|Nutritional Therapist Training Program
This unique 14-Module course presented by The Nutritional Therapy Association, Inc., is taught over 9 months (fall, winter and spring quarters) and trains students to analyze nutritional deficiencies, balance body chemistry, and help others achieve vibrant health and wellness. The graduates of the Nutritional Therapist Training Program participate in a rigorous course covering such topics as Anatomy, Physiology, basic chemistry concepts, and the science of foods and their nutritional components. They also learn how to identify and address imbalances in the body and how to intervene with nutrition to improve overall health and wellness.
Classes start in September and are held over an 9 month period. Students will meet for a total of 10 days. In addition to classroom instruction, comprehensive instructional materials including student workbooks, reference materials, the lecture series on DVD and the nutritional assessment software are all included in the cost of tuition.
Students will participate in Instructor-led pre-recorded online training as well as live online question and answer sessions that review the video lecture series material. They will have the opportunity to ask questions and join in on class discussions that complement the curriculum. In addition, students may schedule individual phone conferences to clarify any questions. The course requirements include attendance, module based homework, book reviews on all required reading, a community project, outside client/practitioner exercises, workshops, online training sessions, and successful completion of written and practical examinations.
Qualifying students will be certified by the Nutritional Therapy Association. For more information, questions please visit www.nutritionaltherapy.com or contact NTA at (800) 918-9798.