Pilot Project for
Interactive Live Online Training & Assessment


Only here listed members of this commission can use this new project. They work together on testing this, on the further development and on Guidelines, before it will be part of our standard curricula.
If you would like to join this commission, please write in the comment area at the end of this website how you plan or conduct online trainings and send an email to 

The list of Members of this Commission:
Andrea Mills (Germany), Angela Bachfeld (Germany), Arline Davis (Brazil), Barney Wee (Singapore), Bento Augusto da Cunha Santos (Brazil), Christian Hanisch (Germany), Fernando Gil Sanguineti (Peru), Fernando Gil Sanllehí (Peru), Karl Nielsen (Germany), Virginie Vernois (France), Philippe Vernois (France), Sehil Triki (Tunisia), Lobna Al Sharif (Egypt), Katarina Pavliša (Croatia), Richard Bolstad (New Zealand), Kamilla Motacki (Poland), Dr. Nada Kaiser (Croatia), Dr. Vesna Ddanilovac (Serbia), Stephan Landsiedel (Germany), Semsudin Zaimovic (Bosnia & Herzegovina), Evgeny Zolotarev (Russia), Viacheslav Balyberdin (Russia), Marian Zefferer (Austria), Zoran Drobnjak (Croatia), Stephen Paul Adler (Brazil), Maha Zayed (Egypt), Ahmad Abdullah (Egypt), Karin Pätze (Germany), Paula Trigo (Portugal), Mauricio de Freitas (Brazil), André Percia (Brazil), Melita Manojlovic (Croatia), Mohamed El Ghandour (Egypt), Geoff Duncan (New Zealand), Bruce Grimley (Great Britain), Joana Sobreiro (Portugal)

Members of this commission evaluate the use of up to 100% life interactive online training (e.g.: Zoom with Breakout Groups and Moodle) and up to 20% well justified non-interactive online training (e.g.: DVDs, Moodle,... with assessment), and the coresponding assessment for our trainings in NLP, Coaching, Hypnosis, or Mindfulness.

On the IN ICI WHO WSCO In-Me Master Trainer Meeting in Tunis, 22. Feb. 2019, we agreed that this is as well a topic at our next 3 days Master Trainer Meeting in Paris on 11-13 Aug. 2020
There we will discuss binding regulations for the assessment.


1. Pilot project conditions

It is only accepted to use up to 100% interactive live online training or up to 20% non-interactive online training, instead of on-site face to face training for IN, ICI, WHO, WSCO, or In-Me Master Trainers who:

  1. are listed here on this website as part of this Online Training Commission in this Pilot Project for IN, ICI, WHO, WSCO, or In-Me Online Training & Assessment

  2. who agree to inform all members of this Online Training Commission, before they start with the online training, about:
    a) the qualification that they teach in how much % online instead of on-site face to face
    b) the selected content that they teach in which online form instead of on-site face to face
    b) how they do it (e.g.: Zoom, online platform like Moodle,...)
    c) how exactly they evaluate, assess, and ensure that their participants have learned the required content
    d) that they will inform at the end in written form the others about their best practice recommendations

  3. use on their certificates the sentence:
    The training comprised of … hours in … days on-site face to face training, plus … hours in ... days interactive live online training, plus ... hours in ... days non-interactive online training, from … 2020 to … 2020, in strict accordance with the high ethics and quality standards of the International Association of NLP Institutes (IN).
    (or ICI, WHO, WSCO, In-Me - and of course, you mention only the form or mixture that you use)

This approach with being listed here, and the agreement of sharing info and best practice, is important for us to ensure the quality development. It is part of our philosophy to learn from each other and with each other.

When 70 of us meet in August 2020 in Paris we will reevaluate the conditions on our best practice experiences, especially regarding details of the required assessment at the end of an online training and regarding the differences between using videos or DVDs and life interactive zoom training.

If you would like to join this commission, please write in the comment area at the end of this website how you plan or conduct online trainings and send an email to


2. Recommendations

We highly recommend to use Zoom with Breakout Groups or similar video conferencing software with Breakout Groups. In the Breakout Groups people meet in small groups to carry out the group tasks that you gave them. And when they come back from their Breakout Group you discuss with them their experience and questions just like you do it in on-side face to face trainings. And you as the Master Trainer (or assistence resource trainer) can visit each of the Breakout Groups and see how they are doing.
Here a 33 Minutes explanation of Zoom and Breakout Groups:
Here the 4 minutes explanation from Zoom about Breakout Groups:

We highly recommend to use a Learning Platform like Moodle in the background for your Zoom online trainings. This way you can always switch your Zoom to the Learning Platform where you can show your participants the content of your training just like you show this in on-side face to face trainings through your flipcharts or PowerPoint.
If you want to have an individual teaching platform for yourself (with moodle, like this: please contact . His offer for such a service is here:

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