This module aims to provide various behavioral and knowledge resources that will enable the student to deal with the process of personal change and their self-development in the learning environment and to take a proactive role to ensure a positive outcome from their interactions with people, It will incorporate many of the core skills necessary for the development of Graduate Skills. It aims to enable the student to develop better linguistic skills and strategies to facilitate others to make desired change based on better communication, influence and the development of rapport.

This module aims to provide various behavioral and knowledge resources that will enable the student to deal with the process of personal change and their self-development in the learning environment and to take a proactive role to ensure a positive outcome from their interactions with people, It will incorporate many of the core skills necessary for the development of Graduate Skills. It aims to enable the student to develop better linguistic skills and strategies to facilitate others to make desired change based on better communication, influence and the development of rapport.

This module aims to provide various behavioral and knowledge resources that will enable the student to deal with the process of personal change and their self-development in the learning environment and to take a proactive role to ensure a positive outcome from their interactions with people, It will incorporate many of the core skills necessary for the development of Graduate Skills. It aims to enable the student to develop better linguistic skills and strategies to facilitate others to make desired change based on better communication, influence and the development of rapport.

This module aims to provide various behavioural and knowledge resources that will enable the student to deal with the process of personal change and their self-development in the learning environment and to take a proactive role to ensure a positive outcome from their interactions with people, It will incorporate many of the core skills necessary for the development of Graduate Skills. It aims to enable the student to develop better linguistic skills and strategies to facilitate others to make desired change based on better communication, influence and the development of rapport.

Foundation Dietary Educator Practice provides you with the opportunity to effectively demonstrate clinical and public communication skills, through informing and educating clients and the public about nutrition and health promotion. The education you will provide will give clients the tools to make informed choices and be educated around relevant aspects health and topics of their interest. This is not an advice or a personalised service, but a starting point for clients to make good proactive and informed choices to start their nutrition journey.  You are not expected to give reasons for symptoms but general education around what symptoms may be encouraged or improved as a result of certain eating patterns or nutrients. This is an opportunity for you to start providing nutrition consultations as a Dietary Educator before you are qualified in Nutritional Therapy, if you go on to complete your Dietary Educator certificate. 

You will undertake a series of dietary educator role plays.  In addition, you will upload the report that you prepared for one of the role play cases and write a reflection detailing your experience of the process. 

If you have completed the BSc Hons Nutrition Science course you will be exempt from the Dietary Educator Consultation as you will have demonstrated these outcomes during level 4.

“Nutrition education is part of Applied Nutrition that focuses its resources toward learning, adaptation, and acceptance of healthy eating habits, according to one’s own food culture and scientific knowledge in nutrition, all with the ultimate aim of promoting health of the individual or community” Gil A. 2010. Tratado de Nutrición: Tomo III - Nutrición Humana en el Estado de Salud (2nd edition, 3rd Volume). Madrid: Editorial Médica Panamericana, S.A. 

This 10-day Advanced Coaching module is part of Module 1 of the Practice Diploma and aims to enable you to develop a range of coaching skills that should enable you to enhance outcomes with clients, your peers, your personal study, with CNELM staff and other people in your personal lives. This module is preceded by 5 days of Foundation Coaching Skills.

On successful completion of the Foundation and Advanced Coaching modules you will have the opportunity to be demonstrate to External Verifiers your use of NLP skills and if successful be awarded an NLP Practitioner Certificate. The external verification requires an additional 2 days of mandatory attendance. 

This module aims to provide various behavioral and knowledge resources that will enable the student to deal with the process of personal change and their self-development in the learning environment and to take a proactive role to ensure a positive outcome from their interactions with people, It will incorporate many of the core skills necessary for the development of Graduate Skills. It aims to enable the student to develop better linguistic skills and strategies to facilitate others to make desired change based on better communication, influence and the development of rapport.

Intermediate Clinical Practice is the second nutritional therapy clinic training element as part of NTPD module 2. You will either be a BSc Nutrition Science or MSc Personalised Nutrition student, and are taking the NTPD as a route to practice nutritional therapy. You will have had to have completed the Foundation Coaching 5 day course and the Dietary Educators role plays prior to attending this course. 

The module will be very much ‘hands on’ and interactive. Through observation, case discussion, case presentations, role play and ‘live’ clinical laboratory work you will begin to use your dietary knowledge in the context of pathology and will be challenged in a variety of ways to demonstrate your knowledge, understanding and ability to put what you know into practice.

This module aims to refine clinical skills to a level ready for independent professional nutritional therapy practice and compliance with the National Occupational Standards and BANT Codes of Ethics and Practice.

This module aims to consolidate the development of professional skills in preparation for the workplace and to increase awareness of the context of nutrition in the workplace, which may be varied and controversial.  Through development of a thorough understanding of the health and nutrition workplace environments, including corporate, clinical practice and community-based projects within local, national and international environments, the module will provide opportunities for students to evaluate the actions required to attain their professional goals.  This will be supported through the generation of a professional portfolio to demonstrate a range of experiences, competencies and skills in preparation for the workplace and via formulation of a network of contacts and work opportunities to enhance career options.