NEW YORK, Aug. 25, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, Health Coaching is one of the fastest growing career options of this decade! The Institute for Integrative Nutrition (IIN), the world's largest nutrition school and most well renowned Health Coach Training Program, will begin their Fall Health Coach Training Program on September 14th. The Fall Program will offer completely redesigned and more engaging material, including new lectures delving deeper into IIN's core concepts of "Bio-individuality" and "Primary Food": including topics on relationships, physical exercise, and mindfulness, along with the latest cutting edge nutrition theories and new content from IIN's primary teacher, Joshua Rosenthal. Brand new guest lecturers also include Jennifer Esposito, Vani Hari ("Food Babe"), Tom Malterre, and Robin Berzin, in addition to updated lectures from long-standing visiting teachers Geneen Roth, Nina Planck, and Paul Pitchford.
As one of the first schools to offer online course work, IIN has always been a leader in online education and adult learning. IIN continues to innovate, offering students convenient access to classes through the IIN Learning Center, a portable classroom that allows students to study on their computers, smartphones, and tablets. IIN's Health Coach Training Program consists of 40 modules, which are constantly updated to include cutting edge content. Students can choose from numerous start-dates throughout the year with each program lasting for a full year from the time of enrollment.
Integrative Nutrition is the only school that educates to the level of the national standards established by the Health Coaching industry. Upon completion of the requirements of the Integrative Nutrition program, students are eligible to take a certification exam administered by the International Association of Health Coaches (https://www.iahcnow.org/certification).
Integrative Nutrition academic quality is recognized by over 1500 colleges and universities who will grant up to 29 college credits in transfer for completion of the Health Coach Training Program. Several universities maintain advanced standing articulation agreements with Integrative Nutrition allowing graduates acceptance into a master's degree program with graduate degree credit for completion of the Health Coach Training Program.
"The career opportunities for IIN graduates are limitless; options range from food service to writing bestselling cookbooks, from health coaching to launching all-natural beauty product lines," says Joshua Rosenthal, Founder, Director and Primary Teacher of IIN. "Part of our training includes business strategy so that our entrepreneurs are equipped to launch their businesses successfully."
IIN has over 60,000 students and graduates from over 120 countries. Students learn from world-class educators including Deepak Chopra, MD; Mehmet Oz, MD; and author David Wolfe; in addition to celebrity personalities such as author and activist Alicia Silverstone and Venus Williams. IIN also boasts a star-studded list of alumni, including TV personality Daphne Oz, actress Amy Smart and Australian model Miranda Kerr. To sign up, please call (877) 780-5745 or visit http://www.integrativenutrition.com.
About The Institute for Integrative Nutrition:
The Institute for Integrative Nutrition was founded in 1992 by Joshua Rosenthal. What started as a small classroom of passionate students in a live setting is now the world's largest nutrition school and most well renowned Health Coach Training Program. Through an innovative, one-year online course built specifically for the adult learner, Integrative Nutrition's holistic program teaches Health Coaching and business skills, personal development philosophy, and over 100 dietary theories with lectures by the world's leading physicians, researchers, doctors, and nutrition experts. Integrative Nutrition is more than a school; they are a movement whose program is changing the landscape of health and wellness around the world, training over 60,000 students and graduates in 124 countries. For more information, visit http://www.integrativenutrition.com.
SOURCE Institute for Integrative Nutrition