THE NEP 6-WEEK

FLAGSHIP PROGRAM

Season 2 - NEP Financial Freedom Webinar

118

FELLOWS

36

cities

8

Countries

“Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things that you didn’t do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines. Sail away from the safe harbour. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover.”

- Mark Twain

ABOUT NEP 6-WEEK ENTREPRENEURSHIP PROGRAM

NEP is a highly selective entrepreneurship program for Nutritionists and Dietitians which empowers them to build, sustain and grow their business and nutrition practice.

 

NEP graduates have made a name for themselves and are recognised for their innovative and cutting edge practices in the health and nutrition space.

Last day to Apply: Dec 20th, 2021

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NEP IS FOR YOU IF ...

  1. You are a fresh Nutrition graduate looking to start your own practice
  2. You are an established nutritionist/dietician looking to grow your practice and need help along the way
  3. You value work-life balance and are searching for creative ways to earn while working from home
  4. You are tired of your routine job, and would like to try something innovative in the healthcare space

BENEFITS OF NEP

  1. Ample support, guidance and preliminary hand-holding from industry experts and mentors
  2. Expand and grow your practice under your own personal brand 
  3. Earn up to 2 to 5x more per month as compared to a full-time job
  4. Become an entrepreneur and enjoy a great work-life balance!

NEP 6-WEEK PROGRAM ADMISSION PROCESS

Step 1:

Apply Online on the website

Step 2:

NEP Online entrance test

Step 3:

Preliminary Interview

Step 4:

Final round of Interview

Step 5:

Acceptance and Payment of Fees

FLAGSHIP PROGRAM INCLUSIONS

Last day to Apply: Dec 20th, 2021

6-week intensive online program 
 
100+ hours of video lectures (access to NEP online learning portal with web and mobile app)
 
NEP coursebook (a hard copy will be shipped to your residence/workplace prior to program commencement)
Lifetime support post program completion
 
One-on-one mentorship and support with program directors via NEP office hours (30 minutes/week)
8-10 live interactive sessions via video webinar + comprehensive one-on-one support over phone and email. 
 
Lifetime access to the NEP alumni and mentor network

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Program dates: Jan 26th to Mar 31st, 2022

Last day to Apply: Dec 20th, 2021

Frequently asked questions

My roommate and I are on the same lease. If they leave, do I have to cover his/her rent?


When you are on the same lease with your roommate, you are liable for his/her debts to the landlord. Your options are to seek restitution either through mediation or legal options from the collective lease.




My roommate has visitors over all the time and I can't get any studying done, what should I do?


Since your roommate is entitled to have visitors, as long as they are not causing a major disturbance, your only option is to negotiate an agreement over when visitors can be on the premises.




Something is broken in the home, how can I get it fixed?


If it is not urgent you can call our office at 519-433-0999, or email us at fix@padrentals.ca. If it is urgent please call 519-433-0999. if there is an emergency please call 911 See our Maintenance Info Sheet on our resource page for more detailed info: https://www.padrentals.ca/resources




My landlord enters my house without notice.


It is a violation of the Residential Tenancies Act for the landlord to enter without notice except for some circumstances especially an emergency issue. It is advised that you ask the landlord for notice and if the problem continues to inform the landlord of the Act.




My landlord says that I did not give written notice and that I now owe two months rent even though my lease is over.


This is quite possible for the landlord to do as the same law that allows a tenant to go month-to-month when the lease is over also requires the tenant to give 60 days WRITTEN notice to vacate ... even if the tenant is vacating at the end of their lease. If the tenant has failed to do so, the only option they can try is to negotiate with the landlord.




I changed the locks and now the landlord says I must give them a key, is this true?


The Residential Tenancies Act says that you can not change the lock without the landlord's permission ... and thus they would be entitled to a key.




My landlord called me and was very upset because he had a letter from the City regarding how our garbage was put out at night. Can the landlord take action against us about this?


Yes ... the City has an 8 day schedule so your collection day changes every week. There are also some strict guidelines about what can and cannot be put out and what type and number of bags/containers must be used. If the landlord faces an action being taken by the City, he can pass along that action to the tenants. For more info on garbage collection please visit: http://www.london.ca/residents/Garbage-Recycling/Pages/default.aspx




The Bylaw Enforcement officer came by and told us that we had to remove our car from our front yard. Can they do this?


In London, it is illegal to park a car on the grassy portion of your front yard and driveways can only be made of a certain substance and size. If there is a ticket issued, it is your responsibility to pay the fine. For more parking info please see: http://www.london.ca/residents/Parking/Pages/default.aspx




When is rent due?


The rent is due the 1st of each month. the options to pay your rent are: - post dated cheques - come into the office and pay with cash or debit - pre-authorized payments, see the form on our resource page. - complete the credit card authorization form found on our resources page, or - send us an e-transfer. Instructions are found on our resource page - add us as a payee with your bank, please email us for further directions.




What happens if I do not pay my rent?


If a tenant does not pay their rent: • The landlord can give the tenant a notice to pay the rent they owe or move. If the tenant does not pay or move in response to the notice, the landlord can apply to the Board for an order to evict the tenant and to collect the rent that the tenant owes. OR • The landlord can apply to the Board only for an order to collect the rent that the tenant owes, and not ask the Board to evict the tenant. For more information go to our resource page




I haven't been recieving my mail, what should I do?


Contact Canada post. If you are unsure if you have a community box they will be able to assist you with the location and provide you with a key. For more information please visit Canada Post's website: https://www.canadapost.ca/web/en/home.page




My Cable and/or Internet is not working, what should I do?


Call your provider and they will be able to answer your questions. Rogers - https://www.rogers.com/consumer/support/contactus Bell - http://support.bell.ca/Contact-us




I need my rent recipets from last year for tax purposes, how do I aquire those?


If you are need of your rent receipts from a previous year please email us at rent@padrentals.ca In the email please include your name, the address you were living at, and when you were living there.





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