CPE Listings for the following Learning Needs Code:
7000 Business and Management
A Dietitian’s Guide to Professional Speaking: Expert Advice for Pitching, Presenting & Getting Paid!
Jessica Setnick poured 21 years of experience into this how-to guide for dietitians moving from volunteer to paid speaking jobs. Everything from how to position yourself in the market to how to respond when you get a lowball offer, checklists and lesso (…there’s more…)
Blogging for Impact focuses on next-level content marketing and how to maximize your digital presence.
Grow your career with this virtual and on-demand summit for diet techs on various ways to build your own business as a DTR. This online symposium offers 5 CPEUs for RDs and DTRs.
$695 includes complete lifestyle change curriculum Updated to include: Less emphasis on calories, more emphasis on mindfulness and lifestyle change. More than just ‘calories in/calories out.’ Addresses other factors such as hormones, stress, sleep, et (…there’s more…)
This course teaches registered dietitians how to make money blogging. The 6 lessons offer 23 CPEUs covering a number of different ways dietitians can earn “passive” income online.
The workshop providing 10 CPEUs for dietitians will combine science with real-world experience, including case studies and the personal wisdom of the two highly respected leaders, sports dietitian Nancy Clark MS RD CSSD, and exercise physiologist and researcher John Ivy PhD.
Grocery store tours can be a great way for Registered Dietetic Technicians and Registered Dietitians to gain new clients and connect with others within the local community. However, if your grocery store tour is not organized properly, even from the ea (…there’s more…)
This course teaches registered dietitians how to blog as a business. The 6 lessons offer 21 CPEUs covering writing content, building search engine traffic, and increasing site speed.
This online university providing 20 CPEUs for dietitians consists of 7 easy to use modules with action steps to guide the beginner or existing “nutripreneur” to create a private practice capable of earning a six figure plus income. From learning who your ideal client is, creating packages and services to knowing how to navigate around client objection, the nutrition entrepreneur will have created a proven system that will provide consistent results.