Next dates: Saturday 18th June 2022 (Methodist Central Hall, Oldham Street, Manchester) – full day in person – 9.30am-5pm
Thursday 8th and Friday 9th September 2022 (over Zoom) – 9.30am-1pm on both days (2 half days)
The training covers:
- Pre-consultation communication with clients
- The purpose of initial consultations
- Behaviour change
- Walking with your client on a unique journey
- Completing the client journey
- Developing your own style
- Reflection and evaluation
There will be lots of opportunity to practice your skills during the training, receive feedback and understand how the client feels during their interactions with you. This course is delivered online via Zoom but is not a webinar, although you will learn lots of theory too, it is an interactive session.
Who is the course for?
This course is open to nutritionists registered with the Association for Nutrition, those on AfN accredited courses or those on courses which are eligible for portfolio entry. The course is aimed at UK based nutritionists however it is open to non UK nutritionists. Whether you work as a freelancer or are employed, this course is for you.
What does the course cost?
The course is £125 per person (plus a £10 surcharge for postage to non UK participants for the online training).
Can I get some 1-1 time with the trainer?
OPTIONAL ADD ON: Following feedback I am now offering an add on to this training. The add on is a one to one session delivered online where you will be the nutritionist and I will act as the client. You will deliver a 45 minute consultation with me and then I will give feedback on your technique and advise how you can improve – the total session is 90 minutes. This is in addition to the role play within the training and provides more in depth feedback and practice time. The add on is £75 if booked with the training, or £100 if booked at a later date.
Is this course CPD endorsed?
Yes, the course is CPD endorsed by the Association for Nutrition – endorsement number EN263.
Why do this training, when others are available?
- Interactive sessions with case studies and the opportunity for feedback
- Small groups so you have time to have your questions answered and get input in the role play sessions
- Full day (or 2 half days) which allows for a comprehensive approach
- Handout pack posted to you
- Experienced trainer – experienced both in delivering 1-1s and in professional development
- AfN endorsed CPD
What has been said about this training:
The course offered the right balance between theory and hands-on experience and it gave me a broad overview of what are the key components of an effective nutritional consultation. It was packed with precious tips and helpful resources and it gave me more motivation to continue practicing and develop my skills. Aliya was professional and approachable, and the training was conducted in an enjoyable and stress free way. Angela Foscan, ANutr
“Very good training, good group size, very interactive and everything was covered without feeling like too much information” Amy Murphy, ANutr
“Very well designed and presented. Much more confident going forward, thank you! Examples very helpful.” Sarah, ANutr
What has been said about the add-on session?
“The 1-1 practise session was a really important experience as it allowed me to explore my strengths and weaknesses working with a close-to-real-life client. Aliya gave detailed constructive feedback which will play an integral role in shaping my future consultations (which I hope to deliver). I would recommend this for people who are unsure of how to conduct their own 1-1 sessions as it will require you to consider everything from the small details, such as particular language and phrases used, to how you apply your knowledge in a practical setting – something a lot of us weren’t taught during our degrees.” Rosanna Flynn, ANutr
When is the next training?
Next training dates are: Saturday 18th June (Manchester) – full day in person – 9.30am-5pm
Thursday 8th and Friday 9th September (online) – 2 half days 9.30am-1pm. It’s delivered over 2 half days to aid concentration as the training is delivered over Zoom.
How do I register?
Read the terms and conditions and click below!
Terms and conditions:
This course is only open to HCPC (dietitians) and UKVRN (AfN Registered Nutritionists) and nutrition students on courses which would make them eligible for registration. If delegates do not fit this eligibility, they will not be allowed to attend the training.
The cost of this training is £125 per delegate for the training (with a £10 surcharge for non UK addresses) plus £75 for the add on if purchased together, and the delegate agrees to pay to secure my place.
Full payment is required to secure my place on the training. If delegates wish to cancel, charges apply. If more than 6 weeks notice is given £100 of the training payment will be refunded (£25 administration fee will be kept), if 4-6 weeks notice is given £75 of the training payment will be refunded (£50 administration fee), if less than 4 weeks, no refund will be made due to the costs already incurred. Places are non transferable to another date.
All correspondence will be sent to the email address and postal address given on booking a place.
Handouts will be sent 2 weeks before the training but Porter Nutrition cannot accept liability for non receipt.
Delegates are responsible for making sure that they have suitable technology to take part in this session. Porter Nutrition cannot take responsibility for any issues at the user end.