BANT MEMBERBERSHIP ENTRY CRITERIA FROM JUNE 2011
The external regulation of nutritional therapy practitioners has now been transferred to the Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council (CNHC):
Currently anyone wishing to apply for BANT membership should be guided by the pdf document set out below.
BANT MEMBERSHIP ENTRY CRITERIA
TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF MEMBERSHIP
MEMBERSHIP APPLICATION FORMS
Please use one of the following application forms if you have a qualification or are enrolled on a BANT recognised course.
STUDENT TO FULL MEMBERSHIP
ASSOCIATE TO FULL MEMBERSHIP
FULL NON-PRACTISING MEMBERSHIP
STUDENT TO FULL NON-PRACTISING MEMBERSHIP
ASSOCIATE MEMBERSHIP (A)If you have trained elsewhere, have professional indemnity insurance to practice and are registered with the CNHC or HPC or UKVRN, then you will need to make an application for ASSOCIATE MEMBERSHIP (A) of BANT in order to complete and APL/APEL assessment.
NON-BANT MEMBER CNHC REGISTRATION - ASSOCIATE MEMBERSHIP (B)If you have been in practice for a minimum of 3 years and you have trained elsewhere and are NOT registered with the CNHC or HPC or UKVRN, you will then need to apply for registration with the CNHC using the EXTERNAL FULL PORTFOLIO ASSESSMENT before you can apply for ASSOCIATE MEMBERSHIP (B) of BANT.
23rd Dec 2013 to 1st Jan 2014 - CLOSED2nd Jan 2014 - OPEN
The December BANT News has now been emailed to all members. This month features a Q&A article from CNHC Chair John Lant.
We are delighted to announce that we are working in collaboration with CAM Conferences for a series of five CAM Conferences in 2014.CLICK HERE TO BOOK YOUR PLACE
To understand the differences between dietitians, nutritionists and nutritional therapists, please look at the following BANT briefing notes:
EVIDENCE BASED PRACTICEDETOXIFICATIONOPTIMUM NUTRITION
To view or download the posters click the following links:
TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF USE
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