Institute of Thai Massage and Traditional Bodywork

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Encadrement professionnel (French)

Peripheral Course

CAD$390.00
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This Professional Ethics course prepares massage therapy students for the realities of professional practice. This course will involve the acquisition of knowledge (know) the development of intervention skills (know how) and the development of relational skills (knowing how to be). This course requires regular participation and a greater personal involvement from the part of the students.


Deposit required: $200 CAD

Details

Languages
This course is in French

Prerequisites
This course is open to everyone.

Schedule
December 7-8 & January 21-22, 2019
Over 2 weekends: Saturdays & Sundays
9am-5:30pm

Objective
This Professional Ethics course prepares massage therapy students for the realities of professional practice. This course will involve the acquisition of knowledge (know) the development of intervention skills (know how) and the development of relational skills (knowing how to be). This course requires regular participation and a greater personal involvement from the part of the students.

Course objectives

  • Address the ethical concepts within the framework of legal parameters
  • Become familiar with the code of ethics, regulations and disciplinary process
  • Define the limits of those working in the field of massage therapy as well as others in field of health industry

Required Reading

  • Professional Ethics manual

* Books and extra requirements costs are not included in course price.

Returning Students
If you have already completed this course you are eligible to retake it for 50% of the regular price.

Location
Lotus Palm
5244 St Urbain (corner Fairmount)
Montreal, QC
H2T 2W9

Please read our policies before registering for this course.

 


Reminder to current RMQ Thai Massage Therapists

You are required to successfully complete with passing grades all following courses and exams in order to remain active members by 2021.

  • Thai Massage Levels 1 to 4 (if not completed yet)
  • Anatomy & Physiology 1
  • Anatomy & Physiology 2
  • Helping Relationships & Interview Techniques
  • Sexuality and Professional Practice
  • Professional Ethics
  • Final Written Program Exam

IMPORTANT - About Final Written Program Exam

Before taking the Final Written Program Exam, all above classes must be completed with passing grades and the student must attend a 90-minute review class.