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Continuing Nutrition Education 2014
A complete and comprehensive Continuing Nutrition Education (CNE) programme for Dietitians and Nutritionists to earn up to 31 CPD points annually.
We are proud to announce our CNE programme for 2014:
The Division of Human Nutrition at Stellenbosch University will once again be hosting its annual Continuing Nutrition Education (CNE) Programme for Dietitians and Nutritionists in 2014. This programme has become a highly successful annual event with more than 500 participants attending in 2013.
We are very excited about the growth of the programme, which has been offering 3 options since 2011. In 2014 the residential option (Option A) will take place on 29 and 30 May. In addition, to make the programme accessible to those not able to attend the full 2 days of the residential option, we will make the full offering of PowerPoint slides available electronically (Option B). To earn the full amount of CPD points, participants will have to study the slides in their own time and answer relevant questionnaires. Option C consists of 6 articles that will have to be studied and questionnaires answered to obtain additional CPD points.
Dietitians and Nutritionists can register for Options A, B or C individually, or the combination of A and C or B and C can be selected. Depending on the option selected, a total of up to 31 CPD points, including 6 ethics points, can be earned.
Each practitioner is responsible for maintaining his/her own Individual Activity Report (Form IAR1) until such time as his/her name is drawn for a compliance audit (Click here to download the portfolio form). CNE update 2014 will issue a CPD Certificate to participants who successfully complete the programme, and will keep record of each participant’s units earned for a period of three years after the date that the certificate was issued.
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