Start Date13 Sep 2021
Course: VTCT Level 4 Certificate in Sports MassageCampus: Strand RoadType: Part TimeStart Date: 13/09/2021
- Site location Strand Road
- Dates 13/09/2021 - 17/06/2022
- Conducting Subjective and Objective Assessment
- Provide Sports Massage Techniques to Prevent and Manage Injury
- Treatment Modalities to Support Soft Tissue Repair
UK RequirementsLevel 3 Diploma Sports Massage.It is expected that you will be currently working in the area of sports massage therapy and have access to a range sports massage clients.
ROI RequirementsLevel 3 Diploma in Sports massage or equivalent. It is expected that you will be currently working in the area of sports massage therapy and have access to a range sports massage clients.
It is expected that you will be currently working in the area of sports massage therapy and have access to a range sports massage clients
Further StudyLevel 5 Sports massage
Career ProspectsThis qualification will prepare you for employment as a sports massage practitioner working with injured clients. Learners who complete this qualification will be able to gain employment and obtain insurance to work as a sports massage practitioner. Employment opportunities exist in a variety of settings, including: Private health clubs and leisure centres Sports centres and clubs Working independently/self-employed/mobile/home-based settings
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