CSNN has flexible study formats to accommodate to your lifestyle. We currently have two study formats; Classroom study and Online study.
The instructors brings his/her experience and knowledge into the classroom and students are able to ask questions of the instructor and receive an answer back on the spot. Students share their knowledge and experience in the industry and are a support network for each other. The classroom format provides a set schedule for those who like structure as well as case study practicals.
Students attend classes two to three times per week, plus scheduled practicals*.
Students attend classes one to two times per week, plus scheduled practicals*. To find out whether a branch offers part-time day or night program, please contact the branch.
*called practicums, workshops, or co-requisites at some locations.
At some branches, the CSNN Natural Nutrition Program may be completed in a shorter amount of time. For example, a day student may wish to attend classes 4 days per week and take 2 modules simultaneously in order to complete the entire program in one semester rather than two. Students who opt for this accelerated course of study should expect to undertake a very heavy workload, and some courses would be taken out of sequence. An accelerated evening program is also available at some branches. Students wishing to register in an accelerated program are required to pay an additional administrative fee of $100.
In the Distance Education format, there are no deadlines for class completion or assignment submission. The online study format allows you to maintain your busy schedule and prioritize your studies accordingly, while your progress is monitored and help offered if needed. Plus there are no geographical barriers – CSNN has graduates all across Canada and in 29 countries around the globe. Our knowledgeable academic advisors (many of whom are practising Holistic Nutrition professionals) provide you with hands-on training with a practical application of knowledge and expertise in real case studies.