Do you want to become a nutritionist?

Do you want to become a nutritionist?

  [SEEK Learning]

Vocabulary chunks in this video are also suitable for those taking  the CaMLAECPE Speaking Test  @ HAU

Vocabulary to learn after watching the video :

  • A Melbourne based nutritionist
  • Director of the blog Nutritious Made Delicious
  • Advises clients what to eat
  • Achieve a healthy lifestyle
  • Reduce the risk of illness
  • Help them achieve a health related goal
  • A good people person
  • Be empathetic
  • Give them a sense of trust
  • The main day-to-day responsibilities
  • It will involve one-on-one nutrition consultations
  • Developing and facilitating nutrition seminars
  • Recipe testing
  • Freelance writing
  • Researching blogs
  • Continuously be learning
  • Helping them implementing some changes that are going to improve their lifestyle

Job Profile  –  Nutritionist 

“If you are interested in healthy eating and want to help improve people’s wellbeing, this job could be perfect for you.  Nutritionists need to be able to relate to people from all backgrounds. They need to inspire and motivate people. They also need a non-judgemental attitude.  To become a nutritionist you will normally need an approved degree or postgraduate qualification, or a minimum of seven years’ experience in this field.​​

Skills, interests and qualities

To become a nutritionist, you will need to have:

  • excellent communication skills
  • the ability to relate to people from all backgrounds
  • a non-judgemental attitude
  • the ability to inspire and motivate people
  • a keen interest in healthy eating
  • good knowledge of the impact of diet on health
  • evaluation and reporting skills
  • good time management and organisation skills
  • the ability to work as part of a team and with other professionals”
 [National Career Service ]
More Vocabulary in Chunks for the CaMLA ECPE Exam

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