The Nutritional Therapy Consultant Program
The Nutritional Therapy Consultant (NTC) program is a nine-month, fully online program encompassing the NTA’s foundational approach to functional, holistic nutrition while addressing the importance of lifestyle choices, culinary wellness, client coaching, and how social and personal components influence health.
What you’ll learn:
- Learn foundational knowledge on the importance of a properly prepared, nutrient-dense, whole food diet, digestion, blood sugar regulation, fatty acids, minerals, and hydration.
- In-depth education on the quality and sourcing of our food, culinary skills, meal planning, barriers, influences, emotional well-being, environmental factors, the importance of sleep and movement, as well as stress and its effects on the body.
- Necessary motivational interviewing techniques and cutting-edge knowledge to become a highly recognized nutrition and wellness professional in your community.
Is the NTC program right for you?
- If you’re looking to gain the knowledge and confidence in holistic nutrition and lifestyle factors for your own interest and have a passion to help coach and educate others or you’re a health and wellness professional looking to enhance your current career with holistic nutrition and culinary knowledge, the NTC program is for you.
+ Technology requirement: Students must have reliable high-speed Internet access and be comfortable working in a fully online environment.
+ Course workload requirement: minimum of 20 hours per week
+ Estimated book and course material cost: $499
Interested in learning more?
+ Scholarships & Financing Options
+ Nutritional Therapy 101 – free 7-day self-paced, completely online educational mini-course to learn about the NTA’s foundations.
+ Live Info Session – learn more about our programs and get your questions answered in an upcoming live webinar!
“I chose the NTA after carefully researching several schools since I had formerly attended the Institute for Integrative Nutrition for my Health Coach certification, I knew that I wanted to dive much deeper into the science of nutrition and how to more specifically help my clients confidently. I wanted to be able to speak in a clinical setting with doctors, and have the tools and background to stay up to date on the latest studies, to feel purposeful in what I teach to my audience and clients. After chatting with former graduates of the NTA and familiarizing myself more with the curriculum, I knew this was the one. It was also a major benefit to be accredited by NANP, which further proved out the legitimacy to me since there are so many schools popping up now and it can be confusing!”