The subject of Diet and Nutrition is literally being "rammed down our throats" (pun intended) every time we turn on the television or radio, and on the glossy front cover of just about every periodical in the local newsagents’ shop. Add this to our national preoccupation with all aspects of sport in this country, and the constant messages about the need to get fit, and you have a real recipe for life and career change.
Our fantastic new Level 3 Sports Nutrition Course ticks all the boxes to help you do that. Whether you intend to improve your job prospects or expand your knowledge, want to lose weight or get yourself fit, or even change careers to take your part in the burgeoning Fitness Industry, then this really could be the course for you.
If you’re already involved in coaching and training others, regularly participate in sporting activities, or help out at a sports club with adults or young athletes, then it’s a “no-brainer”. The old adage “we are what we eat” has never been more true than it is today, and it’s particularly important to get it right when building muscle, increasing stamina, or shedding pounds.
This outstanding Level 3 course covers a wide range of subject matter areas. It dispels various myths and misconceptions, including an exploration of the truth and reality behind the use of performance enhancers. It gives you a thorough grounding in the science of nutrition and teaches the essentials of diet planning.
The course has a fascinating module introducing you to the sometimes surprising benefits of using water to change your body chemistry and mass, and teaches you the role of the vegetarian and vegan diets as part of sports nutrition.
Professionalism and the Nutrient Groups
Myths and conceptions, the consultation
Principles of coaching in sport
Planning and diet
Weight control in sport
The role of the Vegetarian/Vegan in sports nutrition
ATP and Glycogen Replacement
Upon completion, graduates will receive a diploma from Cambridge Open College. In addition, graduates will also be awarded with a certificate that is endorsed by Focus Awards. Focus Awards only endorse courses that meet and exceed their stringent quality requirements.
Whatever you decide to do, Cambridge Open College will support you, offering precious guidance, tools and a range of FREE extras to help you achieve success.
£35 deposit: remaining balance at the end of the month
Enrol for £35 deposit and remaining balance at the end of the month. Pay your deposit today get your course tomorrow!
Reduced fee of £259
£259 - all inclusive
Pay by 3 monthly instalments of £259 (approx)
£86 deposit followed by £86 for the next two months
The college accepts payment using the following methods:
Credit/Debit Card, Cheque, Postal Order and Invoice.
It is simple and safe to enrol online. Select one of the payment terms above and you will be taken to a secure sever to enter your details.
Once the enrolment process has been completed you will receive your introductory pack and login details to access your course textbooks, your tutor profile and their contact details.
We look forward to welcoming you as a student of the college and feel sure you will enjoy studying with us.
Key points for this course:
This is a fully supported home study course supported by your own tutor
Your enrolment fee covers absolutely everything – there will be nothing more to pay after you have enrolled, there are no hidden fees
You have 12 months to complete your course
You may enrol at any time of the year
Access available within 24 hourse
Money Back Guarantee
If you are not happy with your course simply return it within 14 days and we will refund your fees in full.
All students enrolled on a course with Cambridge Open College receive access to our online student community (I Learn It Easy) where you can submit your work, contact your tutor, and interact with other students. We have prepared a short video below to highlight the benefits to you.
The subject of Diet and Nutrition is literally being “rammed down our throats” (pun intended) every time we turn on the television or radio, and on the glossy front cover of just about every periodical in the local newsagents’ shop. Add this to our national preoccupation with all aspects of sport in this country, and the constant messages about the need to get fit, and you have a real recipe for life and career change.