This page includes Dietitians and Nutritionists (NOC: 3132) and Dietary Technicians (NOC: 3219). Dietitians and nutritionists plan, implement and oversee nutrition and food service programs. They are employed in a variety of settings including hospitals, home health-care agencies and extended care facilities, community health centres, the food and beverage industry, educational institutions, and government and sports organizations, or they may work as private consultants. Dietary technicians are employed in health care and commercial food service establishments such as hospitals, extended care facilities, nursing homes, schools, cafeterias and fast food outlets. (National Occupational Classification).
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The university provides education for a career as a Dietitian, Nutritionist, or Dietary Technician through the Human Nutritional Sciences degree. To become a Registered Dietitian in Manitoba, acceptance and completion of a competitive internship available to students in Human Nutritional Sciences is required.
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Date modified: January 30, 2020