What is accreditation?
Accreditation is the recognition that an institution maintains standards requisite for its graduates to gain admission to other reputable institutions..
Although graduating from an accredited program does not guarantee jobs or licensure for individuals, it may facilitate such achievement.
What are accrediting agencies?
The goal of accreditation is to ensure that education provided by institutions of higher education meets acceptable levels of quality.
All trainings are assessed on the three principles of Knowledge, Skill and Action. The assessment is continuous, it begins when the training begins, however there is an integration and assessment time at the end of the course, when participants are set specific tasks on which they are assessed.
Minimum training length All trainings, Practitioner, Master Practitioner and Trainer must take at least fifteen days and contain at least 130 hours.
Standards and Ethics
Certified NLP trainers who give NLP trainings agree to act according to these principles. Ethics and standards do not state the details of what participants must do. They form a framework within which participants are free to express themselves. These principles always act within the context of the laws of the participants country.
The IPDACT is not responsible for the work of its certifieds, nor does it monitor them on an ongoing basis. Certified are responsible for their own work and their own results.