This course will provide you with knowledge, skills and understanding to work in an unsupervised capacity as a sports massage therapist, with non-pathological (non-injured) tissues. Students typically attend sports fundraising events to treat people taking part as part of their clinical practice to aid preparation for their exams.
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This course will run over eight days. The next course will run from 9.30am to 4.30pm from Monday to Thursday, from June 18 to June 28 (2018). The course will also run from June 17 in 2019.
You will learn the functional anatomy and physiology, nutrition, classification of sports injuries and the stage of healing. The course will also provide you with the understanding, skills and techniques to plan, prepare for and apply a range of sports massage methods to uninjured clients. Students will also develop the skills to evaluate massage strategies and methods to inform on future treatments.
Modules studied are:
Assessments are comprised of:
For further information visit the ITEC website by clicking here.
After this course you could progress to the Level 4 Sports Massage course.
Sports Massage Level 3 Certificate - Part Time Evenings
Course Code: FC6625
Annual Fees* £890
*Registration fee included
Please note: Fees are for 2018/19 for home and EU students of all ages. No concessions apply.
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