CDI College North York launches RMT program
Nov. 4, 2014 – CDI College's North York campus in Ontario is currently accepting applications for the new Massage Therapy program.
CDI College is bringing one of their popular programs to Ontario. The Massage Therapy diploma program will help produce skilled massage therapists who have a clear understanding in areas such as anatomy, physiology and pathology.
November 4, 2014 By Marketwired
Students enrolled in the program will partake in a mandatory clinic
placement where they will practice the techniques they have learned in
the classroom and lab such as effleurage, petrissage, hydrotherapy and
Swedish massage on actual clients. The field placement will also help
students gain the real-world experience they need to get started on
their new career path.
Historically, employers have been pleased
with the graduates from CDI College’s massage therapy programs with some
actively seeking CDI College graduates by contacting the campuses
directly, the school said.
"I’ve been so pleased with your
graduate that I contacted CDI College to fill a position rather than
advertise for an opening. A student was sent to me and, again, I must
say that I was impressed with her knowledge and work ethic. The training
at CDI College seems to be excellent and the staff certainly seems in
tune with our needs," said Chantal E. of CBI Physiotherapy and
Graduates from the Massage Therapy diploma
program can pursue opportunities in areas such as private clinics,
medical and rehabilitation centres, chiropractic offices, health spas,
sports organizations, naturopathic clinics and many more.
H. from Hands On Massage Therapy said, "I am extremely happy with both
our employees’ work ethic and professionalism. Her work reflects on the
kind of program CDI College has created in regard to massage therapy. A
very good program, indeed."
For more information on CDI College’s
Massage Therapy program in North York, Ont., call 1-877-404-4353 or
visit its website.
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