Nutrition for Health and Wellbeing

An introduction to nutrition skills for health and wellbeing.

Learners will gain an understanding of nutrients in different foods, how to make balanced meals and use their new knowledge to plan personal nutrition changes.

This course will look at how nutrition interacts with multiple areas of health eg physical, psychological, social, cultural and environmental, some special nutrition circumstances such as allergies, plant based diets, and basic exercise nutrition.

Topics will include macronutrients (carbohydrates, protein and fat), micronutrients (vitamins and minerals), hydration, metabolism, national nutrition guidelines, meal planning, supplements, understanding nutrition labels, nutrition myths and misinformation, body image, media, intuitive eating, health at every size, nutrition psychology and goal setting.

Please note: This course is intended to provide general helpful information for learners and is not a substitute for personalized nutritional or medical advice.  This course is not focused on weight management.

To help keep the cost of this course down we receive Government Funding who require proof of residency/citizenship status. When you enrol you may be asked to provide a CERTIFIED copy of your Identity Documentation – click here for a full list of accepted IDocs.

Key details

Level All
Length 8 weeks/16 hours
Fees $108


Course availability

Term Date Location Time Tutor Availability Price
Term 3 Wednesday 26 July 2023 Riccarton High School 6.00 - 8.00 pm Rebecca Dent 0 spaces left $108.00
Term 4 Wednesday 11 October Riccarton High School 6.00 - 8.00 pm Rebecca Dent 12 spaces left $108.00 Enrol in course

Enrolment into a course is based on first come, first served. Please ensure you are familiar with our terms and conditions including our refund policy. Our courses page contains a summary of all courses we are currently offering. No classes on public holidays.

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