CSNN Richmond Hill offers a flexible study formats for the Natural Nutrition Diploma Program as well as a variety of other courses and workshops. Please select an offering below to view schedules, tuition and fees, and registration details:
We offer a full-time one year (10 month) program and a part-time two year (20 month) program.
While each option of study delivers the same fresh and hearty content, they also have a unique pace and level of intensity. So even though scheduling can be one of the trickiest, pickiest details of determining which program you choose, it is ESSENTIAL that you spend some time getting to know the ins and outs of each option.
Set yourself up for success; make sure you pick the option that suits your unique timetable best. Our enrollment contract is below.
The dates for our September 2021 classes are as follows:
To register for the program, please download the September 2021 Enrollment Contract.
This also includes the Payment Schedule, Program Class Schedule, and Code of Ethics for CSNN Graduates.
Please contact Branch Manager, Leslie Gould, at 905-737-0284 or email@example.com to set up an appointment to register.
An online classroom series that educates you in a wide variety of nutrition basics. This course is meant to guide you through a variety of topics to understand how to eat well for yourself and your family. Classes run for a total of 20 hours, in 2 hour sessions over 10 weeks.
For more information upcoming workshops, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
These courses are open to CSNN graduates (any branch) and other healthcare practitioners. For schedule, tuition, eligibility requirements, and registration details, please contact us at email@example.com if you are interested in taking one of these upgrade courses.
This course helps the student to understand the chemical processes that underlie critical biological functions, starting with atomic structure, working through chemical symbols and the periodic table of the elements, and culminating in genetics and epigenetics. It explores the chemistry of living things; the metabolism of carbohydrates, lipids and proteins; and, the biochemical processes of various functions of the human body, including cellular replication, genetic pre-disposition, methylation, and the new science of epigenetics that shows how lifestyle and diet can change genetic expression.
DATE: Nov. 1, 3, 8, 10, 15, 17, 2021
TIME: 10:00am – 1:30pm
This general interest course is designed to (1) introduce the therapeutic use of plant medicine; (2) discuss common local medicinal and kitchen, culinary herbs for common health issues, and how herbal medicine can be considered preventative medicine; (3) learn about harvesting, and herbal medicine-making techniques, and the importance of sustainable practices for the health of our planet; (4) explain how to prepare teas and some topical applications for common use.
DATE: March 7, 9, 11, 2022
TIME: 9:30am – 1:30pm