I Don’t Want to Complete A Full Program, But I’m Interested In Taking One Course. Is This Allowed?

September 4, 2020 |

If you have a general interest in holistic nutrition but don’t want to complete a diploma program, you may be interested in the Edison Institute Of Nutrition’s Introduction To Holistic Nutrition Program. It’s designed to be a general knowledge program for those who want to be able to better care for themselves or their family members, but it does not give you a professional designation. We also offer many Continuing Education Courses for current practitioners....

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What Support and Communication Is Available For Students?

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This is an important question to ask! It’s critical to know who will be guiding you in your education and what experience they have to offer. That goes double for an online program – how will you be able to access and benefit from your instructors’ experience? Lynne Hinton and Marlene Marshall, the owners of Edison Institute of Nutrition, have over 22 years experience running their own successful nutritional consulting practice, along with continuing educational courses for current practitioners. They have a wealth of knowledge and experience to share with students and are actively involved on a daily basis. Each of our instructors brings at least 10 years of clinical experience to the development of our course curriculum. Even though ...

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Are The Edison Institute’s Programs Easy To Navigate?

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We’ve partnered with an industry-leading online education platform to make your entire Edison Institute education simple and intuitive to use. EIN’s step-by-step instruction guides you through every stage of your program. Whether you’re tech-savvy or have minimal computer skills, you’ll find the Edison Institute’s programs easy to navigate. In case of an issue, you’ll have direct access to our IT manager who will work to resolve any problem right away. We are always here and available to support you and ensure that you succeed!...

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Are Registered Holistic Nutritionists A Regulated Healthcare Profession?

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In most jurisdictions, holistic nutritionists are self-regulated through an association, including Canada. They are not regulated by the government. As a result, you aren’t required to be member of a regulated body the way naturopathic doctors, dentists and medical physicians are. However, membership in professional associations like the International Organization of Nutritional Consultants, the Canadian Association of Natural Nutritional Practitioners and the National Association of Nutritional Professionals (USA) does have its benefits, including greater credibility....

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What Type Of Career Opportunities Are There For An Edison Institute Graduate?

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The most obvious career opportunity is to go into private practice as a registered holistic nutritionist, but there are many more options available as well. Below is a list of just some of the fields you can work in as a graduate of the Edison Institute of Nutrition: Athletics Multi disciplinary clinics New parent education Corporate wellness Fitness centers Daycare/early childhood education centers Retirement communities Home healthcare/hospice Rehabilitation centers Health supplement sales/development Journalism Publishing Food industry/restaurant Organic/sustainable farming Research & development Education ...

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In What Countries Are The Edison Institute’s Certifications Recognized?

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The Edison Institute of Nutrition maintains a relationship with several governing bodies of holistic nutrition, including the Canadian Association of Natural Nutritional Practitioners (CANNP), the National Association of Nutritional Professions (NANP) in the United States, and the International Organization of Nutritional Consultants (IONC). As a result, your Edison Institute education is recognized in many different countries. EIN graduates can be found working in Canada, the United States, England, Scotland, Ireland, South Africa, Jamaica, Poland, UAE, Japan, Mexico, Hong Kong, New Zealand, Pakistan, Australia, Belgium, France, Germany, Switzerland, Trinidad & Tobago, Russia, Bermuda, Hungary and Taiwan. We can offer our program anywhere around the world!...

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Does The Edison Institute Focus On A Specific Dietary Plan Or Belief?

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Everyone is unique, which you will see as your assessments and consultations unfold. Your Edison Institute education will come from this perspective. You’ll learn to assess and recommend that which is based on your client’s needs depending on their health concerns, health conditions, health history, their beliefs, and their goals. We do not believe in a “one size fits all plan”. We do not focus on any one specific diet. Our program will teach you the many and varied aspects of dietary intake based on the individuals needs not just a theory....

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What Are Your Options For Tuition Payment?

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We have two options for tuition payment. You can pay your tuition by the module, which breaks your payment into six separate payments, or you can pay your tuition up front in one payment. Tuition payment up front is $4,300.00, and tuition payment by module works out to $4,800.00. For more details, click here....

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