Be a part of the emerging industry and start endorsing those to live healthier lives with physical activity, leisure and dietary advice.
Industry professionals as your teachers
Our teaching staff at Torrens University Australia are industry professionals. Torrens has a strong focus on employability, so access to our well-connected staff members can help open doors into your future career.
Flip it, flip it good
This course is delivered fully online, allowing you to study anywhere in Australia (or the world), anytime. We still incorporate our famous ‘Flipped Classroom’ teaching method allowing you to learn through doing, not just through listening. The flipped classroom model provides you with the opportunity to explore material at your own pace before class.
Move on up and get credit
The Diploma of Health & Wellbeing provides credit and pathway opportunities into a range of Torrens and sister institution undergraduate courses. This includes the Bachelor of Nutrition, Bachelor of Applied Public Health, Bachelor of Human Services courses at Torrens; the Bachelor of Applied Social Science at Jansen Newman Institute; and Bachelor of Health Science at the Australasian College of Natural Therapies and the Southern School of Natural Therapies.
Our Success Coaches leverage a student’s strengths and align their learning with their broader life purpose. They work with students from their first admission, coaching students to successfully navigate the educational landscape and build personal and professional capability to improve their employability outcomes including self-employment and entrepreneurship. With a focus on the student’s career goals, and trained in Gallup strengths quest, the Success Coach takes a strengths-based approach to engage with and motivate students for study and career success.
Key Study Outcomes:
- Understand a range of health solutions in human nutrition, health and fitness
- Recognise the dominant theories of health
- Assess the social determinants of health
- Design and evaluate health promotion strategies