Eat Well e-Learning Courses

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e-Learning courses and workshops for young people and adults


Building a positive relationship with food and your body

Selective eating vs Avoidant Restrictive Food Intake Disorder (ARFID), body image and eating, disordered eating.

Be Body Positive – Support for Young People, Parents, Carers & Professionals

Food and Mood & Rediscovering a healthy relationship with food workshops

North Somerset Wellbeing – a service for adults living in North Somerset to support mental health and wellbeing and for their carers.

Food for Life online courses

For early years and schools – including setting up a farm visit, school farmers markets, chicken keeping, get cooking, growing for schools, cooking for primary schools.

Online Training – Food for Life

Supporting those volunteering or working in non-nutritionist roles. Association for Nutrition

Supporting The Wider Workforce (Certified Training) – Association for Nutrition

The wider workforce includes anyone who offers nutrition advice as part of a job/volunteer role they hold:

  • Roles at Levels 1 & 2 of the Regulated Qualifications Framework (RQF) e.g. catering assistants, waiting staff, walk leaders
  • Roles at Level 5+ on the Regulated Qualifications, dance leader, exercise instructors, sous chefs.
  • Roles at Levels 3 & 4 of the Public Health Skills and Careers Framework or Regulated Qualifications Framework (RQF) e.g. community food workers, healthcare assistants, health trainers, nursery nurses, personal trainers, head chefs, gym managers and those on RQF e.g. GPs, anaesthetists, dermatologists, opticians, midwives, podiatrists, practice nurses and pharmacists.

Nutrition courses and training

Nutrition courses & training – Association for Nutrition

Let’s get cooking: How to run practical cooking clubs

This Association of UK Dieticians (BDA) six-module course is aimed at anyone who wants to lead or support cooking activities in the community, schools, prisons or care settings.

Health improvement officers, public health and local authority teams, occupational therapist clinical support workers, early years practitioners, occupational therapy support workers, family workers, school volunteers, teachers, classroom assistants and learning support staff will all benefit, as well as dietitians, dietetic assistants and nutritionists.

BDA Member £80 and Non BDA members £115

Let’s Get Cooking: How to Run Practical Cooking Clubs (