Paul has a proven track record in delivering high-quality & effective training, tailored to your needs, and to people from all backgrounds. This includes people with no existing nutrition knowledge through to Dietitians studying at Master's level.
Paul is a Visiting Lecturer at The Univeristy of Nottingham and an Associate Clinical Teacher for Warwick University. He has successfully completed a Certificate in Training Practice from the Chartered Institute for Personnel and Development (CIPD) and has used this experience and expertise to design and deliver training & education to a wide range of clients, including:
The video below was recorded at the BDA Live conference in 2013, where Paul delivered a plenary session on Carbohydrate Advice in Type 2 diabetes.
Every training course, whether for 2 hours or 2 days is specifically designed based on your requirements, therefore each course is quoted an individual basis. However, a guide price is given below. Please contact me to discuss your specific requirements after which a formal quotation will be provided. Rates typically include all materials and preparation, as well as a detailed evaluation report demonstrating the training outcomes.
|8-10 Participants||>10 participants|
|Half-day or less||£300||£350|
From nutritional anlysis of recipes or menus, to writing and reviewing nutrition content, Paul has the experience and expertise to support your business.
Paul has worked for a wide range of clients, from large corporate companies to small independent firms, local authorities and the charity sector. Examples of past & current projects include:
Please contact me to discuss your requirements and how I can add value to your organisation through trustworthy and reliable nutrition information.
Nutrition Consultancy is usually charged on an hourly basis and prices start from £70 per hour (lower rates may be available for charitable and not-for-profit customers).
If you have any queries or wish to make an appointment, please contact me:
07966 056 512
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