Massage

Certificate IV in Massage Therapy

Massage Therapy graduates generally enter clinical practice either alone or as a partner in a health care clinic. Other exciting career opportunities are available in education, community health care services settings, social welfare, sales, manufacturing, and health retreats.

There are no pre-requisites for entry to this qualification.

Course Units

  • Relaxation Massage
  • Therapeutic Massage
  • Anatomy & Physiology for Massage
  • Clinic Massage
  • Clinic Management

This course requires the completion of all subjects listed above. In addition, students must complete or hold a current Senior First Aid certificate at the time of graduation or course completion.

Work Placement

100 hours in a clinical setting.
 

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