Frequently Asked Questions
How much is the course?
This course costs €90.
What does the course include?
Each lecture answers your question with a short video presentation, additional text information and a download to help you put it into practice.
Each video is about 3-minutes long, so you can easily watch lectures in between taking care of your baby!
The questions cover everything from your baby's first bite to their first birthday.
Extra bonus information on making sense of food labels, tips for raising happy, healthy eaters and weaning using store cupboard foods.
Downloads including Family Friendly Weaning Recipe ebook, equipment checklist, template for vegetable-first weaning and others.
When does the course start and finish?
The course starts as soon as you sign up and it never expires. It’s a self-paced online course, you decide when you start and when you finish.
It takes about 90-minutes to complete in total.
Can I ask questions as I go through the course?
Yes, you can ask general questions directly within the course. There's no need to join an extra Facebook Group. You'll find a comment section at the end of each lecture where questions and answers are given publicly (I answer all your questions myself-it's like having a dietitian in your pocket!)
If you'd prefer to ask a private question then you're free to email me at any time.
If your question is more in-depth or is something that requires an individual assessment then you can book in for a one-to-one consultation at a special discounted rate.
How long do I have access to the course?
Forever. After enrolling you will have unlimited access to the course for as long as you like, on any device you own. It's always there for you when you need it.
How do I know that the information you give me is correct?
I'm a registered dietitian and that means that by law I can only give evidence-based information. Nutrition is an evolving science and guidelines change from time to time and may differ slightly between countries. The advice provided in this course is based on European and Irish guidelines.
Couldn't I just get this information elsewhere? Online or from my Public Health Nurse?
Of course, all of this information is available somewhere. But you'll find it jumbled up with lots of other information that's out-dated or incorrect. Without the appropriate qualifications, it's difficult to pick fact from fad.
Public Health Nurses (PHNs) give some evidence-based information about weaning. However, it's not possible for them to provide this depth of information.