Studying nutrition will give you the fundamentals of food science, anatomy and physiology and health promotion, allowing you to not only understand what lies at the core of health, but also how to help others find it. As accredited practising dietitian Bonnie Lau says, ‘Everyone wants that miracle diet that solves all problems. The truth isn’t sexy, but it works: a wholesome, nutritious, balanced diet’. So if the thought of fad diets makes your blood boil, then you should consider getting qualified. Poor nutrition really is one of the biggest issues of our time. We offer a range of different qualifications to suit your career goals and needs, all offered online so you can study in your own time.
The Undergraduate Certificate in Building Health Through Nutrition allows students to obtain a comprehensive understanding of human nutrition and introduces students to food-based science, including food spoilage, food additives, and natural toxins.
Gain specialised knowledge in nutrition and expand your career options in allied health with this online Certificate IV in Allied Health Assistance (Nutrition and Dietetics Specialisation) (HLT43015) course.
This Bachelor of Health Science (Nutritional and Dietetic Medicine) degree teaches a holistic approach to disease prevention and management, with a focus on scientific evidence, ethics and sound clinical research.
Design the degree you want and build competitive skills with this combined Bachelor of Health Sciences/Bachelor of Arts course from Deakin University.
The 10859NAT Certificate IV in Weight Management from Onfit Training College is the first vocational course of its kind, designed to provide students with a nationally recognised set of skills for a career in weight management consultancy.
The 10698NAT Diploma of Weight Management from Onfit Training College prepares students to take on advanced roles as weight management practitioners, including supervisory positions.
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