Diploma in Nutrition
This diploma programme is aimed at producing an all-round and well-trained graduate in all aspects of Human nutrition and dietetics including covering applied nutrition, community nutrition and clinical nutrition.
The specific objectives of the Foods, Nutrition and Dietetics diploma are to:
(a) Offer opportunities for students to develop professional competencies in the areas of Foods, Nutrition and Dietetics, which will help them, improve the health and nutrition status of the people they will serve;
(b) Prepare students with professional competencies necessary for employment in institutions, industries and organizations related to their field of training or for self-employment; and
(c) Develop research skills in the area of Foods, Nutrition and Dietetics aimed at improving the quality of life of individuals and communities.
Introduction to Human Nutrition and Health
Basic Human Anatomy and Physiology FND 042: Introduction to Therapeutic Nutrition FND 043: Nutrition Assessment
Basic Nutrition Epidemiology
Introduction to Community and Public Health
Fundamentals of Food Preparation, Preservation and Storage
Nutrition and Health Education FND 048: Introduction to Organic Chemistry FND 049: Introduction to Food Microbiology
Introduction to Research Methods and Statistics
Nutrition and HIV and AIDS
56. Diploma in Organizational Behavior
Develop a deeper understanding of human behavior in an organizational setting. Through this professional graduate certificate, you gain insight into strategies and methods that cultivate and strengthen group performance, resource management, and organizational dynamics.
Understand human behavior in a variety of organizations through communication, motivation, group dynamics, leadership, power, performance management, technology, and organizational design and development.
Build a foundation in interpersonal effectiveness, organizational conflict resolution, talent recruitment, training, labor relations, and legal issues.
Acquire knowledge in focused topic areas, such as change management, self-and-team management, and leadership communication.
Contemporary issues in organizational behavior
All materials are made available through our Online Learning Platform
Students should commit approximately 5-6 hours of their time per week
Online delivery of curriculum materials, exercises and templates.
In order to demonstrate their understanding of the course content, students will be required to submit assignments at the end of every month.
Duration of course 6 months
REGIONS TARGETED: Global
Courses Fees 800
To register for course, please contact:
The Director of Admissions
The Hague, Netherlands
Tel: +31 616950 384, +31 682 546 260