Frequently Asked Questions

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An EIN graduate has exceeded the minimum education requirements set by the governing associations including IONC, CANNP and NANP. An EIN nutritional consultant has specialized in-depth training spanning over 2,000 hours. An EIN graduate is proficient in assessing an individual’s unique biochemical needs and will make recommendations based on what the client actually requires as no one conforms to norms, averages, or standardized "one-size-fits-all" approaches.
The truly successful practitioner must have training that combines scientific principles with the comprehensive skills of individual assessment beyond the knowledge of nutritional concepts and theories. Upon completion of the Practitioner Program, each graduate will earn their Diploma in Holistic Nutrition which qualifies them for the designation NNCP, RNT, RNCP and/or ROHP through the recognized associations.
We are proud to say that 2016 is our 20th year anniversary of Training Nutritional Consultants Worldwide!
Even though our program is distance education you do not need to feel isolated and alone. Our curriculum offers a mix of textbook study, audio and video DVD, live webinar instruction; cases study mentoring, interactive Face book discussions and live webinar Q & A sessions. Our registrar, instructors and directors of education are available by phone, email or Skype daily.

Our Introduction to Holistic Nutrition Program can be completed in 3 months to 1 year and is not a prerequisite to the practitioner program.

The Diploma in Holistic Nutrition-Practitioner Program can be completed within 1 to 3 years depending on the time you have to devote to your studies.

An extension may be granted to allow you more time to complete the program. A reactivation fee may apply. If at any time during your program you anticipate a delay in your studies, please let us know by phone or email.
Edison Institute is owned and operated by Marlene and Lynne who individually have over 20 years of clinical and teaching experience to share with students. Each of our instructors bring an ongoing 6 to 20 years of clinical knowledge and teaching experience to the development of our exclusive course curriculum and are available to support our students on an individual basis. We are continually upgrading course curriculum in order to provide students with the most up-to-date information and knowledge. Our program contains some university level textbooks and a wide variety of teaching materials such as the most current text books, Audio and Video DVD’s, one-on-one and live webinar sessions.
You can purchase textbooks from EIN or you can purchase from other sources as long as it is the same edition that we are currently using. Some books and materials will not be available elsewhere as they are unique to EIN.
Transfer credits may be awarded for post-secondary courses related to EIN’s curriculum (i.e. Biology, Anatomy and Physiology, Chemistry) completed by the student at other institutions and deemed to be the equivalent of EIN course subjects. Applicants wishing to apply for transfer credits must have the issuing institution send official transcripts directly to EIN however we can begin the process with a copy. A fee of $80.00 will be charged for the Advanced Standing Credit Assessment and a custom program will be created for you.
We offer the Nutritional Preceptorship Program, Postgraduate Mentorship Program, Certified Holistic Cancer Practitioner Program and Advanced Diploma in Holistic Nutrition, Live Cell Microscopy and The Practitioners Tool Kit. Information on these courses can be found in the continuing education section. Click Here for More Information

The fee for the Introduction to Holistic Nutrition Program is a single payment of $670.00 + shipping.(HST?)

The Diploma in Holistic Nutrition Program requires a registration fee of $175.00 paid with the application.
Textbooks, taxes and shipping are additional and paid by the module.

This diploma program offers two payment options:

1) Full tuition: one payment of $3,978.00-save $510.00.
2) Pay by the module includes tuition, textbooks and shipping. On average $950.00 per module.

You can complete your application form online or download an application form from the Registration tab on our website and fax or email it to us. Once received a telephone, Skype or in person interview will be arranged with one of the co directors. We would like to get to know you so that we can help you achieve your goals.
EIN’s step-by-step instruction guides you through every stage of your program. Everything you need is included with your course notes, study aids, audio-visual aids and textbooks that will provide an excellent reference library for years to come. We are always here and available to support you and ensure that you succeed!
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