Sports Massage Therapy VTCT Level 4 Certificate

25085L0 | Leigh College
Start Date | 10/09/2018
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Is this course for me?

The VTCT Level 4 Certificate in Sports Massage Therapy (QCF) is a vocational qualification that will prepare you for a career as a sports massage practitioner working with injured clients.

What will I study?

You will develop the skills to conduct subjective and objective assessments, which will cover active, passive and resisted range of movements, detailed postural analysis, functional testing and special tests. You will also develop the skills to work safely and effectively on muscle and para tendon injuries using a variety of soft tissue techniques and will be able to advise on treatment modalities to support soft tissue repair

How long is the course?

Full Time for one academic year

How will I be assessed?

Practical assessments and workbooks

What qualifications do I need?

Entry onto this qualification is the previous attainment of a Level 3 qualification in sports massage therapy or equivalent.

What can I progress onto?

This qualification will prepare you for employment as a sports massage practitioner working with injured clients.

Course Fees

16-18 Year Olds 19+ year olds Do I have to pay for my course?
FREE £730.00 O

Exam Fee

£81.00
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Course fees shown are per annum (unless indicated otherwise). Courses lasting longer than one year, fees will be payable per year.

If you need advice on any financial support that may be available to you, please contact us on applications@wigan-leigh.ac.uk or phone 01942 761111

Wigan & Leigh College endeavours to ensure that the information provided in this publication is accurate at the time of going to publication. All courses are offered subject to student numbers and the College reserves the right to amend, withdraw or amalgamate any of the courses, fees, services, locations or facilities described at any time. The College cannot accept liability arising out of such changes or connected to such changes, however it will undertake to minimise disruption to students.

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