• The ‘basics’ – what are calories, carbs, protein and fats and what do they do?
  • Sugars – which are good and which are bad?
  • Food labelling to show you how to understand labels and what ‘tricks’ of the trade to look out for.
  • Vitamins & metabolism.
  • How to plan and write a meal plan – working out protein, fat, & carbohydrate requirements based on an individual’s requirements.
  • Understanding pre and post workout considerations.
  • Some of the major ‘diet types’ reviewed and discussed.
  • Food types, timing, and exercise types and timings, to enhance body compositional changes.
Module 1 Introduction
Unit 1 Unit 1 - Scope of Practice
Unit 2 Unit 2 - Risks and Roles
Unit 3 Unit 3 - Evidence Based Practice
Module 2 Fundamentals
Unit 1 Unit 1 - The Calorie
Unit 2 Unit 2 - Protein
Unit 3 Unit 3 - Fat
Unit 4 Unit 4 - Carbohydrate
Unit 5 Unit 5 - Sugar Images
Unit 6 Unit 6 - Vitamins
Module 3 Metabolism
Unit 1 Unit 1 - Metabolism
Module 4 Food Labelling
Unit 1 Unit 1 - Food Knowledge and Safety
Unit 2 Unit 2 - Guess the product
Module 5 Environmental Factors
Unit 1 Unit 1 - Environmental Factors
Module 6 Screening & Referral
Unit 1 Unit 1 - The Screening Process
Unit 2 Unit 2 - Referral Process
Module 7 Diet Planning
Unit 1 Unit 1 - Diet Planning
Module 8 Intake Guidelines
Unit 1 Unit 1 - Calculating a Clients Intake
Unit 2 Unit 2 - Athlete Intake
Module 9 Pre and Post Workout Meals
Unit 1 Unit 1 - Pre-workout Meals
Unit 2 Unit 2 - Post-workout Meals
Unit 3 Unit 3 - Carbohydrate Options
Module 10 Creating & Selling a Diet Plan
Unit 1 Unit 1 - Writing A Diet Plan
Unit 2 Unit 2 - Selling A Diet Plan
Module 11 Popular Diets
Unit 1 Unit 1 - Diet Summary
Unit 2 Unit 2 - Paleo Diet
Unit 3 Unit 3 - Low-energy Diets
Unit 4 Unit 4 - Low Carb Diets
Unit 5 Unit 5 - Ketogenic Diet
Unit 6 Unit 6 - Intermittent Fasting Diets
Module 12 Resources
Unit 1 Unit 1 - Resources