The Federation of Nutritional Therapy Practitioners
The Federation of Nutritional Therapy Practitioners (FNTP) is the largest growing professional organisation for practitioners of Nutritional Therapy, and is the voice of Nutritional Therapy in Europe. They determine standards of education and maintain a register of appropriately qualified practitioners. The FNTP have accredited Sano School of Culinary Medicine’s Diploma in Applied Nutrition at a non practitioner level. This means that, as we clearly state, the course will NOT allow you to be a Nutritional Therapist, but the accreditation is in fact testament to the level and standard of our course. This is an assurance that our course is of a very high standard. www.fntp.org.ok
The Complementary Medical Association
The Complementary Medical Association is the world’s largest organisation representing complementary medicine in a professional manner. As a CMA registered training provider, graduates of Sano School of Culinary Medicine can become members of the CMA. The CMA believe that by promoting The CMA and its registered members though the media they are able to help the public and doctors to realise that complementary and integrative medicine is – when delivered safely and ethically – a viable and highly desirable form of healthcare. A great part of their work consists of referring public and conventional medics alike to CMA registered practitioners so that they can be assured that treatment will be delivered by a highly qualified, insured practitioner who adheres to a strict Code of Ethics and disciplinary procedure. They call this the “CMA Referrals Scheme”. www.the-cma.org.uk
Continuing Professional development (CPD)
The FNTP has also awarded Sano School of Culinary Medicine’s Diploma in Applied Nutrition CPD status – awarding us 5 CPD points. This means that our course will now be fully recognised as further training and professional development for qualified Nutritional Therapists.