Ten mature students recently studying on a 5 week course with Claire Whiles of Nutritrain Southwest, have all passed with flying colours and qualified for the Royal Society for Public Health Award in Healthier Foods and Special Diets Level 2. This continues Claire's 'perfect' pass rate as since Claire's training courses began her students have achieved an incredible 100% pass rate.
Claire Whiles is the founder of the Nutritrain Southwest Centre for Health & Wellbeing in Weymouth and is fully accredited by the Royal Society of Public Health to provide training services and training programmes. The content of her training courses has been independently evaluated for quality, implementation and value for money.
The Healthier Foods and Special Diets qualification can be studied by distance learning through Nutritrain Southwest. Claire commented, "I am delighted to offer this course through distance learning, we are one of only very few companies that can do this. It means we can extend our teaching to a wider audience who can start and carry out the courses at a time that suits them and around their other commitments."
The course which is offered to all mature students aged 16 and over is ideal for anyone involved in catering / food and health or other professions such as carers, fitness trainers etc. and provides basic nutrition principles underpinning healthy foods and the preparation of special diets.