FREE Technology for Healthy Living Course & Fitbit @ University of Tasmania Online (Back Again Plus Other)
Is time to get your shape back after the long break. What else is better than joining this course and the free Fitbit is back again. This time you get the newer "FLEX 2" device!!
Technology for Healthy Living
Take the first step! Technology for Healthy Living is designed to give you an understanding of the technologies that can help you alter your daily activities to live a healthier lifestyle. You will receive a FITBIT® as part of your participation in this unit*.
Foundations of Food and Nutrition
Ever wondered what really makes a healthy diet? Foundations of Food and Nutrition is designed to provide you with the skills to identify nutrition fact from fiction, and make healthy food choices. Topics covered include basic nutrition, popular food fads, nutrition supplements and products, and current topical issues.
Vitamins, Supplements and Herbal Medicines
Explore health benefits and best practice in natural healthcare by studying Vitamins, Supplements and Herbal Medicine. Build your knowledge to make informed choices about complementary and alternative medicines.
Sports Doping and Performance Enhancing Drugs
Gain an overview of drugs that are prohibited in sport, how they function, and their effects on performance with Sports Doping and Performance Enhancing Drugs, a fully online unit from the University of Tasmania. Study ethical considerations, therapeutic use exemptions, and the systems monitoring the use of substances in the sporting world.
Self-Care for Mental Health and Wellbeing
Self-Care for Mental Health and Wellbeing is a fully-online unit that helps you understand and maintain a healthy mind and general wellbeing. It explores determinants that may impact upon mental health, using stories and vignettes from experts and members of the community. Students will investigate tools, processes and approaches to maintaining mental wellness, as well as examine approaches to developing resilience and coping with stress.