Nutrition Courses(10 courses)
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.View course information
Help clients decode nutrition science and use your skills to see them thrive with this Master of Nutrition and Dietetics course from Edith Cowan University.View course information
This Bachelor of Health Science course from Edith Cowan University lets you tailor your studies to suit your interests and capabilities in the field of health.View course information
Design the degree you want and build competitive skills with this combined Bachelor of Health Sciences/Bachelor of Arts course from Deakin University.View course information
The 10576NAT 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.View course information
The 10698NAT Diploma of Weight Management from Onfit Training College prepares students to take on advanced roles as weight management practitioners, including supervisory positions.View course information
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Experts say that maintaining a healthy body is 80 per cent nutrition and 20 per cent exercise – so with diabetes and obesity epidemics on our hands, it’s no surprise that nutritionists are in high demand. If helping others to maintain a healthy lifestyle appeals to you, then you’ve picked the right time to make a difference.
There are many kinds of ways that you can make an impact as a nutritionist or dietitian. You could work in the booming health and fitness industry, offering counselling to individual clients or conducting research. The last few years have seen an increased need for community-based nutrition programs and public health campaigns, so there are many opportunities.