24th May 2017
4th May 2017 – Showcase your Knowledge and Expertise in the Area of Sport and Performance Nutrition
Choose a dairy related-topic for your dissertation and enter it for the Dairy Council Sport Nutrition Award! Or, submit a case study of your client who has benefited from dairy as part of their sport nutrition plan. Case studies, primary research, and literature reviews are all eligible!
Entries can be submitted anytime until 31st December 2017
- Read the Award brochure (Acrobat PDF file).
17th March 2017 – UK Anti-Doping advocate use of SENr to protect athletes against meat contamination
UKAD have posted a blog advising athletes to consult with SENr registrants to help advise them on how to protect themselves against consumption of contaminated meat. Read the full blog here.
13th February 2017 – New Registrant Benefit!
From 1 March you can access a 20% discount on the ‘Plus’ sports pack of Nutritics when you join for a year up front.
This offer will give you a saving of £60 and can be accessed via a dedicated sign up page. Click here for full details. (Registrants will be emailed a password for this page before 25 February 2017 but if you need a reminder please email email@example.com).
30th January 2017
Updated SENr Supplement Position Statement
The document has been updated with the following explanation / advice:
On some occasions supplement companies have been found to incorrectly use the Informed Sport and Informed Choice logos. This may be a blatant disregard of the logo by a company, or may be inappropriate early use of the logo prior to final test results being confirmed by Informed Sport. As such, we strongly recommend that all athletes and practitioners check that the products, and batches of supplements they plan to use, have been through the Informed Sport testing programme. This can be done easily by visiting the following webpage: www.informed-sport.com/supplement_search.
British Association of Sports & Exercise Sciences (BASES) publish SENr Supplement Statement Article in their Winter 2016 journal.
28th September 2016 – SENr Autumn Newsletter
Bringing you the latest information and news from SENr, including:
- Streamlined Registration pathways and competencies (updated following a registrant survey).
- Online learning.
- Autumn Showcase.
3rd August 2016 – Clean Sport
Following the news item on 25th May, the Sport and Exercise Nutrition Register (SENr) is delighted to launch a vital Supplement in sport position statement which has been developed with support from UK Anti-Doping (UKAD). Read more on our Key Documents page.
There is an oportunity for a Graduate Registrant to work with the BDA on its exciting online learning portal.
CVs to firstname.lastname@example.org.
25 May 2016 – Clean Sport
The Sport and Exercise Nutrition Register (SENr) has partnered with UK Anti-Doping (UKAD) to develop a “Clean Sport Commitment Statement”, demonstrating their support for clean sport and their role in protecting athlete support personnel (ASP) from inadvertently breaking the anti-doping rules.
SENr has pledged its support for the protection of clean athletes and their ASP by committing that all SENr registered nutritionists will be expected to undertake the UKAD Accredited Advisor course, as well as abide by UKAD’s anti-doping policies and procedures.
SENr registered nutritionists will also commit to ensuring they do not condone, assist or support the use of prohibited substances or methods in any aspect of their work. <p”>Read more on the UK Anti-doping website.
SENr Launches its Record Keeping Guidance
SENr Launches an Academic Associate Pathway to Registration
We are delighted to announce the launch of our Academic Associate Registration category for those with extensive academic and research expertise in Sport and Exercise Nutrition.
Further details can be found on the Registration Page.
SENr Undergraduate Approval
SENr is pleased to launch its undergraduate programme approval process recognising the course programmes that have been mapped to the SENr knowledge competencies at an introductory / basic level. Whilst an undergraduate degree would need to be supplemented by an appropriate postgraduate qualification for an individual to be accepted onto the Graduate Register, SENr approval denotes that the undergraduate element of SENr Graduate status has been achieved through this programme of study.
University of Huddersfield, BSC(Hons) Sport, Exercise and Nutrition has become the first undergraduate programme to achieve SENr Undergraduate Approval.