improvement of the NLP accreditation process.
Pursuant to the conduct of this mission INLPTA has formulated a Code of Ethics and a set of Standards for NLP Practitioner, Master Practitioner, Trainer and Master Trainer Trainings. To prepare Trainers and Master Trainers to meet INLPTA's rigorous standards, INLPTA conducts International Trainer and Master Trainer Trainings every year in several locations around the globe.
If you are interested in being part of INLPTA, then you must attend one of the INLPTA Trainer or Master Trainer Trainings and go through the testing process. This is the only way that INLPTA can be guaranteed of your ability to conduct trainings that follow the INLPTA Standards and that you are in alignment with the INLPTA Code of Ethics. INLPTA realizes that you may already be certified as an NLP Trainer and may have been training successfully for years. You are to be congratulated on this accomplishment. Nevertheless, if you want to be part of INLPTA it will be necessary to attend an INLPTA Trainer or Master Trainer Training and be evaluated. To do so is in no way a reflection on your ability or competencies. It is the only practical way that INLPTA has to determine your qualifications and your alignment with the INLPTA ideals. In fact about 10% of the participants in our trainings are already certified as trainers and want further to upgrade their skills and to align with INLPTA.
INLPTA has members on all five continents who have agreed upon Certification Standards in the Training of NLP. All of its members are NLP Trainers who have graduated from the most rigorous Trainer Training available. They have agreed on standards of ethics, professionalism and competence in the training of NLP. Their syllabus for NLP Practitioner and Master Practitioner Trainings is updated yearly and includes both the classic and new cutting edge developments in NLP.
The first INLPTA Trainer and Master Trainer Training was held in Munich Germany in August 1994 with 75 people in attendance. A second INLPTA Trainer and Master Trainer Training was held in Sydney, Australia in October 1994 with 40 people in attendance. A third INLPTA Trainer and Master Trainer Trainings was held in Toronto, Canada in May 1995 and a fourth in Munich, Germany in August 1995. The fifth INLPTA Trainer and Master Trainer Trainings was held in Washington, D.C. in August 1996. 1996 also marked the first INLPTA Trainer Training in French. The sixth INLPTA Trainer Training was held in England in 1997. 1997 also saw the continuation of the French Trainer Training and the first INLPTA Trainer Training in German. The seventh INLPTA Trainer and Master Trainer Trainings was held in Manchester, England in August 1998 and INLPTA Trainer Trainings were also held in French and German. The eighth INLPTA Trainer and Master Trainer Training was held in Manchester, England in July, 1999 and the ninth INLPTA Trainer Training was held in Copenhagen, Denmark in July, 2000.
Since 2000 there have been over 40 INLPTA Trainer Trainings in the United States, the United Kingdom, Germany, Canada, France, the Netherlands, Sweden, Slovenia, Turkey, Syria, Bahrain, the United Arab Emirates, Australia and New Zealand.
Every year INLPTA Trainers Trainings are conducted in English, German and French and through translation in Arabic.
In 2005 INLPTA introduced an 18 day Master Coach Training which has been conducted in both English and German.Also a blended learning Practitioner Curriculum (mix of eLearning and on-site seminar) was created and held 3 times in Germany with participants from four different countries.
In 2007 we introduced another training concept about learning to learn.
in 2009 we introduced a new systemic constant/ coach curriculum.