Is the NTP Program Right for You?
Can I take the program while maintaining a full-time job?Don’t take our word for it, see what our recent Nutritional Therapy Practitioner graduate, Brittany Depies has to say,
“The program is definitely doable with a full-time job. With good time management and self discipline, you can hold a full-time job and complete the program…and still have time to have a social life.”And Marisa Faye,
“As a health professional who develops and delivers trainings on how to prioritize individual health at work and at home, about mid-way through the program I was skeptical about my own ability to balance life, work and the NTP program. However, that’s also when things began to click in how intertwined all the curriculum is, and putting in an equal amount of time at the beginning of the program really paid off. I recommend creating a schedule, a certain number of hours each week to focus on learning, and stick to that. If you’re passionate and interested, you’ll find that studying this enriches your life rather than detracting from it.”
I haven’t been in school in several years, will I be able to keep up?Here’s what Austin King from the Nutritional Therapy Practitioner program has to say,
“Even if it’s been a while since you’ve been in school, the brain will adapt quickly to reading & remembering things. Plus if you’re passionate it will make it all the more easier!”
Are you ready to begin your journey?
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