Welcome to Natural Healthcare College
Courses fully accredited by the Naturopathic Nutrition Association (NNA) & the General Naturopathic Council (GNC)
Our online nutritional therapy courses
Stage 1: Nutrition Advisor Diploma
Stage 2: Naturopathic Nutritional Therapist Diploma
Short courses in nutrition
Three great introductory courses for those who want a taste of natural therapies without committing to an expensive nutrition course. Ideal if you’d like self-help tips for your own personal interest.
We hold a variety of tutorials in Stage 1 and Stage 2 which are designed to give you the practical skills to set up and be successful in your nutrition practice.
Our UK accredited online nutrition advisor courses (Nutrition Advisor diploma and Naturopathic Nutritional Therapy diploma) teach nutrition with a naturopathic influence. It stems from a passionate belief in the ability of nutrition to help achieve optimal health.
A personal touch
“Be wary of courses where there are no direct contact hours. Webinars and e-learning aren’t the same as direct contact. Major insurance companies won’t provide cover for such courses.” – General Naturopathic Council
Affordable, Flexible, Personal
“Natural Healthcare College is committed to spreading the understanding of the benefits of naturopathic nutrition far and wide.
Our aim is to give naturopathic nutrition course graduates the knowledge, competence and confidence needed to become first-rate practitioners.
Natural Healthcare College provides an ideal option for those wishing to develop their knowledge in this field and our students will gain the theoretical and practical skills needed to help clients improve their health.“
If you'd like to find out more about the Natural Healthcare College then please do get in touch using this contact form. If you're ready to get started then you can contact us for an application form.
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