There are seats available for our November 2020 start of our Intensive Natural Nutrition Program with the new Clinical Studies course.
We strongly recommend you make an appointment to meet with a Branch Manager for a one-on-one orientation session. This is a great opportunity to find out more about the program, the profession, and have your questions answered. Please view our FAQ page for more information.
CSNN’s Natural Nutrition Program attracts professionals from around the world and all walks of life: doctors and health care practitioners, complementary health care practitioners, fitness trainers, chefs, writers, and educators. Though many CSNN students have degrees and diplomas from other post-secondary institutions, the minimum entrance requirement is a Secondary School Diploma or equivalent.
Please see our Admission Requirements page for more details.
First, read our Student Handbook to familiarize yourself with our school’s policies, procedures, and important program information. You must have read and understood the policies in the Student Handbook before signing the Student Contract. Click here to download Student Handbook.
The Student Requirements & Timelines document will provide you with a summary of the conditions students must meet in order to successfully complete the program and graduate. Click here to download Student Requirements & Timelines document.
For your review and further information is our brochure. Click here to request a free brochure online.
Next, print and complete the following documents (click on links to download):
Lastly, you need to add the following items to complete the registration requirements:
Partial receipt of documents will not be processed and will not reserve your place. Once your application for registration has been reviewed and accepted, you will receive a letter of confirmation and a copy of your student contract signed by the Vancouver Island Branch for your records. Registration packages are processed on a first-come, first-served basis.
The Natural Nutrition Program requires approximately 1,200 hours to complete, including 332 hours of formal classroom training (some branches may vary), 250 hours of off-site independent working on case studies, and 600 hours of self-study and prep time.
To learn more about our flexible schedules, please visit our Schedules page.