Those new to the field, or new graduates, can apply for Graduate Registration. This enables people who have the appropriate knowledge base but not yet the experience, to join the Register. It encourages safe and ethical practice in graduate registrants from graduation and their initial engagement in sports and exercise nutrition at different levels of practice.
Graduate registration is awarded to individuals who can demonstrate appropriate qualifications.
The maximum period of graduate registration will be 5 years; after which time the registrant will be required to demonstrate the requirements for full registration in performance or community sports or they will be removed from the register. The performance registration route is available now, the community sports route is in development. This route will apply to those working with local clubs, individuals at local or county level and in lifestyle settings.
The document, ‘SENr Graduate Competences in Sport and Performance Nutrition’ details the competences required of graduate registrants in Sport and Performance Nutrition.
The Guide to Graduate Registration provides a complete overview of SENr graduate registration.
The competencies expected of the SENr graduate registrant in Sport and Performance Nutrition are summarised in the document, ‘SENr Graduate Self Assessment of Professional Competence’.
All potential applicants are required to undertake a self assessment against the competency framework prior to submitting an application. The purpose of this self assessment is to ensure that only suitably qualified applicants proceed to apply for formal SENr assessment of competency.
If you do not meet all criteria do not submit an application for assessment.
An application for assessment can be made at four points throughout the year. The deadline for applications are:
If your application is successful your registration will start from the 1 March, 1 June, 1 September or the 1 December.
Each applicant for registration shall submit a SENr Graduate Assessment to include:
The fees for registration and British Dietetic Association (BDA) membership are as follows:
All SENr registrants are required to be BDA members.
All applicants will be required to pay a £10 administration fee on submission of their application. This is to cover processing costs.
There is a registration fee for joining the register. This is payable after confirmation is given that applicant is eligible to join the register. As registrants can join at four points through the year the first fee is pro-rata:
1 March £50
1 June £37.50
1 September £25
1 December £12.50
The registration fee is an annual fee of £50 payable on the 1 March.
All registrants on the register are required to be a BDA member. Nutritionists and Sport Scientists are required to join as an Associate member. Dietitians are required to join as a Full member. This is an annual fee. Registrants can also join the BDA at four points through the year and the first fee is pro-rata.
2010-2011 Associate membership fees for Nutritionists and Sport Scientists:
1 March 2010 £81
1 June 2010 £60.75
1 September 2010 £40.50
1 December 2010 £20.25
2010-2011 Full membership fees for Dietitians:
1 March 2010 £240
1 June 2010 £180
1 September 2010 £120
1 December 2010 £60
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