The Canadian School of Natural Nutrition Edmonton (with classroom and virtual classroom formats) is pleased to provide the new Natural Nutrition Diploma Program with Enhanced Clinical Studies (ECS).
How does it differ from the Natural Nutrition Program?
All other curriculum hours, corequisites, and culinary program hours are the same as the original Natural Nutrition Program. Both programs provide a strong foundation for a career in the holistic nutrition industry.
The Enhanced Clinical Studies component could be right for you if:
Currently, the original Natural Nutrition Diploma Program requires independent clinical hours outside of the classroom, where the student completes 10 case studies on volunteer clients at home in their own time frame. Some students have expressed a desire for extra support with guided clinical supervision with a practitioner; CSNN Edmonton will provide that in the classroom with extra hours of clinical, practical and culinary per week.
Students in this program will benefit from the unique hybrid learning environment of virtual plus in-class.
This will be supervised by a Certified Holistic Nutritional Consultant, a Naturopathic Doctor or a qualified instructor and will give the student needed guidance and an opportunities for hands on experience. This will enable the student to complete their 10 requisite case studies in the classroom, as opposed to independently at home.
Enhanced Clinical Studies also adds additional hours that can help make your career launch successful, including courses such as Marketing, Bookkeeping & Taxes, Business Plans and Starting Your Business.
In addition, you receive the Holistic Culinary Certificate in our virtual online kitchen.
Schedules will differ, depending if you are taking the 27 week program or the 46 week program.
27 week program (full time studies*)
48 week program (part time studies*)
1 or 2 additional practical classes per week as required. Will vary week to week.
Most practical classes are
*Denotes qualifying course as a Designated School in Alberta