ACCREDITED LEVEL OF MEMBERSHIP

RTOs Delivering 2015 onwards HLT42015 - Certificate IV in Massage Therapy Release 2 as at 29/12/2016

This qualification reflects the role of massage therapists who provide general health maintenance treatments. It does not reflect the role of a remedial massage therapist. Practitioners may be self-employed or work within a larger health service.

To achieve this qualification, the candidate must have completed at least 80 hours of work as detailed in the Assessment Requirements of units of competency.

There are 65 RTOs currently listed as at 29/12/2016

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Applications from all RTOs listed are welcome to join MAA at Accredited Therapeutic Level of Professional Membership.

PLEASE NOTE 1. : Health Funds do not accept any graduate who has obtained their Certificate by 100% Distance Learning - If 100% distance learning was your mode of choice delivery please apply for General/Health & Wellbeing membership.

PLEASE NOTE 2.: If you received your Certificate via the Recognition Pathway - assessment only referred to as Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) - your Certificate IS accepted for Professional Accredited Therapeutic Membership Level.

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RTOs Delivering 2015 onwards HLT52015 - Diploma of Remedial Massage (Release 2) as at 29/12/2016

This qualification reflects the role of remedial massage therapists who work with clients presenting with soft tissue dysfunction, musculoskeletal imbalance or restrictions in range of motion (ROM). Practitioners may be self-employed or work within a larger health service.

To achieve this qualification, the candidate must have completed at least 200 hours of work as detailed in the Assessment Requirements of units of competency.

There are 86 RTOs currently listed as at 29/12/2016

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Applications from all RTOs listed are welcome to join MAA at Accredited Remedial Level of Professional Membership.

PLEASE NOTE 1. : Health Funds do not accept any graduate who has obtained their Certificate by 100% Distance Learning - If 100% distance learning was your mode of choice delivery please apply for General/Health & Wellbeing membership.

PLEASE NOTE 2.: If you received your Certificate via the Recognition Pathway - assessment only referred to as Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) - your Certificate IS accepted for Professional Accredited Remedial Membership Level.

Send an email to the Office office@maa.org.au and request a member application form

RTOs Delivering 2014 onwards 22248VIC - Advanced Diploma of Myotherapy as at 29/12/2016

22248VIC

Completion of this course enables qualified remedial massage therapists to practise as myotherapists in their own practice, or as members of a health clinic.

Formal training for a Myotherapist consists of a suite of qualifications which includes:
• HLT40312 Certificate IV in Massage Therapy Practice;
• HLT50307 Diploma of Remedial Massage (both available in HLT07 - Health Training Package); and the accredited course
• 22248VIC Advanced Diploma of Myotherapy.


The competencies achieved from the Certificate IV (or their equivalent) are a prerequisite to entry into the Diploma qualification. Likewise the competencies gained from the Diploma (or their equivalent) are a prerequisite to the 22248VIC Advanced Diploma of Myotherapy.

16 Approved RTOs can be found as at 29/12/2016 by clicking on the link below - :

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RTOs Delivering 2017 onwards 22316VIC - Advanced Diploma of Myotherapy as at 29/12/2016

22316VIC

Completion of this course enables qualified Remedial Massage Therapist to practise as a Myotherapist in their own practice, or as a member of a health clinic

The vocational outcomes of the Advanced Diploma of Myotherapy are to:

• Establish and manage a myotherapy practice; including business skills and legal compliance.

• Manage health risks in a myotherapy environment; including aspects of health risk analysis, personal and premises hygiene, as well as infection prevention and control.

• Work effectively within a myotherapy framework; including working within clinic and regulation guidelines, achieving quality standards, preparing client education and health strategies, as well as ongoing performance development and working with other services/networks.

• Perform myotherapy clinical assessment; including accurately gathering and interpreting information to assess a client’s condition in order to provide myotherapy treatment.

• Plan myotherapy treatment strategy; including negotiating with the client.

• Provide myotherapy treatment according to the techniques and practices of a myotherapy framework.

• Provide myofascial dry needling treatments.

• Source and evaluate relevant research information and apply findings to own myotherapy clinical practice

• Employ communication techniques to establish, build and maintain relationships with clients, colleagues and other stakeholders.

Formal training for a Myotherapist requires the completion of a Diploma of Remedial Massage (from the HLT Training Package) and the Advanced Diploma of Myotherapy. The competencies gained from completion of the Diploma of Remedial Massage are, therefore, a requirement for entry to the Advanced Diploma of Myotherapy.

1 approved RTOs can be found as at 29/12/2016 by clicking on the link below -:

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21150 - Australian College of Fitness and Bodywork Pty Ltd

https://acfb.edu.au

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GENERAL / HEALTH & WELLBEING LEVEL OF MEMBERSHIP

OVERSEAS QUALIFICATIONS

MAA Recognises the majority of Government qualifications from countries overseas.  

Please contact the Office via email office@maa.org.au to find out if your qualification meets MAA Countries criteria.  You may also check with VETASSESS 

Phone:  +61 3 9655 4801 
Fax:      +61 3 9654 3385
Email:  vetassess@vetassess.com.au
 to find out if your qualification meets the equivalence of the Australian Qualifications
 
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