1. Critically apply relevant evidence, dietary and physical activity guidelines, and principles of client centred care to prepare and justify nutrition care plans for active individuals and athletes. 2. Apply nutrition assessment methods, including hydration, body composition and a nutrition focused physical examination, to active individuals or athletes. 3. Critically discuss the physiology of exercise and substrate utilisation changes in response to exercise and different sport settings. 4. Identify specific nutritional issues associated with active individuals and athletes across the dynamic spectrum of health during the lifespan. 5. Make recommendations for the safe, legal and effective use of supplements by athletes. 6. Communicate effectively to negotiate services and compensation in a sports nutrition context. 7. Describe ethical considerations and scope of practice for dietitians specific to sports nutrition.