NFPT - Overview of Nutrition Concepts & Medical Nutrition Therapy

NFPT - Overview of Nutrition Concepts & Medical Nutrition Therapy

The Overview of Nutrition Concepts & Medical Nutrition Therapy course is the nutrition course designed to prepare students for the nutrition portion for the Certifying Board for Dietary Manager's CDM Credentialing Exam. This course meets the requirements for ANFP Pathways II, V.

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NFPT - Overview of Nutrition Concepts & Medical Nutrition Therapy

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While the most popular pathway to meet exam eligibility requirements is to successfully complete a training program approved by Association of Nutrition & Foodservice Professionals (ANFP), or Pathway I, we offer individual courses in nutrition and foodservice management for students who hold a degree but lack the required foodservice management and nutrition courses. By taking these courses, students can take other approved pathways (Pathway II or V) to take the Certifying Board for Dietary Managers® (CBDM®) credentialing exam (see below for more information about each pathway). The students will have 6 months to complete each course at their own pace. Students may take the courses one at a time or can enroll in multiple. For your convenience we offer a course bundle package, if you select the bundle package you will be enrolled in all three courses.

By the end of this course, students will:

  • Provide appropriate quality nutritional care for the client
  • Meet all licensing and regulatory agency standards
  • Constantly strive for improved performance
  • Utilize business, marketing, and public relation skills to improve nutrition to peers, patients, and community

 

Required Textbook:

Julie Zikmund, Nutrition Fundamentals and Medical Nutrition Therapy, 3rd Edition 

 

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