The students must have completed the study program comprised of 650 hours. This program gives the student the educational and licensing requirements to become a licensed Massage Therapist. The student will develop skills to adequately prepare them to contribute to the health industry and wellness of their clients. Massage Therapist seek to manage and relieve pain, stress in various settings such as cruises, salons, medical health facilities and spas. In conjunction with the different technical courses, the students will train in communication, ethics, human relations, behavior and the prevention of infections, first aid and the business aspect of the Massage Therapy industry.
NOTE: This program will be taught in its entirety in English or Spanish by a Licensed Massage Therapist, students are required to make a language selection during registration.
A daily log is maintained where students sign in and out in the morning and afternoon. The school expects regular attendance by all students.
NOTE: The students in the Massage Therapy program may not attend classes for more than 6 hours a day or 30 hours per week.
Daily theory class, practical demonstration and practical work performed by students under strict instructor supervision according to program curriculums (must have completed and passed MT01 and MT02 courses to practice on clients).
DEFINITION OF CLOCK HOURS
One “Clock Hour” is defined as no less than 50 minutes of any one clock hour during which the student participates in a learning activity of the school for the coursework required in the physical presence of a member of the faculty.
GRADING PROCEDURES & DIPLOMAS AWARDED
All practical tasks are evaluated and recorded to comply with Florida’s minimum task requirements. A minimum score of 75% or overall grade “C” is required to graduate.
A diploma is issued to each student who satisfactorily completes the program and satisfies all requirements.