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Sports Massage Level 3 ITEC (Beginners)

Certificate in  Sports Massage Therapy Level 3 ITEC  is a fantastic qualification to start your career in the growing sports industry. Once qualified you will be able to earn between £35-£45 per hour for massage treatment.  You will be fully qualified as per industry standards and can chose to apply for jobs or start up your own business.The ITEC Level 3 Diploma in Sports Massage Therapy is a vocational qualification recognised by Ofqual within the Qualifications and Credit Framework. The Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council,  which maintains a national list of practitioners that work with NHS, recognises this qualified.

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Sports Massage Level 3 ITEC (for L3 Massage Therapists)

Diploma in Sports Massage Therapy Level 3 ITEC  is a fantastic qualification to start your career in the growing sports industry. Once qualified you will be able to earn between £35-£45 per hour for massage treatment. You will be fully qualified as per industry standards and can chose to apply for jobs or start up your own business.

The ITEC Level 3 Diploma in Sports Massage Therapy is a vocational qualification recognised by Ofqual within the Qualifications and Credit Framework. The Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council,  which maintains a national list of practitioners that work with NHS, recognises this qualified.

It is also recognised by Sports Massage Association.

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ITEC Level 4 Certificate in Sports Massage Therapy

This certificate in Sports Massage Therapy Level 4 ITEC  is a fantastic qualification to broaden and strengthen your career in the growing sports industry.

It has been designed for Practitioners currently working in sport and Active Leisure to gain knowledge to provide roles such as pre, post, inter, maintenance, restorative and corrective massage using a range of basic and advanced techniques. The scope of practice is restricted to working on dysfunctional tissue and working on recent non-acute injuries or with pre-existing conditions.

The Qualification was developed collaboratively with Skills for Health (SfH) the Sector Skills Council responsible for standards in healthcare and is recognised for membership by Complementary Therapists Association (CThA), Sports Massage Association (SMA), General Council for Massage Therapy (GCMT) and Federation of Holistic Therapists (FHT

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