Coursera offers online courses from various universities all over the world. I recently completed three course and received my grades and certificates for two of them with distinction.
I completed 'nutrition, health and lifestyle: issues and insights' through Vanderbelt University and also 'Child Nutrition and Cooking' through Stanford University'.
There was a lot of nutrition knowledge that I gained through studying and information that I can take into my teaching. With the different assessments, it also made me more conscious of what I cook. Any information on nutrition needed, feel free to contact me.
Through self study, I already had a pretty firm foundation in nutrition and exercise which was further expanded with my work and training with Edinburgh Leisure and the NHS for the Get Going and Health 4U Program.
I currently teach on the Get Going Training which is a healthy weight management programme for families whilst Health 4U is an 8 week program geared to third year girls to help them understand various components of health and physical activity.
I have helped develop health and nutrition programs for my job, and have been teaching in various settings. Tomorrow I am looking forward to delivering workshops at the Parliament for staff.
I recently completed qualifications which will help me to help you with your
health, nutrition and exercise.
Improving Personal Exercise & Nutrition Level 2, North Glasgow College.
This course meets QCF requirements, and is ideal for those who wish to take responsibility for their personal health and well-being. It is relevant to those students who wish to gain a greater understanding of how to exercise appropriately for their age, ability and current fitness level, those seeking to improve their knowledge and understanding of a healthy diet and who wish to be able to plan and monitor their personal exercise and dietary progress.
The qualification comprises three mandatory units:
Unit 1: Understanding health and exercise
Unit 2: Understanding the role of nutrition in exercise
Unit 3: Planning and preparation of nutrion and exercise
This course explores these areas in relation to exercising safely, personal motivation, diet and nutrition and drugs, alcohol and
NCFE Certificate in Nutrition & Health Level 2, James Watt College.
This qualification has been accredited by the Qualifications and Curriculum Authority (QCA) and is part of the National Qualifications Framework. The certificate has been developed in response to rising levels of obesity in both adults and children.
The qualification consists of 3 mandatory units:
Unit 01 Explore principles of healthy eating
Unit 02 Consider nutritional needs of a variety of individuals
Unit 03 Use food and nutrition information to plan a healthy diet
Tracy Donachie, MSc in Performance Psychology.