Course available at the venue below:
(6 practical attendance days)
Sept ’22 – Tues 6th (Induction)
Sept ’22 – Wed 14th
Oct ’22 – Wed 5th, Wed 19th
Nov ’22 – Wed 9th, Wed 16th
Dec ’22 – Wed 14th
+ monthly live zoom video coursework support lessons (dates tbc)
The VTCT Level 4 Diploma in Massage for the Complementary Therapist qualification will provide a progression route with advanced technical skills for Level 3 massage therapists. This qualification will enable you to add additional techniques for treatment application to your existing repertoire whilst further developing your knowledge of the theories and practices for advanced applications of massage. This qualification is designed to give you the essential knowledge to assist you to provide advanced therapeutic skills within a clinical setting. All units wilthin this qualification are mandatory.
To be eligible for registration on this qualification, it is a requirement that you are a qualified complementary therapist holding a Level 3 (or equivalent) qualification in massage. Anatomy and physiology knowledge at Level 3 or equivalent is also a mandatory requirement. Learners who wish to undertake this qualification must also achieve the VTCT (ITEC) Level 2 Award in Infection Prevention (COVID-19) for Complementary Therapies and Sports Massage qualification or a regulated equivalent.
Coursework: Home study and portfolio of evidence containing questions and assignment work
Training material is accessed via our online portal
GLH (Guided Learning Hours): 168. (GLH incl’s. practical, coursework, case studies, assessments, written exams)
Home study (Coursework): This can be started at anytime
Practical Training: Please check out our current course dates on our website for the practical training element, additional dates can be supplied.
Group training = No, students will work on each other.
One to one training = Yes, you will be required to bring a model along to the practical
training to practice your routine on.
Case studies = Yes, you will be required to work on models for your case studies.
Assessments = Yes, you will be required to bring a model along to assessments to practice your routine on.
VTCT – Vocational Training & Charitable Trust
|Our students have been offered an amazing opportunity to apply as a volunteer at North Devon Hospice to offer treatments to carers and staff to complete their case studies.
The application is subject to interview & recruitment process.Click here for more details
Self-Employment or Employment as a Complementary Therapist or massage therapist .
Training material accessed through our online portal. A coursework tutor is assigned to you for full support throughout the course. Fully qualified tutor for the practical training. A VTCT qualification is posted to you on successful completion of the course.
You will need to purchase your own products, equipment (e.g. massage couch) and massage oils in order to carry out your case studies. We recommend you purchase a text book to support your learning, See our reading list by signing up to our FREE student and therapists resources section - https://holistic-therapies-training.teachable.com/p/student-resources-free
A VRQ – VTCT Level 4 diploma in Massage (QCF)
This qualification is mapped to the relevant NOS (National Occupational Standards), where applicable. This qualification is accredited on the qualifications and credit framework (QCF). This qualification is a VRQ (Vocationally Related Qualification.)
Please check your insurance companies requirements before enrolling on this course? (It is the students responsibility to check coverage with their insurers BEFORE enrolling on this course)
Here are some insurance companies, some with introductory discounts - https://holistic-therapies-training.teachable.com/p/accreditation
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StartPractical Training Days - Attendance required
PreviewModule 1 - Introduction
StartModule 2 - Preparing your portfolio
StartModule 3 - VTCT Assessment log book
StartModule 4 - To do list
StartModule 5 - Knowledge questions (Coursework)
StartModule 6 - Training Resources
StartModule 7 - Assessments
StartModule 8 - Unit UCT11M - Interpersonal skills for the complementary therapist
StartModule 9 - Unit UCT16M - Advanced massage therapy for the complementary therapist
StartModule 10 - Unit UCT12M - Advanced anatomy and physiology for the complementary therapist
StartModule 11 - Advanced Massage Techniques
StartModule 12 - Case Studies