Online Renal Nutrition Course - BOOK NOW!

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The Dietitians of the Renal Interest Group of the INDI are delighted to present an opportunity for dietitians to learn from those working in this specialist area of dietetics with their Online Renal Nutrition Course.

Are you planning your CPD for the year ahead?

Would you like some online CPD
to do in your own time on these cold Winter days?

Would you like to upskill
in the area of Renal Nutrition?

Then this new course is for you!


Brought to you by the
Renal Interest Group of the INDI

Renal Nutrition Course 1
 Introduction to Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) 
Stages 1-3A

The very popular and well established renal nutrition course has been revamped and will now be delivered as 3 separate courses (see Table below) covering the full spectrum of nutritional management, from early stages of CKD to end stage renal disease including dialysis and transplantation.  

We are delighted to start 2020 with the launch of Course 1 which will  provide you with the foundation knowledge about the disease from both a medical (pathophysiology, diagnosis, risk factors management) and a nutritional perspective (nutritional assessment, dietary manipulation, aspects of renal diet required in earlier stages and how to incorporate into overall care plans with other co-existing illness).

Course content has been developed by nephrologists and dietitians specialising in nephrology.  This fully online course will be available on demand for a period of 8 weeks from purchase date.  It will be compulsory to have completed course 1 or a similar renal nutrition course before progressing to course 2 and likewise for course 3.  

What is the aim of the course?
To educate the dietitian regarding the appropriate medical and dietetic management of patients with Chronic Kidney Disease (Stages 1-3A with focus on stage 3A).

Who is this course suitable for? 
  • Dietitians in general, as well as those working in the area of community dietetics, endocrinology, cardiology and care of the older person.
  • Dietitians working in the area of nephrology for less than one year or dietitians with an interest in this area.
How long will it take to complete the course?

The course consists of 5 modules (including pre course work), a comprehensive range of supportive resources and a post course assessment. It takes approximately 8 hrs to complete and we recommend that you assign one to two hrs per week over 4-6 weeks to complete it. 

How much does the course cost?
The course is competitively priced at €125 for INDI members and €225 for non members.

Will I get a certificate of completion when I do the course?
A cert can be generated form the training package when you have completed all modules and post course assessment.

To sign up and start this exciting course,
please email the INDI office at
to request payment form and log in details.