Global Standards for Neuro-Linguistic Programming
IANLP presents internationally accepted standards for training in Neuro-Linguistic Programming.
Quality training and professional ethics since 1983
IANLP has established ambitious 'gold standards' for NLP training that emphasize professional ethics on the following training levels:
- NLP Practitioner
- NLP Master
- NLP Trainer
IANLP guidelines exclude any distance learning activities towards fulfillment of curricula. In order to uphold our training standards, only live, face-to-face training is accepted. Please read training guidelines or info on quality training standards and professional ethics in the FAQ section.
Fellow Member Trainers
are authorized to certify their own NLP trainings with the seal of the IANLP.
NLP Trainers who can document their outstanding performance, sound experience, and proven teaching experience of at least 300 hours may apply for recognition of their leadership position in NLP training and may be awarded with the distinction "Fellow Member Trainer IANLP" (Criteria for Recognition).
Watch Secretary General, Ueli R. Frischknecht of the IANLP (International Association for Neuro-Linguistic Programming) on YouTube as he elaborates on the evolution of NLP, how and why the IANLP was reestablished in 1999, and the goals and visions of the IANLP for the global nlp community.
Fraud Alert: Please check the database of our esteemed IANLP Fellow Member Trainers before booking any training or consultation and notify us if you find any membership claims that are unsubstantiated.