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You will receive the official certification in your name once you have completed the full course. We have invested in the best technology to make your learning experience professional, fun and interactive.

Each module includes Downloadable Client Materials: Nutrient calculators, food diaries, meal planners, client worksheets, session handouts, health questionnaires, legal forms and templates to start your own practice!

Who is this for?

  • Sports coaches and personal trainers

  • From beginner to elite athletes

  • Team sports athletes – tennis, football, rugby, hockey

  • Those preparing for marathons, triathlons, cycling, rowing, martial arts events

  • Powerlifters and bodybuilders

  • Gym goers and fitness enthusiasts

Can I lose weight without losing muscle? Are sports drinks necessary? Whey protein or casein? What and when should I eat on the competition day? Can I carb-load without fat gain? Supplements… or food?

  • Learn to answer these questions

  • Engineer a personalised nutritional programme for peak performance

  • From endurance to strength and power, to fat loss and muscle gain

  • Gain advanced knowledge on sports nutrition

  • Be seen as an industry expert


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Course Benefits

  • Nutritional plans based on the latest science: per training volume, gender, weight, metabolism, athletic goals

  • Competition diets for peak performance (from short to prolonged events)

  • Covers team sports, endurance, strength and power, bodybuilding, weight control

  • Hydration strategies used by elite athletes and world-class champions

  • Engineered sports products (from lite waters to protein shakes)

  • Food diary analyses and recommendations

  • Advice from the International Olympic Committee and world-leading scientists

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Course Modules


1. Building a diet plan


1.1 Introduction to nutrition for physical activity

  • Why exercise alone isn’t the solution to good health
  • The important of exercise, diet and supplements
  • The risks of nutritional deficiencies
  • How to assess your client’s diet and make recommendations
  • Includes the following downloadable materials for immediate use with your client:
    – Client Diet Assessment (questionnaire)
    – Client Diet Score and Recommendations

1.2 Nutritional recommendations for your client

  • What is good nutrition?
  • The 50 essential nutrients that your client needs
  • Stamina and nutrient breakdown
  • The 10 rules for a healthy diet
  • What C.R.A.P. foods are (and why your client should limit them!)
  • Includes the following downloadable materials for immediate use with your client:
    – The 10 Rules for a Healthy Diet (session handout)
    – The 50 Essential Nutrients Table

1.3 Building a Personalised Diet Plan for Your Client

  • The role of diet on fitness, athletic performance and recovery
  • Dietary guidelines or sports and exercise
  • The International Olympic Committee opinion on sports nutrition
  • Energy availability and exercise expenditure
  • The importance of calculating your client’s energy requirements
  • The 3-step process to assess your client’s ideal caloric intake
  • How to calculate your client’s BMR
  • Physical activity intensity and energy expenditure
  • Includes the following downloadable client materials for immediate use:
    – Table: Caloric Expenditure Per Hour of Exercise
    – Client Daily Caloric Requirement Planner

2. Analysing food journals


2.1 Analysing your client's food diary and fluid intake

  • Why it’s important to analyse your client’s diet
  • Methods to record dietary intake and their efficacy
  • Food frequency questionnaire
  • 24-hour recall
  • Daily food diary
  • How to analyse your client’s food diary (step-by-step)
  • The 5 questions you need to ask to evaluate your client’s fluid intake
  • What process you need to follow in your first and second consultations
  • Includes a the following downloadable client materials for immediate use:
    – Food Frequency Questionnaire Template
    – 24-hour Food Recall Diary
    – Daily Food Diary
    – Client Diet Analysis
    – Client Action Plan

2.2 Planning a Training Diet

  • How to plan a training diet
  • Why the Eat Well Plate is not relevant to your client
  • The Training Food Pyramid (and how to use it)
  • How to calculate portions
  • Tips for each nutrient group
  • Includes the following downloadable documents for immediate use with your client:
    – Training Food Pyramid (with recommendations table)
    – Current Food Pyramid (blank template)
  • Downloadable reference materials:
    – Copy of the Swiss Food Pyramid for Athletes
    – Copy of “Fuelling the Vegetarian Athlete” by the American College of Sports Medicine
    – Copy of the Eat Well Plate

3. How the body stores fuel and fat


3.1 How the body stores energy

  • Energy in food
  • How the body stores carbohydrates
  • How the body stores fat
  • How the body stores protein
  • Which fuels are needed for exercise
  • Includes a downloadable table for immediate use:
    – Energy availability in the body per fuel type

3.2 Carbohydrates

  • How the body stores (and uses) carbohydrates
  • How much carbohydrate should your client consume
  • How many carbs we need for post-exercise recovery
  • Fuelling timing – before, during and after exercise
  • Which carbs are the best fuel?

3.3 Amino Acids

  • The role of amino acids in a training programme
  • How much protein is needed
  • How to calculate protein requirements
  • When your client needs to have protein
  • Is a little “extra protein” harmful?
  • The risks of excessive protein consumption

3.4 Fat

  • What’s the ideal body fat?
  • Body fat percentages per sport
  • How much fat should athletes and exercisers have?
  • Can Omega 3 improve athletic performance?
  • Omega 3 (EPA, DHA): Health benefits, deficiency symptoms, best food sources and top supplements
  • Omega 6 (GLA): Health benefits, deficiency symptoms, best food sources and top supplements
  • Includes the following downloadable tables for immediate use:
    – Categorisation per body fat percentage
    – Body fat percentages per sport
    – Food sources of Omega 3 (g per 100g)

3.5 Water

  • Why hydration is key to performance
  • How much water is recommended for exercise
  • Are sports drinks necessary?

3.6 Micro-nutrients

  • The role of vitamins and minerals for exercise
  • Which nutrients athletes need the most
  • Are supplements always necessary?

4. Carb loading strategies for peak performance


4.1 Good carbs, bad carbs and the GI index of foods

  • Carbohydrates classification
  • Good carbs or bad carbs?
  • What’s the Glycaemic Index (GI) of foods?
  • The GI index and athletic performance
  • How to use the Glycaemic Index
  • Low GI diets for weight loss
  • Includes a downloadable Low GI Diet Shopping List (client session handout)

4.2 Calculating your client's carbohydrate requirements

  • High carb or low carb for training?
  • Why body weight and training volume are needed to compute your client’s ideal carbohydrate requirements
  • How much carbohydrate is needed according to your client’s activity level
  • Step by step calculation of your client’s ideal carbohydrate intake
  • The ups and downs of the “train low, compete high” model
  • Includes the following downloadable materials for immediate use with your client:
    – Carbohydrate Intake per Activity Type
    – Training Carbohydrate Intake Calculator

4.3 Carb loading methods for endurance events

  • What is carbohydrate loading?
  • Does it improve performance?
  • Does carb loading work for women?
  • 3 carb loading methods that work
  • How to calculate and plan a carb loading diet for your client
  • 5 common mistakes when carb loading (and how to prevent them!)
  • Includes the following downloadable material for immediate use with your client:
    – Event Carb Loading Planner
    – Sample Carb Loading Meal Plan

5. Fuelling muscles before, during and after exercise


5.1 Fuel before exercise

  • What is the best time to eat before training?
  • How much carbohydrate should our client have before training?
  • What are the best foods before exercise?
  • Does the GI of a meal affect performance?
  • Includes the following downloadable materials for immediate use with your client:
    – Pre-workout Carbohydrate Intake Calculator
    – Pre-workout Meal Samples
    – Pre-workout Meal Planner

5.2 Fuel during exercise

  • Is fuel during exercise necessary?
  • What’s best: Solids or fluids?
  • Can you prevent “hitting the wall”?
  • How much carbohydrate does your client needs during training?
  • What are the best times and the best foods and drinks during exercise?
  • Do you also need protein during exercise?
  • Includes a downloadable Training Session Carbohydrate Planner for immediate use with your client.

5.3 Fuel between workouts

  • Is it necessary to eat between workouts?
  • What’s best between training sessions: Low, medium or high GI foods?
  • How to calculate ideal carbohydrate intake between workouts
  • Planning meals between scheduled training sessions
  • Includes the following downloadable materials for immediate use with your client:
    – Carbohydrate Intake Calculator Between Workouts
    – Meal Planner Between Workouts

5.4 Fuel after exercise and recovery

  • How long does it take to refuel?
  • What’s the best for recovery: High carb or low carb?
  • Does fitness impact refuelling efficiency?
  • Should your client eat immediately after training?
  • Calculate your client’s carbohydrate amount and timing of intake after training
  • What are the best meals after exercise?
  • Is combining carbs and protein necessary?
  • Includes the following downloadable materials for immediate use with your client:
    – Post-workout Carbohydrate Intake Calculator
    – Post-workout Meal Planner
    – Post-workout Meal Samples

6. Muscle building and weight control


6.1 Building and Repairing Muscle

  • Is extra protein necessary for exercise?
  • Why do we need protein?
  • Which amino acids are essential and non-essential?
  • What’s the role of “branched-chain amino acids” (BCAAs)?
  • Is protein needed for endurance training?
  • The role of protein in strength and power training
  • Do beginners need less protein than athletes?
  • Can high-intensity exercise cause muscle loss?
  • Includes a downloadable table with the 20 essential and non-essential amino acids

6.2 Protein for Muscle Strength, Growth and Performance

  • Protein for recovery and muscle strength
  • When is best to eat protein?
  • What’s the best protein after a workout?
  • Protein supplements… or foods?
  • Does more protein equal more muscle?

6.3 Calculating Protein Requirements

  • Is your client getting enough protein?
  • How much protein does your client need?
  • How to calculate your client’s ideal protein intake based on their fitness goals
  • Includes the following downloadable client materials for immediate use with your client:
    – Protein Requirements per Activity Type
    – Ideal Protein Intake Calculator per Goal Type
    – Good Food Sources of Protein
    – Protein Meal Planner

6.4 Planning a Weight Control Diet

  • Does protein and exercise mean greater weight loss?
  • How to lose weight without losing muscle
  • Recommendations for weight (fat) loss and weight (muscle) gain
  • Step by step guide on how to calculate ideal daily calories and carbohydrate, protein and fat intake for weight maintenance, weight (fat) loss or weight (muscle) gain
  • Includes the following downloadable material for immediate use with your client:
    – Weight Control Calculator
    – Weight Control Calculator Template

7. Replacing sweat losses


7.1 Replacing sweat losses

  • Why do we sweat when we move?
  • How much water do we lose?
  • Why do some people sweat more?
  • Estimating your client’s sweat losses
  • Does dehydration affect performance?
  • The dangers of dehydration
  • Is it possible to reduce water loss?
  • Exercise hydration strategies
  • How do I know if I am dehydrated?
  • Should sweatsuits or neoprene be avoided?
  • Can sweatsuits or neoprene help with fat loss?
  • Includes a downloadable “Dangers of Dehydration” table (client session handout)

7.2 Hydrating before, during and after exercise

  • Hydration strategies before, during and after exercise
  • Should you hydrate before exercise?
  • Is it possible to fluid-load before exercise?
  • Sports drinks or water?
  • Best drinks per activity type
  • How much carbohydrate in drinks during exercise
  • What happens if you drink too much water?
  • Can drinking during exercise make you sick?
  • What’s the best post-exercise drink?
  • How much to drink on non-training days?
  • Includes the following downloadable material for immediate use with your client:
    – Best drinks per activity type (session handout)
    – Carbs in drinks per exercise duration (table)

7.3 Sports drinks

  • Types of sports drinks
  • When is a sports drink better than water?
  • How to create your own sports drink
  • Why cyclists benefit from sports drinks
  • How to answer common client questions, including:
    – Why do sports drinks have electrolytes?
    – Why do sports drinks have sugar?
    – What’s best: still or carbonated?
    – Should I take salt tables in hot weather?
    – Can fruit juice improve performance?
    – Can lite waters improve performance?
    – Are low calorie drinks good enough for exercise?
    – Do caffeinated drinks improve performance?
    – Should I avoid decaf drinks for rehydration?
  • Includes the following downloadable material for immediate use with your client:
    – Easy Sports Drinks Recipes
    – Caffeine Content in Drinks and Food

8. Competition diets for endurance, power and strength


8.1 Pre-competition nutrition

  • Nutrition for peak performance
  • Nutritional strategies the week before competing
  • How to prepare for:
    – short events (less than 4 minutes)
    – endurance events of over 90 minutes
    – endurance events of less than 90 minutes (or multiple heats)
    – weekly events
  • How many calories pre-competition?
  • How to “make weight” for a competition
  • Pre-competition weight loss dos and don’ts
  • The day before competing: how to prepare
  • What to eat when nerves kick in
  • Includes the following downloadable material for immediate use with your client:
    – Carbohydrate Intake 3 Days Prior (table)
    – Pre-competition Checklist
    – Pre-competition Meal Plans

8.2 Nutrition strategies on the competition day

  • The 4 most important to-do’s on the competition day
  • What are the best pre-competition meals?
  • What to eat or drink during the competition?
  • How much water during the event?
  • Are solids bad during the competition?
  • What to eat between heats or consecutive events?
  • What are the best foods after the competition?
  • Includes the following downloadable material for immediate use with your client:
    – Competition Day Meal Samples
    – Sports Drink Guideline During the Event
    – Meals Between Heats and After Events

8.3 Planning a competition eating programme

  • The goals, dietary guidance and meal samples for:
    – The week before competing
    – The night before
    – 2 to 4 hours before
    – 1 hour before
    – 15 to 30 minutes before
    – During events lasting more than 60 minutes
    – Between heats or events
    – After the event
  • Includes a downloadable Competition Nutrition Planner for immediate use with your client

9. Professional, legal, insurance and tax considerations


9.1 Dos, don'ts and must dos as a Sports and Exercise Nutritional Advisor

  • The importance of acting responsibly and ethically with your clients.
  • Your role as a Sports and Exercise Nutritional Advisor: What you can do, what you can not do, and what you must do.
  • The importance of medical advice.
  • Which products and brands are the best ones to buy or put forward.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What are the entry requirements for this course?

There are no entry requirements other than being at least 16 years of age.

Do I need any specific background, experience or qualification to enrol?

No pre-requisite of any science background is required. High school level science can be helpful. No prior experience and/or educational paperwork are required.

Do I need to be a UK resident to enrol?

No, you don’t need to be a UK resident. Our online training is open to students all around the world. We just love our very diverse students’ community – read their most recent reviews HERE.

How many REPs CPD points will I earn?

REPS CPDOnce you have successfully completed the full course and received your official certificate, you will be awarded with 4 REPs CPD points. In order to redeem your REPs CPD points, please follow these steps:

  • Log into your REPs activepassport™ portal and go to your CPD area.
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  • Upload your certificate and log your 4 REPs CPD points!

Each of our courses will award you with a number of REPs CPD points, so make sure you log them into your REPs activepassport™ portal every time you complete a course with us!

Remember, as a member of REPs (The Register of Exercise Professionals, part of SkillsActive), you are required to achieve 24 REPs CPD points every two years. Up to 8 REPs CPD points can be rolled forwards into the adjacent two year period if more than 24 REPs CPD points are achieved.

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The entire course is online. In addition to the online learning experience, you can download and print all of your materials, including your client worksheets and planning tools.

Don’t worry if you don’t have a printer, we can send you your course materials by post for an additional fee. Whereas you can enrol online and gain instant access, please allow for a couple of days for your posted course materials to arrive.

Do I have to complete my course in 12 months?

No, there are no fixed deadlines and you can take as long as you need to complete it.

Most providers restrict access after 12 months, but with us, there isn’t a set time in which you need to start or complete your course. You can complete it in a few weeks or in a couple of years, at your own pace – plus you have lifetime access to your course systems and materials, including all future updates.

Having said that, we suggest your redeem your wowcher code as soon as you purchase it – and then start your course lessons whenever you are ready later on.

Is there a deadline to complete my course?

No, there are no fixed deadlines. Our programme allows you to be 100% in control of your own time. In other words, you are in charge of your own study agenda. This puts you in the driving seat and increases the enjoyment of your learning experience.

What’s more, you have lifetime access to your course, which means that it is yours forever to keep, including all future updates!

How long does it take to complete the course?

You can complete your course whenever you want. In a few short weeks or in a couple of years. That’s the great advantage of our programme! For the majority of our students the course can take up to 12 months to complete. But you can do it as quickly or slowly as you wish.

Our suggestion is that you cover one module per week. Given that the course has 9 modules, this means that in 9 weeks (or about 3 months) you could be entitled to your Sports and Exercise Nutritional Advisor certification!

How many hours per week do you recommend I study for?

It depends on how quickly you would like to complete the qualification. The total amount of hours to complete the course is approximately 90. So you can study for as many hours per week as your work and social life allows. If you aim to complete one module per week, for instance, you can achieve this by studying one hour or so every day.

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  • Downloadable client materials: Nutrient calculators, meal planners, food diaries, heath questionnaires and legal forms
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  • A fully automatically graded final exam (score >80% and you have passed… no fuss!)
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You mention there are downloadable materials that I can use with my clients. Where can I find these?

Client materials and session handouts are included in the modules as you go through them, so you don’t have to wait until the end of the course to download them.

Examples of these materials are nutrient calculators, meal planners, food diaries, worksheets, heath questionnaires and legal forms, and readily usable templates to start your own practice! Have a peek HERE.

We also provide you with instructions on how to use each of these materials with your clients.

If you want to learn more about the specific client materials and session handouts that you’ll be getting, click on the accordion menu for each unit and you’ll see a preview of what they consist of. Each template is tailored for client use, so all you have to do is print and start enjoying them!

Do I have to submit written assignments?

No. Instead, you are be presented with practical self-assignments and online multiple choice theory tests. This way you won’t feel stuck over the composition and marking of written tasks. What’s more, your study time is reduced so you can concentrate on what really matters: applying your newly acquired knowledge to real life situations.

What assessments are in there?

At the end of each module, there is a multiple choice quiz based on the readings and lecture materials. The purpose of the quizzes is to enhance your retention of the material. You are permitted to refer to lecture slides and other notes during the quizzes. There is no time limit and you have an unlimited number of attempts to take the quiz. You will see feedback on your correct and incorrect answers after you pass. At the end of the course, there is a final theory exam (online), covering what you have learned in all modules. Upon successful completion of your final exam with a final score of 80% or above, you will receive your Sports and Exercise Nutritional Advisor Certification issued by The Health Sciences Academy. Click HERE to have a peek at how your certificate looks like.

Do I need English language proficiency?

No, you don’t. Although we don’t teach English specifically, we would expect an increase in your vocabulary and an improvement in your ability to express yourself as a natural consequence of working your way through the course.

If I fail the final exam, do you charge any fees to retake it?

No, there are no additional fees to retake your final theory exam. In fact, you will be able to retake it instantly (online), without any further administrative step.

You are permitted to refer to lecture slides and other notes during your final exam. There is no time limit and you have an unlimited number of attempts to take it.

Once I complete the course, how long does it take to receive my certification?

Provided that you pass your final theory exam, your official certificate will issued in your name instantaneously. Have a look at an example certificate by clicking HERE.

Can I also receive a printed version of my certificate?

Yes. After you receive your certificate via email, you can purchase a printed version at a fee of £35.00 plus VAT plus postage. HERE is how your certificate looks like.

I’m really interested in the Free Graduation Bonus. How can I claim it?

As soon as you complete your course, you will receive instructions on how to gain access and download your Free Graduation Bonus. These materials are very helpful and will equip you with advanced knowledge about sports supplements, performance enhancers and engineered sports foods.

Can I call myself a Sports and Exercise Nutritional Advisor?

Yes, your certification allows you to brand yourself as a “Sports and Exercise Nutritional Advisor.” Because nutritionists, nutritional advisors and dietary consultants are currently not regulated in the UK, there are professional bodies and societies that they can choose to register with. We advise our graduates to register with The Nutrition Society and get professional insurance after completion of our programme.

Can the course help with my career?

Absolutely! The course is packed with Downloadable Client Materials and Session Handouts to establish your nutritional practice. Click HERE to see a small sample. Also, Module 9 has all the legal forms you will need so you can start seeing clients right away.

What happens when I qualify?

Upon successful completion of the course and receipt of your certification, you can get insured to practise as a Sports and Exercise Nutritional Advisor and start seeing clients straight away!

In Module 9, we teach you the key professional, legal, tax and insurance steps that you need to follow in order to set up your practice.

How can I be sure that you are legitimate?

Here are some answers we hope will reassure you. We have been committed to academic training and scientific research since 1990. We are registered with the UK government’s register of Learning Providers. Our UK Provider Reference Number is 10042903. We are registered at the Companies House. Our registration number is 8191975 and our VAT number is GB 141 9313 31. Most importantly, we are passionate about what we do and we wouldn’t do anything to compromise our reputation.

You can learn more about us HERE.

Have you got any other questions about becoming a Sports and Exercise Nutritional Advisor?

If you have any more questions about how to become a Sports and Exercise Nutritional, please ensure that you have gone through the answers in our Interactive Learner Services.

If you still can’t find the answer to your question, email us at [email protected] with the course name in the subject line. We’ll get back to you as soon as possible. As a reminder, our business hours are Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm (UK time), excluding UK public holidays.

Are you ready to become a Sports and Exercise Nutritional Advisor?

Then this is YOUR time!

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The cost is £699, which includes access to your protected learners’ area, all course materials, lectures, interactive quizzes, practical assignments, food diaries, nutrient calculators, planning worksheets, health questionnaires and legal forms to use with your clients.

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