KNDI provides a variety of services. All these services are listed as follows:
The registration committee offers services of registration of members, businesses, employers of nutritionists and training institutions on behalf of the council.
A person shall be entitled to registration if he satisfies the Council that he is of good conduct and has paid the registration fee...continue reading.
Institution shall be inspected based on Eleven KNDI standards as indicated in the Training Standards Checklist. KNDI gives the option of two level recognition ...continue reading..
The Internship program seeks to provide a wide variety of opportunities to graduate students to become professionals in the broad fields of nutrition and dietetics. This is an opportunity for them to build their professional expertise in the area they have chosen to serve as professionals....continue reading.
Professional indexing is a procedure of registration of students by assigning them unique identifiers. This process is applicable to all those enrolled for certificate, diploma and degree courses in nutrition and dietetics in accredited institutions recognized by KNDI....continue reading.
KNDI conducts professional exams bi-annually. This year the first examinations were held in 26th January, 2017. KNDI Professional exams results and graduation pass list is now out. Those who sat for the exams and those expecting to graduate should check the pass list. ...continue reading..
Kenya Nutritionists and Dieticians Institute draws its mandate from Section 6 to engage in priority area researches either actively or through training institutions and such bodies that deal on matters related to nutrition and dietetics in Kenya. KNDI conducts researches within the institute and/or in partnership with accredited departments training in nutrition and dietetics. As KNDI continues to implement this mandate a gap has been realized on ethical areas related to research. Currently Nutrition and Dietetics researches in the country are cleared by ERC recognized by NACOSTI....continue reading..
KNDI fulfills this mandate by engaging in 9 different but interrelated fucntions of the Council outlined under Section 6 of the Act. Specific functions relevant for research leadership is under Section 6 (c, f, and g). The Institute therefore draws its mandate from Section 6 to engage in priority area researches either actively or through training institutions and such bodies that deal on matters related to nutrition and dietetics in Kenya....continue reading.
Continuing Professional Development (CPD) for nutritionists and dietitians is a range of learning experiences and competencies that enables retention of capacity to practise safely, effectively, efficiently and legally within the scope of work in a diverse and evolving health care environment. In 2013, the institute developed CPD guidelines for regulating, strengthening and approving CPD processes....continue reading.