|VTCT Product Code: AF30081||GLH: 40||Age Restriction: 16|
|Qualification Number: 501/1577/7||Units: 1||Registration End Date: 31st Dec 2021|
|Level: 3||Minimum Credits: 6|
In this qualification you will develop your knowledge and understanding of the principles of nutrition, key guidelines, nationally recommended practice, the relationship between nutrition and physical activity, how to collect and use nutritional information, and the principles of nutritional goal setting. You will also develop the skills and techniques needed to collect and analyse nutritional information, and apply nutrition to an exercise and physical activity programme in support of client goals.
Successful completion of this qualification will enhance your employability within the sport and active leisure industry and is recognised as Continuing Professional Development (CPD) by the Register of Exercise Professionals (REPs).
Mandatory - from this group you'll need to cover a minimum of 1 components and earn a minimum of 6 credits.
|Unit Code||Unit Ref||Unit Title||Level||Credits||GLH|
|UV30539||L/600/9054||Applying the principles of nutrition to a physical activity programme||3||6||40|
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