Date published: 09/11/2017

Level 2 Community Food and Nutrition Skills Course (3 credits)poster

NUTRITION SKILLS FOR LIFE is a programme of quality assured nutrition skills training and initiatives developed and co-ordinated by dietitians working in the NHS in Wales.

The programme aims to support a wide range of community workers, including those from health, social care and third sector organisations to promote healthy eating and incorporate food and nutrition skills into their work.

The programme aims to reach community groups who may not have the confidence to prepare and eat a healthy balanced diet. By training those who work closely with, and understand the needs of local people, the programme successfully supports communities across Wales to learn more about healthy eating.

The course aims to equip participants with the nutrition knowledge and skills to cascade evidence based, consistent food and nutrition messages to community groups they work with.

It is suitable for:

  • Those intending to deliver Level 1 accredited courses;
  • Those intending to deliver Foodwise for Life community weight management programmes;
  • A range of staff working with community groups e.g. Leisure centre, Communities First and Families First staff, teachers and teaching assistants, youth workers, foster carers.

Read more here >>>

Courses will be run in November and December. 

For further details call Gaynor, Dietetic Support Worker. T: 01639 683187.


Return to news list
Bookmark and Share