VTCT Level 3 Diploma in Body Massage
Course starts: 13th May 2019
Monday Mornings from 9.30 to 12.30 – 36 weeks in total
Summer Term 2019 (10 weeks)
13th, 20th May
3rd, 10th, 17th, 24th June
1st, 8th, 15th, 22nd July
Autumn Term 2019 (14 weeks)
9th, 16th, 23rd, 30th September
7th, 14th, 21st October
4th, 11th, 18th, 25th November
2nd, 9th, 16th December
Spring Term 2020 (12 weeks)
6th, 13th, 20th, 27th January
3rd, 10th, 24th, February
2nd, 9th, 16th, 23rd, 30th March last date
Please note that we run our YSHT diploma courses during school term dates and take the same school holidays, bank holidays, half term dates and summer break (but not training days).
We have started taking bookings now, and as there is a lot of interest in this course, we suggest to get in touch with Mary Sarah Eldridge as soon as you can.
This course leads to an internationally recognized qualification to enable students to treat members of the public. Many learners use this diploma to work within the complementary therapies industry or as a self-employed Massage Therapist.
Please note that we run our YSHT diploma courses during school term dates and take the same school holidays, bank holidays, half term dates and summer break (but not training days). Attendance on dates is extremely important.
What does the course cover?
All aspects of body massage are covered on this course. A wide range of practical techniques are taught and practiced so students really feel confident in their ability to treat others and adapt treatment. In addition to this, theory of complementary therapies and anatomy and physiology are examined and towards the end of the course a short business module helps students to prepare for their individual transition into the workplace.
How much does it cost?
£1,650 – and it includes all course and registration fees, course books and reference materials. A deposit of £450 secures your place, made payable before the course start date, followed by 12 monthly payments of £100.
Where is it held?
York School of Holistic Therapies is based at Millers Yard, Gillygate, York. We are a ten minute walk from York railway station and there is ample parking at Gillygate/Bootham car park.
Do I need previous experience?
No previous experience is needed. Your tutor will guide you step by step through accessible and widely beneficial tactile therapy.
Who is the facilitator?
The Body Massage Diploma Course is taught by Mary Sarah Eldridge,
Click here to discover more abour Mary Sarah.
How do I sign up?
Send us an email, we will send you more information.
If you have any question we can also meet up or have a chat by phone.
What is included?
- tuition and assessment over 36 weeks
- individual verbal and written feedback over 36 weeks
- up to date equipment and resources
- Anatomy and Physiology examination paper costs
- course text books and resource material
- course file in which to compile your portfolio of evidence
- a V.T.C.T certificate to show you are qualified to practice
The total price is £1,650 split into:
- Deposit of £450 made payable before the course start date
- Followed by 12 direct debit payments of £100
- Enrolment open now.
- On enrolment a payment contract will be set up with you.
Cheques made payable to The York School of Holistic Therapies.
If you wish to make a bank payment directly into our account please contact us via email firstname.lastname@example.org
|VTCT Product Code||AC30406|
|Registration End Date||31/08/2015|
Mandatory – from this group you’ll need to cover a minimum of 4 units and earn a minimum of 57 credits.
|Unit Code||Unit Ref.||Unit Title||Level||Credits||Guided Learning Hours|
|UV31267||L/503/7779||Business practice for complementary therapies||3||12||60|
|UV31268||A/503/7776||Principles and practice of complementary therapies||3||13||30|
|UV31299||R/503/7640||Knowledge of anatomy, physiology and pathology for complementary therapies||3||13||94|
|UV31300||D/503/7740||Provide body massage for complementary therapies||3||19||112|
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