Complete Nutritionist.

Upgrade your career as a Nutritionist with the latest Nationally Recognised qualification. The Complete Nutritionist course covers the Health and Wellness and Sports Nutrition Coach elective units from the 11046NAT – Certificate IV in Nutrition.

Start your career now as a Nationally Recognised Nutritionist.

The 11046NAT – Certificate IV in Nutrition is the entry-level qualification required to start working as an Insured Nutritionist in the health and fitness industry. 

As a graduate of this advanced nutritionist course, you will possess the hands-on skills and in-depth knowledge required to provide customised nutrition plans and personalised advice to help you and your clients achieve their health and wellness goals.

Gone are the days of generic plans that don’t work, as you’ll be equipped with the necessary tools to develop tailored solutions that yield your clients results.

Career Outcome

Nationally Recognised Nutritionist

Study Mode

Online and self paced
No work placement required

Study Duration

Up to 12 months from date of enrolment

What will you learn?

What does the course cover?

The 11046NAT – Certificate IV in Nutrition Complete Nutritionist course is a comprehensive nutrition education program that covers both Health and Wellness and Sports Nutrition Coach elective units. This course has been meticulously designed to cater to all levels of knowledge and experience, whether you are a novice in the field of nutrition or hold existing qualifications.

To build upon your knowledge base, structured education is used. Firstly, you’ll receive nine core units that outline all the factors contributing to overall health and wellness. These units provide you with an in-depth understanding of the human body’s inner workings, including biology, chemistry, anatomy, and physiology.

Subsequently, you’ll delve into the role, function, and chemical makeup of macronutrients and micronutrients, and learn how to establish positive digestive health with your clients. These core concepts will provide you with critical knowledge that will be applied throughout the course.

Afterward, you’ll complete a step-by-step process for assessing your client’s needs through structured consults. This process will enable you to identify your client’s individual needs and subsequently develop evidence-based, results-driven programs for fat loss, strength performance, or general health.

Throughout the course, you will learn practical skills and knowledge that will help you develop customised nutrition plans and personalised advice to help your clients achieve their health and wellness goals. Additionally, you’ll acquire the ability to analyse and compare various supplements and their ingredients, allowing you to select the most suitable supplement for your clients to reach their goals.

The course will also cover how to identify and address the psychological and emotional aspects of a client’s eating habits, as well as effective communication techniques to help them achieve their goals. You’ll learn how to understand the impact of stress, motivation, and performance anxiety on a client’s nutrition and how to implement various psychological approaches to enhance their performance.

Lastly, you will be equipped with hands-on skills and in-depth knowledge necessary to deliver customised nutrition plans and personalised advice to help your clients achieve their health, fitness, or performance goals, whether you’re a Health and Wellness Coach providing general health and nutrition guidance or providing specialised nutrition strategies for athletes and clients who wish to lose fat or gain muscle.

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Course Delivery.

With Vast Fitness Academy, you can study the Complete Nutritionist course at your own pace, tailoring the experience to fit your lifestyle.

Our online nutritionist course design enables you to expedite your studies and complete fewer theory assessments, case studies, and practical tasks without sacrificing the quality of your education. We strive to make learning more efficient and effective, ensuring you acquire the necessary skills and knowledge to excel in the health and fitness industry.

Furthermore, our innovative course design is enhanced by pairing you with Personal Assessors. Upon joining Vast, you’ll be assigned a dedicated Personal Assessor for the 11046NAT – Certificate IV in Nutrition course. Your Personal Assessor will be a highly qualified, university-trained Nutritionist or Dietitian with extensive industry experience, ready to provide you with support and guidance throughout your study.

Alongside email support and direct messaging, we also offer Live Virtual Support, allowing you to connect with one of our Assessors via Zoom and get answers to any questions, helping you stay on track and make progress quickly.

The course is delivered through a combination of theoretical and practical elements.

Theoretical Element.

Our state-of-the-art online learning portal delivers the theoretical element of the online nutrition course. The course is interactive and engaging, featuring a variety of assessments, including true-false, fill-in-the-blank, multiple-choice, and short-answer responses. 

Case studies and short scenarios are used to enhance your understanding of the subject before moving on to the practical requirements.

Your ‘Student Resource Guides’ are located within your online student portal and provide the necessary skills and knowledge required to successfully complete your ‘online theory tasks’ and ‘practical tasks’. VFA will also provide you with any other additional resources to assist your learning. These can all be located within your portal under the specific unit of competency.

Once you thoroughly understand your available resources, you are ready to complete all online theory tasks within your online portal.

For the 11046NAT - Certificate IV in Nutrition, ‘online theory tasks’ comprise a variety of different assessment methods, examples include:

  • Multiple choices questions
  • True or false questions
  • Fill-in-the-blank questions
  • Mix and match questions
  • Short answer questions
  • Label image questions.

Case study assessments generally require you to take part in scenario-based activities that mimic a real-life situation in order for students to meet the performance requirements of a unit of competency.

 

Case study assessments can comprise the following types of assessment methods and differ from unit to unit:

  • Written documents (including planning documents and nutrition plans) that outline the practical component
  • The completion of templates which include referral forms, medical clearance requests and screening tools.

Practical tasks are required for each individual unit and are outlined in more detail once you begin your studies.

 

Practical tasks generally require you to partake in face-to-face ‘practical’ components of the units within the course. This is done with simulated activities where clients can roleplay a scenario for a specific task. Some (but not all) practical requirements will need to be completed in a simulated working environment and face-to-face with clients; you may use the comfort of your own home to complete these tasks, so long as they mimic a real consultation and the environment is in a professional setting.

 

Practical tasks can comprise the following types of assessment methods and differ from unit to unit. Examples include:

  • Report style assessments that are the foundation of the practical component
  • Written documents (including planning documents, programs, templates) that outline the practical component
  • Video submission evidence
  • Self-evaluation checklists.

Practical Element.

Experience hands-on, practical learning from the comfort of your home with our online Nutritionist course. All practical elements of the course are completed online, meaning you won’t have to undertake any in-person work placement.

Throughout the course, you will engage in a variety of case study-based practical tasks, providing you with the opportunity to practice consultations with mock clients, including friends and family. This will give you a practical and realistic understanding of how to work with clients and cater to their unique goals. By conducting effective consultations, you’ll develop strong communication skills and an understanding of the many variables in clients’ routines and training schedules.

Complete Nutritionist units.

When aiming to advance in a career as a Nutritionist, choosing a Nationally Accredited nutrition course that provides you with the expertise to excel is vital.

The Complete Nutritionist course presents an unparalleled opportunity to become a Nationally Recognised Nutritionist without attending university. This program includes 9 out of 14 units specifically crafted to address topics that were once only accessible through university education. These distinctive units are not found in any other course throughout Australia, making this program truly exceptional.

Through the study of foundational anatomy and physiology principles, our program equips students with the knowledge of how the human body functions and processes food. This enables students to recognise their clients' health status by understanding the structure and function of each human body system. By having a comprehensive understanding of how the body works, students can provide personalised nutrition advice and guidance to their clients.

At our program, we utilise foundational anatomy and physiology principles. This helps you understand how the body functions and how food works within it. By learning the structure and function of each human body system, you can recognise your clients' health status. With this knowledge, you gain a comprehensive understanding of how the body works. Therefore, you can provide personalised nutrition advice and guidance to your clients.

At the outset of this unit, we explore the fundamentals of nutrients. We introduce the six essential nutrients, discussing what they are, how they can be classified into macro and micronutrients, where they are found, how they are processed and utilised within the body, and the recommended quantities for each. With this understanding, students will be able to identify various nutrient deficiencies, recognise their signs and symptoms, and provide appropriate assistance to clients within their scope of practice.

In this unit, students have the opportunity to apply foundational nutrition principles to develop customised meal plans for five (5) case study clients with different needs and goals. The unit provides a step-by-step process for developing meal plans, including analysing the client's current nutritional intake, calculating their recommended nutritional requirements, and identifying areas that require change. Students will also learn how to make flexible nutritional recommendations if a client is unwilling to follow a structured meal plan.

In this unit, we emphasize the importance of having a thorough understanding of digestive health for both successful practice and client success. You will gain a comprehensive understanding of the physiology of the digestive system, the organs involved in digestion, and the significance of fibre and having a healthy gut microbiome. Additionally, you will learn about bowel transit time and pH levels, which are important factors in maintaining optimal digestive health.

Furthermore, you will be able to identify factors that negatively impact the digestive system and recognize when it is not functioning as it should. This knowledge will enable you to provide effective dietary advice and guidance to your clients to help improve their digestive health and overall wellbeing.

In this unit, we cover basic psychological and behaviour management principles to equip you with the skills to foster positive change in the lives of your clients. You will gain an understanding of the many facets of behavioural change and what is needed to achieve it successfully.

Moreover, this unit delves into the science of how food and nutrients impact behaviour and emotions. You will learn how specific nutrients can improve or worsen a client's mental health. This knowledge will enable you to provide effective dietary advice and guidance to improve your clients' mental and emotional wellbeing. By understanding the connection between food and mental health, you will be equipped to help your clients achieve their health and wellness goals.

Throughout the Certificate IV in Nutrition, and specifically in this unit, you will learn the 'food first' approach. This approach encourages you to always assess your client's diet first and incorporate more whole foods before considering supplements. However, there will be instances where clients require supplementation despite a food-first approach.

Therefore, in this unit, you will learn how to navigate the supplement market and make safe and suitable recommendations to your clients. This knowledge will enable you to provide effective and tailored nutritional advice to your clients, promoting their health and wellness through both dietary sources and supplementation where necessary.

This unit builds upon the nutrition principles introduced in earlier units of the course, providing further education on tailoring nutrition principles and strategies to support clients who regularly participate in physical activity.

You will learn how to manipulate a physically active client's diet based on their activity level, ensuring their nutritional needs are met to support their exercise goals. Additionally, you will understand the importance of having a robust network of support personnel to help your clients achieve their health and wellness goals.

By the end of this unit, you will have the knowledge and skills to provide effective dietary advice to your physically active clients, ensuring that they have the support they need to succeed.

This unit builds on the nutrition principles introduced in earlier units of the course, providing further education on how to tailor nutrition principles and strategies to support clients who regularly engage in physical activity.

You will learn how to adjust a physically active client's diet based on their activity level, ensuring their nutritional requirements are met to support their exercise goals. Additionally, you will understand the importance of having a strong network of support personnel to help your clients achieve their health and wellness objectives.

By the end of this unit, you will have the knowledge and skills to offer effective dietary advice to your physically active clients. This will help ensure they have the support they need to achieve their health and wellness goals, including achieving their peak physical performance.

 

 

In this unit, we introduce you to the world of sports psychology. You will learn how the principles of sports psychology can help your clients reach their peak performance.

This unit covers various topics, including mental rehearsal, visualization, guided imagery, motivation, arousal, and aggression. By studying these topics, you will understand how psychological factors can impact athletic performance and learn effective strategies for helping your clients overcome mental barriers and reach their full potential.

By the end of this unit, you will have the knowledge and skills to apply sports psychology principles to your nutrition practice, enabling you to offer comprehensive advice to help your clients achieve their health and wellness goals.

This unit has its foundations set in counselling strategies and principles, and it focuses on the initial stages of conducting a consultation. You will learn how to gather sufficient client information and implement various counselling techniques to foster healthy relationships with your clients.

By the end of this unit, you will have the knowledge and skills to take a structured approach to consultations and implement effective communication techniques. Additionally, you will gain an understanding of the exact parameters within which you can assist a client within a counselling context.

This unit equips you with the tools and techniques necessary to conduct successful consultations, ensuring that you can communicate effectively with your clients and provide them with the support they need to achieve their health and wellness goals.

Building on the previous unit, which focused on the initial stages of consultation, this unit takes you straight into the heart of the consultation process. Here, you will learn the essential skills required to shape your client's goals into realistic, achievable objectives based on their strengths.

In addition, you will learn several decision-making models that you can use with your clients to determine the best course of action. This knowledge will enable you to provide effective and tailored nutritional advice to your clients, ensuring that their goals are achievable and in line with their individual abilities and strengths.

By the end of this unit, you will have the knowledge and skills to conduct successful consultations, providing effective and tailored nutrition advice to help your clients achieve their health and wellness goals.

In this unit, you will learn how to take a holistic approach to address your client's nutritional concerns. We will provide you with a comprehensive understanding of each wellbeing domain, including physical, social, emotional, spiritual, and cognitive.

By studying these domains, you will gain an understanding of the interconnectivity of each aspect of your client's wellbeing and how each domain can impact their nutritional habits and behaviours. This knowledge will enable you to provide effective and tailored nutritional advice to your clients, ensuring that their dietary recommendations meet their unique needs and goals.

By the end of this unit, you will have the knowledge and skills to provide holistic nutrition advice, considering all aspects of your client's wellbeing, to help them achieve optimal health and wellness.

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Nutrition Council Australia.

Nutrition Council Australia (NCA) is a collaborative industry association that promotes positive nutritional information and healthy lifestyle practices within Australia.

NCA has developed the Nationally Recognised and accredited  11046NAT – Certificate IV in Nutrition qualification and the associated Scope of Practice and Risk Stratification Screening Tool.

Vast Fitness Academy is the current authorised Registered Training Organisation responsible for delivering this qualification.

Nationally Recognised Nutritionist.

A Nationally Recognised Nutritionist (NRN) is qualified to provide detailed nutritional advice and meal planning support to clients in support of their unique needs and goals.

 

Nationally Recognised Nutritionists are frontline advisory staff who work with clients that are otherwise 'healthy' yet are looking to improve their health and wellbeing through a positive approach to nutrition. Nationally Recognised Nutritionists work in gyms, sporting clubs, supplement stores, and as independent Health and Wellness Coaches across Australia, to make evidence-based nutritional advice readily accessible for the community.

In order to become a Nationally Recognised Nutritionist, students must complete the 11146NAT - Certificate IV in Nutrition qualification.

 

This qualification provides detailed knowledge for a thorough understanding of nutritional theory and comprehensive training on the analysis of client needs for the provision of accurate nutrition advice.

A Nationally Recognised Nutritionist can work with clients to identify their specific needs and goals and provide them with detailed nutritional advice, and tailored meal plans to assist the client in achieving those needs and goals.

 

Whether a client aims to lose weight, improve their general health, enhance immunity, reduce stress, or improve their physical performance, a Nationally Recognised Nutritionist has the skills and knowledge to help a client achieve their goals.

Those who who wish to register with Nutrition Council Australia and operate as a Nationally Recognised Nutritionist (NRN’s) and work directly with clients within the limitations of the NCA endorsed Scope of Practice, are required to have Professional Indemnity and Public Liability and Products insurance.

 

A Nutritionist provides advice and counselling in relation to diet, food, and nutrition. Most clients will take on this advice and achieve great results. However, there is always a chance that a client may experience an unforeseen reaction to the advice or misinterpret part of the plan, which could lead to them holding the Nutritionist legally liable and ask for payment for damages.  For example, the Nutritionist may have meticulously researched an eating plan for a client but a previously undiagnosed allergy to a food type activates an allergic reaction.

 

Professional Indemnity insurance is intended to help protect the Nutritionist if something goes wrong whilst providing professional services to the client. For example, a third party alleging that the Nutritionist has been negligent in performing services or giving advice, and as a result, they have suffered injury or financial loss.

Aon is the approved insurance broker for Nutrition Council Australia, and can provide graduates with insurance cover, risk advice and claims support.

 

The Aon Health Combined Professional Indemnity and Public and Products Liability insurance for Nutritionists includes:

– Flexible Professional Indemnity cover limits
– Unlimited retroactive date
– Run off cover
– 2 hours complimentary legal advice per policy, annually.

 

Learn more about the AON insurance policy and cover here

Course FAQs.

We don’t like to provide students a set number of hours they should allocate each week to their study to see their course completed, as it does differ greatly from student to student depending on their experience and academic ability. Instead, we’ve developed study guides that students can follow to keep them on track to complete the course within 6 or 12-month timeframes. These have been developed by using a guideline of completing 1-2 units per month.

 

- With one elective stream, there are 11 units in total

- With two elective streams, there are 14 units in total.

 

So, 1-2 units per month keeps the student on track to complete the course within the 12-month timeframe. The amount of hours required by the student to complete the 1-2 units per month is essentially dependent on the individual. 

 

We are here to support students with fast assessment marking and Live Virtual Support.

Yes, the 11046NAT - Certificate IV in Nutrition course is suitable for individuals who haven't studied since high school. No prior learning or experience is required to enrol in this online nutrition course. With the support of our in-house assessors and state-of-the-art online learning portal, all students have the resources they need to be successful, regardless of their education or experience level.

Frequently asked by students, the distinction between 11046NAT - Certificate IV in Nutrition and other courses on the market is significant, as it offers superior educational value and career outcomes. The advantages become clear when comparing the units of competency within the courses and ANZSCO Identifier (a code classifying occupations for which a student would qualify upon completing a training contract).

 

Upon graduating from 11046NAT - Certificate IV in Nutrition, students receive the ANZSCO Code 251112 | Classification Value Nutritionist. Other Nationally Recognised Training providers offer courses with career outcomes such as Health Promotion Officer or Weight Loss Consultant, and in some cases, the courses may be non-accredited. Choosing a non-accredited course could adversely impact students' career goals and leave them without the necessary education and insurance.

 

Designed by the Nutrition Council Australia, the 11046NAT - Certificate IV in Nutrition aims to bridge the training gap in the Australian nutrition landscape below the university level. Nine of the fourteen units within this course focus on areas previously unavailable to students without attending university. These exclusive units are not found in any other course in Australia. Unrelated units that do not pertain to nutrition or client interactions have been eliminated by concentrating solely on nutrition knowledge and skills. This focused approach ensures a comprehensive nutrition education, enabling students to work with diverse clients with varying goals, such as promoting healthier food relationships, achieving body composition targets, or improving athletic performance.

 

Students should carefully examine the course unit breakdown to gain a clear understanding of the well-rounded nutrition education offered by VFA. It is crucial to remember that the knowledge acquired is far more valuable than any title earned upon completion. When evaluating any course, prioritise understanding the units contained. The 11046NAT - Certificate IV in Nutrition is Australia's only Nationally Accredited and recognised Certificate IV, qualifying graduates as Nationally Recognised Nutritionists with the Nutrition Council Australia.

 

Non-accredited options on the short courses page offer more affordable personal development opportunities for those not seeking to use the nutrition course for their career.

Students who wish to work with patients who may be pregnant, have food intolerances, have chronic diseases, or are diagnosed with an illness should stop looking at all nutrition courses online and contact their local university about researching their pathway to becoming a Dietitian. 

 

To be qualified to treat pregnant patients or those with intolerances, chronic illness, or disease undertaking 4 - 5 years of study to become a Dietitian is what is required.

 

However, the 11046NAT - Certificate IV in Nutrition is designed to allow graduates to support the general population to support their health and nutrition-related goals.  This course would be perfect for those looking to improve results for their health and wellness coaching clients, personal training clients, or work with the generally otherwise healthy population.

 

Graduates of this advanced nutritionist course will possess the hands-on skills and in-depth knowledge required to provide customised nutrition plans and personalised advice to help clients achieve their health and wellness goals. Gone are the days of generic plans that don't work. Graduates will be equipped with the necessary tools to develop tailored solutions that yield client results.

Work placement is not required when completing 11046NAT - Certificate IV in Nutrition. The course contains theory and practical tasks that can be completed at home.

Not at all. The Complete Nutritionist course is an entry-level course and a stand-alone qualification. Whether a student is adding to an existing skill set or starting a new one, we have no expectation of prior learning in the area.

 

Graduates will stand out from their colleagues after learning cutting-edge lifestyle, nutrition, training, and business techniques. By properly assessing the clients, graduates will prescribe evidence-based, results-inducing programs for fat loss, hypertrophy, strength, and performance for clients of all ages, goals, and training experiences.

 

Lastly, graduates will learn how to effectively set up their nutritionist business with systems and methods in marketing, sales, and retention designed to help turn their passion into a profitable career.

No, enrolling in the 11046NAT - Certificate IV in Nutrition is not limited to students seeking employment. Our online nutrition course is designed for individuals with a wide range of goals and motivations. Whether a student is looking to take their own nutrition to the next level or help their family improve their health, our course will help achieve that goal.

 

However, it's worth noting that many students who initially enrol for personal development fall in love with the subject and pursue a career in the nutrition industry.

Absolutely! Our program welcomes students as young as 17, and there is no upper age limit. In fact, our students are made up of a diverse group of individuals ranging from young adults to adults in their 60's. This variety in age is beneficial as it allows students to gain experience working with clients of different ages, backgrounds, abilities, and preferences.

 

It's worth mentioning that many gyms and personal training studios actively seek experienced nutrition professionals in the older age bracket, as the over-60 population is the fastest-growing segment in the health and fitness market and may feel more comfortable with coaches who have a wealth of life experience.

We find most students choose to start up their own consultation business within this field, so they aren’t restricted in who they consult. Many graduates will also work from local allied health facilities, gyms and even beauty salons. Most businesses like this have rooms available to rent to serve a mutual benefit to both parties.

 

Ensuring graduates have the correct insurance policy cover is critical in business. Nutrition Council Australia has created an Allied Health Professional Indemnity / Public Liability insurance policy with AON Insurance. This insurance allows graduates to legally practise as Nutritionists under the Nutrition Council Australia Scope of Practice in their nutritionist business.

 

For further information regarding this policy, follow the below link.

 

AON INSURANCE POLICY

Upon completion, graduates will be qualified Nutritionists which can open up potential career opportunities as:

  • Sports Nutrition Coach
  • Health and Wellness Coach
  • Functional Nutrition Consultant
  • Recipe Developer
  • Food Blogger or Content Creator
  • Corporate Wellness Coach
  • Hospitality Consultant
  • Online Store Owner
  • Market Stall Holder
  • Health food store or supplement store retailer

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Course fees &
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Complete Nutritionist

PAID IN FULL
$ 7999 Paid in full payment
  • No set classroom intakes
  • Up to 12 months study duration
  • Personal Assessor
  • Instant message and email support
  • Live virtual support sessions
  • 24/7 access to learning resources
  • Masterclass webinars

Complete Nutritionist

INSTALMENT PLAN
$ 8999 $499 deposit | 52 weekly payments
  • No set classroom intakes
  • Up to 12 months study duration
  • Personal Assessor
  • Instant message and email support
  • Live virtual support sessions
  • 24/7 access to learning resources
  • Masterclass webinars

Pricing FAQs.

Yes, a student can add additional payments or pay off their payment plan at any time during their study period.

No, the student must pay the balance of their tuition fees before receiving their Statement of Attainment and Certificate.

The 11046NAT - Certificate IV in Nutrition course offered through Vast Fitness Academy is not eligible for government subsidies.

 

The 11046NAT - Certificate IV in Nutrition is classified as full-time study with Austudy.  If a student believes they are eligible for this through Centrelink, it is recommended that the student directly speaks with Centrelink regarding their potential payments whilst completing study. 

Yes, Vast Fitness Academy offers a 5-day cooling-off period from the day of enrolment. The details of this policy can be found in the Student Handbook.

If a student has previously completed online nutrition courses or nutrition qualifications that they believe could be credited towards their online nutrition course, they can apply for Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL). For more information, it is recommended that the student speak with one of the Careers Advisors.

The minimum age requirement to enrol in the 11046NAT - Certificate IV in Nutrition is 17. For students under 18, Vast Fitness Academy has a process where the Academic Manager will speak with the student's parent or guardian. During this call, the Academic Manager will discuss the student's enrolment and study requirements to ensure the additional study load does not interfere with regular schoolwork and hobbies.

No, Vast Fitness Academy is not a CRICOS Registered Training Organisation and cannot enrol international students on a student visa.

 

However, they may be able to enrol on an alternate visa. For more information, it is recommended that the student speak with one of the Careers Advisors.

Student Testimonials.

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