Employee Health & Wellbeing
Healthy employees are a key part of a successful company. Research shows that a healthy team can improve productivity and reduce sickness absence. This is especially important for those employees who have a busy hectic schedule, are frequently on the road or are based within call centres.
As an accredited Work Ready Dietitian, I can deliver the BDA Work Ready Programme for your organisation.
The BDA Work Ready Programme offers a bespoke nutritional wellness programme tailored to your employees’ needs.
The programme offers a pick and mix approach meaning that you can choose the level of support required at the time that staff need it. The programme supports healthier working lives through dietitian-led wellness initiatives and has been developed based on the latest evidence and approaches.
Advice will be tailored to meet your wellbeing priorities and in line with guidance for any national award schemes the organisation is working towards. BDA Work Ready
Food and Nutrition Central offers a variety of interactive, comprehensive nutrition training sessions for companies, care staff and healthcare professionals. We are a REHIS accredited training centre.
The REHIS Introduction to Food and Health gives you a basic knowledge and understanding of healthy eating, nutrition and health.
The Elementary Food and Health Course goes into a bit more depth and offers a certificate on completion of the final multiple choice.
REHIS Food and Health for Carers of Adults with a Learning Disability is similar to the Elementary Food and Health but focuses on the particular health needs of adults with a learning disability.
Food and Nutrition for Childcare Providers Awareness Joint Award is a new joint training award with REHIS and has been specially developed for childcare providers.
Joint Award in Allergy Awareness is a half day course aimed at providing information and skills for those responsible for the care of individuals with allergies and their food provision.
Further information on REHIS can be found at REHIS Community Training Courses
Contact Food and Nutrition Central for more information