CE credits for RMTs trained in Graston Technique
April 10, Toronto, Ont. – Canadian RMTs in the jurisdictions of Ontario and British Columbia are now eligible to receive CE credits when obtaining certification in the use of Graston Technique.
April 16, 2012 By Massage Therapy Canada
The College of Massage Therapists of Ontario and the College of Massage Therapists of British Columbia have approved courses in Graston Technique for treatment of soft tissue injuries for CE credits.
To qualify for the course, RMTs must meet the following requirements:
- Graduate of a Canadian Massage Therapy School with a minimum of 2,200-hour education program;
- In practice a minimum of three years;
- Member in good standing in their provincial governing body;
- Carry a minimum of $2 million liability insurance
- Provide proof of all of the above.
RMTs must also submit the following paperwork when applying to take the course:
- Diploma from a Canadian Massage Therapy School with a minimum of a 2,200-hour education program;
- Proof of membership in the provincial governing body;
- Resume showing three years of practice
- Proof of current $2 million liability insurance.
Upon successful completion of the course, RMTs will be issued the necessary documentation to present to their province for CEU approval.
Two upcoming Graston Technique courses for RMTs
Graston Technique announces two upcoming courses for RMTs in Canada:
Toronto, May 5-6, 2012; and
Ottawa, June 2-3, 2012.
For more details on Graston Technique, including course information and registration guidelines, please visit www.grastontechnique.com.
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