National Nutrition Certification Program

Community Nutrition Education October 24, 2014 Print Friendly and PDF

 

Utah State University Food $ense (SNAP-Ed) program highlights 4 areas focusing on improving the lives of the individuals and families they reach.  Through public values research Food $ense (SNAP-Ed) is able to indicate that SNAP-Ed improves education, health, local agriculture and lives of those they reach. 

National Nutrition Certification Program (NNCP) is a nationally recognized free nutrition certification program designed for nutrition educators.  The program is available through Utah State University's SNAP-Ed program as a resource to improve the knowledge and skills of nutrition educators across the country.  See the NNCP brochure here

To learn more about the National Nutrition Certification Program or to enroll, please contact: nncp@usu.edu 

 

 

 

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