Remedial Massage Techniques
Remedial Skills and Palpation Techniques for Massage Therapists.
~ a flexible, affordable way to gain a recognised Massage Therapy qualification without breaking the bank or taking two years out of your life.
40 credits, Levels 4/5
Course length; 400 hours; with 4 Certificated Exit Points;
a) after 120 hours (Part A, 12 credits);
b) after a further 100 hours (Part B, 10 credits);
c) after a further 80 hours (Part C, 8 credits);
d) after a further 100 hours (Part D, Anatomy and Physiology,
10 credits at Level 5).
This course is currently in preparation and will be submitted to NZQA for approval after delivery of the first Part A workshop, to be held in Upper Moutere October 30th/31st 2010.
The programme offers a flexible 2-year, part-time pathway into professional massage therapy practice, enabling you to “earn as you learn”.
Requirements include 50 hours of face to face teaching via workshops and tutorials that can be scheduled to meet financial and lifestyle constraints.
Supervision requirements can be completed via phone or email.
Case Studies and written components can be completed at your own pace.
Anatomy and Physiology papers can be started at any point during the course and are Distance Learning.
This is not an entry level course. Students will need to have completed some basic training in massage therapy, sufficient to be comfortable delivering relaxation massage to both male and female clients.
Students who have successfully completed HHT’s Holistic Massage Therapy Course will be eligible to register; other courses will be considered on a case-by-case basis.
The initial Part A workshop, October 30th/31st in Upper Moutere, Nelson, is being offered at a heavily discounted price, as NZQA-assessors and Course Development Advisors will be attending this workshop to finalise details prior to submission to NZQA for approval. Students will be asked to complete formal evaluations of the workshop.
Attendees will be able to claim the credits for attendance at this workshop retrospectively, once approval is granted.
To receive a copy of the full programme Prospectus, please email email@example.com