Learning Outcomes

  • Identify what are the elements of a well balanced diet.

  • Be aware of the risk factors, cost, and consequences of malnutrition on the person.

  • Know how to assess and screen for potential malnutrition on the person using nutritional screening tools such as ‘MUST’ (Malnutrition Universal Screening Tool).

  • Understand the importance of creating a person centred environment which supports the person to make choices and encourages eating and drinking.

  • Be aware of the importance of appropriate preparation and presentation of food and drink.

  • Understand the role and responsibilities of the care worker in monitoring eating and drinking in the person.

  • Identify types of diets specific dietary requirements need for nutritional supplements.

Teaching methods

  • Traditional Classroom Training.

  • Blended Training – Blended Training combines the convenience of online learning with a shortened practical skills session in order to meet both knowledge and skill objectives for learners. Using an online learning platform to meet knowledge objectives provides flexibility and self-control for the learner and convenience and cost savings for an individual, organization or employer.

Please register as soon as possible as the number of participants is limited.

Unfortunately, no Scholarships are available.

If the participant withdraws from the course

  • less than 6 weeks prior: 25 % of the course fee will be charged.

  • less than 4 weeks prior: 50 % of the course fee will be charged.

  • less than 2 weeks prior: the whole course fee will be charged.

The tuition fee does not include accommodation, insurance or other personal living costs during the stay.

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