Providing Nutritional Advice to Your Clients








Last updated on March 3, 2024 7:28 pm

Understand when it’s right to give nutritional advice to your fitness clients, and when this guidance goes beyond your remit with this course from CQUniversity.

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Who is the course for?

This course will suit you if you’re a non-medical professional looking to upskill in the areas of nutrition and fitness. It will be particularly useful if you are an existing personal trainer or fitness leader.

If you want to explore this subject further, you may be interested in these courses, from the same provider, that share the same overall learning outcomes:

Personal Trainer’s Toolkit: Client Onboarding and Fitness Testing

Personal Trainer’s Toolkit: Build an Outdoor Fitness Business

Personal Trainer’s Toolkit: Mental Health First Aid for Fitness Trainers

Personal Trainer’s Toolkit: Developing Fitness Programs for Older People

Personal Trainer’s Toolkit: Build a Health and Fitness Business Network

Personal Trainer’s Toolkit: Workplace Health and Safety in a Fitness Setting

Personal Trainer’s Toolkit: Building a Fitness Community, Client Retention for Trainers

What will you achieve?

By the end of the course, you‘ll be able to…

Explain your scope of practice in providing nutritional advice to clients.

Identify referral pathways to accredited professionals for nutritional advice for clients.

Identify appropriate sources for nutritional advice to provide to clients.

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