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.
You will learn the functional anatomy and physiology, nutrition, classification of sports injuries and the stages 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.
|Study Type:||Part Time|
|Academic Level:||Level 3|
|Award:||Level 3 ITEC Diploma|
The course runs over 10 evening sessions, Wednesday and Thursday from 6pm-8.30pm.
Next course dates: Week 1 05/08/2019 to 09/08/2018 and Week 2 19/08/2019 to 23/08/2019 (attendance must be at both weeks).
Modules studied are:
For further information visit the ITEC website by clicking here.
Course fees for 2018/19 are: £550 including registration.
Students are required to demonstrate an interest and curiosity in how the human body works and the application of therapeutic techniques. No formal qualifications are required for entry but a commitment to learning is essential.
Subject to interview and the submission of formal written work, completion of the Foundation course in Therapeutics can lead to fast track progression onto higher level awards at NESCOT including
B.OSt/MOst (Hons) Osteopathic Medicine
FD Sports Therapy
Level 4 Sports Massage
Last updated: 8/10/2018
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