Becoming a Registered Nutritionist via Experience in Evidence Based Nutrition (EEBN)
This route is for individuals with a minimum of 10 years’ work experience in evidence-based nutrition at a senior level in industry, research, academia, sport, government, charity, NGO or health care settings.
If you have been working in nutrition science but have less than 10-years of senior level experience, please read the page on applying for Registered Nutritionist via Portfolio application.
How to Apply:
- Read the Guidance Notes for Applications for Registered Nutritionist via EEBN before completing your application form
- Read BOTH the Competency Requirements Registered Associate Nutritionist
and the Competency Requirements Registered Nutritionist
- Read the AfN Standards of Ethics, Conduct and Performance
Complete the application form below,
- including details of two referees (at least one referee must be a UKVRN Registered Nutritionist)
- uploading your supporting statement, full CV and a certified copy of your photographic identification
- making payment for your application processing and first years registration fees (£361 (+ £102 if applying for dual specialism))
Applications and payments are now submitted online via this website. The guidance documents are currently being updated to reflect this change.
Forms without a payment will not be sent to the registration team for processing.
Please inform your referees of your application, as we will contact these shortly after receipt of your application and will not be able to send your portfolio to an assessor until references have been received and all other documentation has been confirmed as uploaded (certified ID, Full CV, supporting statement, any accompanying evidence & submission fee paid).
ID and Degree Certificates/Transcripts can be certified as true copies of the original documents by any individual of professional standing, providing they are not related to you, do not live at the same address as yourself and is not a close personal friend.
- Search the Register
- Apply for Registration
- Transfer from ANutr to RNutr
- Fellow of AfN
- Registration FAQ’s
- UKVRN Declarations
- Update your details
- Why register?