Fresh NED Training in Burnie | Want to know more?

 

Fresh NED  = Fresh Nutrition Education 

To be held in Burnie on MAY 13 & 14

For a limited time Second Bite are offering free Fresh NED facilitator training in Burnie and Launceston to Nutritionists, Dietitians, Aboriginal Health Workers, Environmental Health Officers, Health Promotion Officers, Youth Workers or similar, working within the health and wellbeing sector.

As a Fresh NED Facilitator you will:

  • Receive all the necessary training, education resources, evaluation tools and support from SecondBite to facilitate Fresh NED workshops in Community Food Programs
  • Provide post-training support to Community Food Programs as they implement practical changes to address the determinants of food insecurity within their community
  • Improve the availability of healthy, safe and culturally inclusive food for disadvantaged community members

For more information about how you can get involved, please contact Caitlin Saunders at the Physical Activity and Community Nutrition Unit – caitlin.saunders@dhhs.tas.gov.au

For more information, download the flyer!

Fresh NED Facilitator Flyer – Tassie May 2014

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