Vital Nutrition can develop a workplace health strategy to help your company achieve optimum business performance. Whether you are interested in workshops or seminars, advice on what to serve in the office canteen, or one-to-one consultations for employees, we can develop a bespoke corporate health programme to suit your needs
Some of the services we offer:
- Practical nutrition workshops and seminars
- Cookery demonstrations
- Healthy canteen audits
- One-to-one consultations for employees
- Keynote speaker for conferences and events
- Interactive and engaging exhibition stands
- Healthy goody bags and incentives to encourage positive change
Vital Nutrition is unique in that we offer a complete range of corporate and wellbeing solutions. We work closely with other healthcare providers to ensure we develop exactly the right plan to optimise you company’s corporate health.
Our corporate health workshops (click to find out more):
- Working Well
- Eating for Energy
- Healthy Shift Workers
- Stress Less
- Eat Your Heart Out
- Good Mood Foods
- Six Weeks to Super Health
What customers have to say about our workplace health programmes:
‘Jane’s informal and friendly approach to health and wellness has received positive feedback from staff staff at all levels, from drivers and maintenance staff to senior management.who have implemented plenty of healthy changes to their diets.’
Lisa Brown, Translink
Jane will engage at any level from construction workers on building sites to professionals in any organisation with the sole aim of improving health. We at Farrans would recommend Jane to any organisation.
Alex Anderson, SHEQ Manager, Farrans
‘Jane presented at our 2015 health and wellbeing conference, the feedback was extremely positive ranging from interesting, informative, useful, entertaining and ‘knows her stuff’.
Her style of presenting is enjoyable and informal and her wealth of knowledge and expertise is evident from the beginning.
We would definitely recommend and use her again.
The only negative was that 1 hour was not enough.’
Oonagh Cullen, Victim Support NI