San Francisco, California, USA
London, United Kingdom
In this hands-on workshop we’ll explore fun and interactive ways to promote healthy eating to children in your service. You’ll even get to make up some of your own!
After attending this workshop you’ll have a clear understanding of the educator’s role in promoting heathy eating – and develop the skills and confidence to do it.
This workshop will also help your service work towards Element 2.2.1 and regulation 80 of the National Quality Standard.
You will learn:
- the importance of play and learning to promote healthy eating
- what it means to “promote healthy eating” in the National Quality Standard
- fun and engaging ways to teach children about food and nutrition
- the educator’s role in a whole-of-service approach to healthy eating
- strategies to overcome challenges.
Best suited to early years and OSHC educators and coordinators.
What are my transport/parking options getting to the event?
Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
There is no need for paper tickets or to print this confirmation email. Your name will be on an attendee list at the workshop.
What is the refund policy?
Can I be invoiced for payment?
As a not-for-profit organisation unfortunately we do not have the resources to invoice each individual attendee therefore payment via this method is unavailable.
Payment via credit card online is preferred however if this is not possible, we can accept payment via cheque or money order. However you must allow sufficient time for it to arrive at our Victoria division office and to be banked before the workshop date.
If you would like to pay via cheque or money order, please contact us directly on 1300 515 523 so we can manually add you to your chosen session and provide you with further payment instructions.
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Nutrition Australia is a non-government, non-profit, community based-organisation with offices throughout Australia. Nutrition Australia is an independent member organisation that aims to promote the health and wellbeing of all Australians.