I am writing to invite you to hear about our exciting new early childhood research project – SNACing101.


SNACing101 is an online evidence-based, food and nutrition short course to be developed and piloted among Australian ECEC staff. 


To help us develop the online course, I am reaching out to business and industry representatives, community leaders and other relevant parties and requesting their support in an advisory capacity to inform the project from development through to implementation. 


Through the initial development of the concept of this project, you were highly recommended as a person whose advisory contributions could greatly assist the pathway to improve the health of Australian children.  You are therefore invited to the SNACing 101 Advisory Group Breakfast Networking Event (details below). At this event we will explain the project, seek your input on course content and detail how you can be involved further and outline the total commitment. At the conclusion of the breakfast, we will seek Expressions of Interest to become part of the Advisory Group.




Wednesday 21 February, 2018

7.30am – 9.30am

Nutrition laboratory at the ECU Joondalup campus (21.101).


RSVP: Ainslie Sartori, Research Assistant (a.reddin@ecu.edu.au) by Thursday 15 February 2018.


Please advise any dietary requirements and how many parking permits will be required.


Please see the map of Joondalup Campus attached.


Please feel free to circulate this invitation to your committees and networks.


Thanking you in anticipation.


Yours sincerely


Ruth Wallace | PhD, RPHNutr.

Lecturer Public Health

School of Medical and Health Sciences, Edith Cowan University, Building 31.471, Joondalup Campus, Western Australia 6027

Tel: +61 8 6304 2731 | Email: ruth.wallace@ecu.edu.au




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