Diploma In Nutrition
Diploma In Nutrition
This course is currently closed to new enrolments.
The Diploma In Nutrition puts students ahead with comprehensive knowledge around different areas of nutrition.
Students of this course will be able to learn scientific and nutrition related terms, food labels, components of a healthy diet, understand the connections between dietary choices and health, theoretical models and dietary recommendations, macronutrients, micronutrients, dehydration, vitamins, minerals,
You’ll understand more about cardiovascular disease, diabetes, cancer, osteoporosis, overweight, obesity, exercise and physical activity, how diet and exercise interact on, distinguish between light , moderate, vigorous physical activities, and identify some of each.
Potential Career Paths This Course May Lead To:
• Executive catering sales manager
• Athletic or high performance coach
• Meal coordinator
• Food scientist
• Weight management specialist
• Person trainer or executive coach
• Operations manager, area manager, regional manager
• Entrepreneur, owner, director, franchise owner
This course will give you the knowledge and the skills to understand the fundamentals of nutrition and allow you to get ahead in the industry.
Whether you’ve been in the industry for many years, or just starting out – you’ll be sure to stand out from the crowd and solidify your experience with quality educational content that this course has to offer. All students will be required to complete a disclaimer.
Digital certificate included in course fees. Printed certificate available at additional cost.
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