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(Part Time - Released - 2 weeks)
This course is for anyone who wants to develop a holistic approach to fitness instruction or learn more about nutrition. Students will gain an understanding of nutrition and how food and diet influence both health and physical performance.
Students will learn the principles of weight control, the importance of a balanced diet, the relationship between food and health as well as how to promote healthy eating and how diet can enhance performance.
For this course you’ll need to have basic skills in communication.
How will I be assessed?
Assessment is based on the development of a portfolio throughout the course.
Continuing Your Journey
Once you’ve completed this Level 2 course you’ll have access to further Level 2 qualification in areas including Fitness and Activity Leadership and Promoting Community Health and Well Being. This qualification can also support individuals who wish to enter professions in fitness instruction, personal training, dietetics or sports nutrition.Careers page
Fees, Finance & Funding
The cost of this course is £225. There are a number of different finance and funding options available to you. You might be eligible for special bursary support or extra help from the government. Have a look at our fees, finance & funding page to find out all the information you need.Fees, finance and funding page
Got a question?
Do you have a burning question about this course, or would you like to know more about the qualification you’ll receive and how it will help your career?Make an enquiry
Our course enquiries team is on hand to help you understand any details and answer any questions – whether it’s about applying for the course or finding out about finance. Just get in touch here!
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