Oldways offers a range of Continuing Professional Education (CPEU) programs for dietitians and dietetic technicians, at no charge. These include webinars, conferences, and video proceedings from our conferences. Some dietitians have even used our overseas culinaria programs to earn CPE credits. Oldways is a Continuing Professional Education Accredited Provider with the Commission on Dietetic Registration (CDR), provider number OI440.

Free CPEU Programs Currently Available

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2018 Whole Grains Council Conference Videos

Our latest Whole Grains Council Conference was held in Seattle November 4-6, 2018. Learn about local grain economies, the latest health research, whole grain trends in restaurants, consumer attitudes, and more. Recordings from our conference can be viewed for CPE credit until November 3, 2021. There are a total of 6 hours of videos linked below, so viewing all videos would be eligible for up to 6 hours of CPEU credit. Level 2, 6 Credit Hours.

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OTHER CPEU opportunities Available

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Culinaria Travel

Immerse yourself in the delicious and nutritious Mediterranean diet, and experience firsthand why nutrition experts around the world agree that the Mediterranean diet is one of the healthiest eating patterns in the world. Our tour groups travel with acclaimed chefs, and include carefully curated week-long itineraries filled with unforgettable cultural and culinary experiences. CPEU hours vary from trip to trip, and often are eligible for more than a dozen hours.

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Attend the 2020 Oldways Whole Grains Council Conference

September 14-15, 2020
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Learn about whole grains in the beautiful, sunny city of Rio de Janeiro, and experience the rapidly growing whole grain market firsthand. In line with the style of previous Oldways Whole Grains Council conferences, sessions will include research updates on whole grain nutrition, food and wellness trends, whole grain culinary innovations and recipes, marketing strategies, and proven approaches for getting more people to enjoy more whole grains.

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