This Stage One six module course is ideal for:
- People wanting to embark on a career in complementary medicine.
- Existing practitioners who want to offer effective and safe nutrition advice.
- People who would like to improve their own health, or that of their family. Although we have just launched a new short course: Nutrition for You which we feel is more suited for this purpose.
Naturopathic Nutritional Therapist
Subject to passing a short test, continue on from our Stage One Nutrition Advisor course to qualify as a Naturopathic Nutritional Therapist by completing Stage Two Naturopathic Nutritional Therapy incorporating Clinical Practice.
- The course may suit people wanting to embark on a career in complementary medicine.
- Existing practitioners who wish to gain a qualification in Naturopathic Nutritional Therapy.
We also have a short two module Nutrition for You course (£95). This course will introduce you to the facts about nutrition that can help you to support your own health and that of your family and friends.
Would you like to acquire and develop the skills needed to become a top practitioner? If so, please read on.
Distance Learning Nutrition Courses
Our distance learning nutrition courses stem from a passionate belief in their ability to help achieve optimal health. Comprehensive technical knowledge along with practical experience of the skills needed to provide effective therapeutic advice form the basis of our courses.
From the very first module our students know how to help a number of common health problems, starting with the digestive system. Subsequent modules provide the building blocks for students to progressively increase their healing skills. Here’s what one of our students had to say:
“I am well under way with the course and really enjoying it, great to study something so easy to apply to your everyday life and the people around you. Thank you for putting together such a great course. The last nutritional course I did was so basic and mainstream and this hits you straight with the alternative perspective”. Josie, Hampshire
Simplicity was the philosophy of Dr Edward Bach, reflected in his work – the 38 flower remedies that ease distress and combat ill health. His view was that everything in Nature is simple and provides all that we need for survival – food, water, air and warmth. Simplicity defines both his system of healing, and our overall aims. We teach students to use as simple an approach as possible when giving therapeutic advice; the simpler we can make things for our clients, the greater their potential for recovery. ‘Finding direction in life’ is the key phrase for the Bach Wild Oat remedy. For many people, the decision to invest their valuable time and resources in learning naturopathic nutrition can be a life-changing experience for them.
Our next application period is expected to be January 2018. Please check back here for up to date information towards the end of the year.