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The duration of this course is 16-20 weeks. Guided learning hours are 8-10 hours per week dependent upon knowledge of the subject.
This qualification aims to increase understanding of the principles of healthy eating and the role of food in maintaining health, increase confidence in planning and achieving a healthy diet, provide an understanding of how an individual’s dietary requirements change throughout their life, provide an understanding of food labelling and the availability to use information from food labels, provide information on eating disorders and increase understanding of the role of a healthy diet for weight management.
As part of this course you will study six mandatory units:
UNIT 1 – Explore principles of healthy eating
UNIT 2 – Consider nutritional needs of a variety of individuals
UNIT 3 – Planning a healthy diet
UNIT 4 – The principles of weight management
UNIT 5 – Understanding eating disorders
UNIT 6 – Principles of food safety for the home environment
Assessments are due at the end of each unit. Your tutor will assess your work and build up your portfolio of evidence of learning. A certificate will be awarded on satisfactory submission of evidence of learning for all units.
|Course Title||Understanding Nutrition and Health Distance Learning Level 2|
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The staff have been very supportive they will do anything to help whether it be staying late or putting in 100% to make the lessons more suited to you. The staff have backgrounds in the specific course in which you want to take which helps to get another person’s view on what it’s like to work in the sector and also the course covers all areas of the subject and there is nothing that isn’t covered within the syllabus and modules.
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