Hello all, 

We have added an exciting new module to our online assessment course. This course will show you how to pass the online police recruit assessment. To view this course and other courses we offer follow the link below:


This blog post will be explaining to you a little bit about module 2 of the online assessment course. Module 2 is all about Neuro Linguistic Programming or NLP.

Let’s start by explaining a little bit about what Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) is…


What is Neuro Linguistic Programming?

In short NLP is like finding the instruction manual for your mind.

N= Neuro. The Neuro part of NLP relates to the nervous system and how we take in information. Your brain processes millions of bits of information every second of every day. The information comes in via your senses through pictures, words, feelings, sounds, tastes and smells.

L= Linguistic. The linguistic part of NLP refers to the language we use and the non -verbal way of communicating. For example, if we say to ourselves over and over ‘I can’t do this’ we condition our mind to think it’s impossible and sometimes we go out of our way to prove ourselves right. It is quite common for people to tell themselves these messages automatically without even realising it especially when we are nervous about something.

P= Programming. Refers to the programme that our brain is running in response to the information and language we receive and process. Programming allows us to change thoughts, feelings and behaviours and add new ones which will become just as systemic and regular as the old ones and much more enjoyable.

What is Neuro Linguistic Programming used for?

NLP is used as a method of personal development through promoting skills, such as self-reflection, confidence, and communication.

Practitioners have applied NLP commercially to achieve work-orientated goals, such as improved productivity or job progression.

More widely, it has been applied as a therapy for psychological disorders, including phobias, depression, generalized anxiety disorders or GAD, Eating Disorders, Addiction and post-traumatic stress disorder or PTSD.

Why is Neuro Linguistic Programming helpful for me and my police assessment?

By using the NLP trance videos in this module you can programme your brain for success. As mentioned above, NLP is extremely useful for achieving work orientated goals and works especially well for exams. Listening to the videos in this module and following the instructions within the trance will programme your brain for success so that you can pass your assessment easily and with confidence.

What does this module consist of?

This module consists of two NLP trance videos. They are both just over ten minutes long.

The first video is trance with music and the second video is the trance without music.

We recommend listening to both and seeing which you prefer. I personally find trance with music works especially well before bed or if you can take ten to fifteen minutes to go and have a lie down and drift off while you listen. The trance without the music can be more helpful if you want to stay fully awake while you listen. You can even listen while you’re doing the cooking or housework.

The more often you listen to the tracks the greater the benefits will be.


The videos in this module are provided by Debbie Williams- one of the countries TOP NLP trainers. Debbie provides a wide range of NLP services dealing with a wide range of issues.

If you require Debbie’s services please email her on:debbiewilliamsjbw@googlemail.com



Thank you and we hope you enjoy the module,


(Director of Academy Recruit Training)