Massage Therapy OSCE and MCQ Preparation
Faculty: Health & Personal Care
Certification: Diploma of Health and Human Sciences
Entrance Requirements: Please click here
The profession of massage therapy is regulated within the province of Newfoundland and Labrador. In order to practice as a Massage Therapist in the province, one must successfully complete the College of Massage Therapists of Newfoundland and Labrador (CMTNL) certification examination. The Massage Therapy – OSCE and MCQ Preparation program is designed specifically as a refresher program for those individuals who need a second diploma in order to be able to write the CMTNL certification again, or for those whose license has been inactive for two or more consecutive years. The CMTNL has confirmed that the diploma obtained following completion of this program meets the requirements of both Sections 8(3) and 9(4) of the Massage Therapy Board Regulations.
- Proficiency Analysis/Anatomy Refresher (1 week)
- OSCE Preparation/Case Studies (11 weeks)
Upon successful completion of the Massage Therapy OSCE and MCQ Preparation program, graduates may choose to practice in a variety of settings. Many will become self-employed, while others may work in massage clinics, chiropractors or doctors’ offices, spas, health clubs, nursing homes, hospitals, etc. This profession can be highly flexible affording individuals the opportunity to choose work schedules that best suits their needs.
In order to be accepted into the Massage Therapy OSCE and MCQ Preparation program, individuals must have successfully completed a Massage Therapy diploma program approved by the College of Massage Therapists of Newfoundland and Labrador (CMTNL).
Specific Entrance Requirement
Students must submit a Certificate of Conduct from their local Police Department.
Certificate of Conduct: Students must acquire a Certificate of Conduct for admission into this program. Students are solely accountable for any offences not uncovered by the investigation which may preclude the student from subsequent employment.
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