As a massage therapist, you’ll have the freedom to work in medical facilities, alternative health centers, vacation resorts — or simply work for yourself.
Massage Therapy Certification Training Program in Gainsville, GA
Are you ready for a career, where you can enjoy the freedom of being your own boss, set your own hours, and have the satisfaction of helping people feel better and lead healthier lives? Woodruff Medical can help you achieve your dream. Contact us today to learn more about our Massage Therapy Certification program! Location: Gainesville Campus Massage therapy is a rapidly growing profession. In fact, massage therapy (an alternative healthcare specialty) is becoming main-stream and as a massage therapist you can:
- Work part time or full time, and choose your own hours
- Make money doing something that you’re good at
- Sign up for duty on a cruise ship, and see the world
- Work your way up to luxury settings in high-end spas
- Team up with a chiropractor and open a practice
- Have the satisfaction of offering relief to people in pain
Financial Aid available to those who qualify and private financing available! We’re excited about the prospect of helping you to move forward in this exciting and rewarding career.
At Woodruff, your thorough training and practical experience will get you ready for your certification exam and licensing. We’ll be glad to explain how it all works.
Therapeutic Massage Therapy Program
754 Clock Hours
Method of Instruction: This course is taught through a series of classroom lecture, hands-on laboratory training, and clinical instruction. The objective of the Therapeutic Massage Therapy Program is designed to prepare students for entry-level positions in the field of Massage Therapy. A variety of job opportunities may be available to graduates of this program. As massage therapy is integrated more and more into the health care systems, entry-level jobs can be found in rehabilitation centers, physical therapy clinics, pain clinics and in medical offices for Neurology, Podiatry and Chiropractic. Jobs not related to health care directly can be found in spas and resorts, health clubs and on cruise ships. Many massage therapists operate independently. Students who successfully complete the Therapeutic Massage Therapy Program will possess the necessary skills to take and pass the National Certification Examination for Therapeutic Massage and Body Work (NCBTMB) presented by the National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage. The student will be academically eligible to apply for licensure with the Georgia Board of Massage Therapy and become employed as a massage therapist. Upon successful completion of the program, graduates will be awarded a Certificate of Completion. Although this program is designed to prepare the student to take the certification exam, the Institute cannot guarantee the student will pass the exam or be approved by the Georgia Board of Massage Therapy for licensure.