Educational Objective - With 750 hours of classroom, lab and clinical instruction, the objectives of the massage therapy program are to equip participants with the necessary entry-level technical, business and professional skills for competency, confidence and achievement in the fields of massage therapy and body work. Students are evaluated in all areas of professional development, including applicable areas of Human Sciences, Massage Techniques, Adjunct Body Work Modalities, Professional Standards and Clinical Practices. Instilled within each student will be a sincere and practical care for all people and a commitment to serve others with dignity. Each student will learn to balance the nurturing character of massage therapy with, and understanding of, the need to produce and income. Students will graduate with a certificate in massage therapy and will be prepared to sit for the National Certification Examination for Therapeutic Massage and Body Works. Graduates will be qualified to work in private practices, chiropractic offices, wellness centers, health clinics, resorts, spas, physical therapy practices, pain management centers and massage therapy establishments. Program Length - The daytime program consists of 6 - 125 hour modules, Monday through Friday, at five hours per day (30 weeks). The evening program consists of 6 - 125 hour modules, Monday through Thursday at 4 1/2 hours per evening (42 weeks).
||Health & Medical/Massage Therapy|
||Lionshead Lake, New Jersey|