|Qualification||Proficiency Award 2|
|Payment Options||Upfront & Payment Plans|
|Delivery||Online & Correspondence|
Understand the body, the food we eat and it's affects, our mental, emotional health (state of mind), and physical health.
Everyone needs to eat, but sadly many people do not properly understand what they are eating.
Graduates of this course may find employment is providing nutritional advice, food service, food poduction, food marketing, complimentary medicine and allied health or any other food and nutrition related enterprises.
This Proficiency Award 2 is internationally recognised by IARC.
The course is made up of the following 100 hour long modules:
Module 1. Nutrition I
There are nine lessons in this course, each requiring about 10 hours work by the student. Emphasis is placed on understanding the body, the food we eat and it's affects, our mental, emotional health (state of mind), and physical health.
The nine lessons are as follows:
Module 2. Nutrition II
This course is divided into eight lessons as follows:.
Module 3. Nutrition III
This course is divided into eight lessons as follows:
4. Children's Nutrition
There are 10 lessons in this module as follows:
5. Human Biology 1A
There are 6 lessons as follows:
6. Human Biology II
There are 8 lessons as follows:
7. Human Biology III
There are 7 lessons as follows:
8. Research Project I
There are 7 lessons as follows:
9. Research Project II
There are 6 lessons in this module as follows:
10. Research Project III
There are five lessons in this module as follows:
1. Determining research priorities.
2. Planning research improvement
3. Testing the viability of alternative approaches
4. Conducting detailed research into commercial work procedures
5. Developing an improved approach to a workplace procedure
A major research project undertaken at the end of this course will involve at least half of the total duration.
11. Biochemistry I (Animals)
There are 10 lessons as follows:
12. Sports Nutrition
There are 9 lessons as follows:
13. Food and Beverage Management
This subject has 9 lessons as follows:
14. 100 hours of industry meetings
15. PLUS another module of the student’s choice such as Food Preparation, Counselling skills and Starting a small business, or business operations.
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