Los Angeles Massage Therapy School Is Accepting New Students - Victory Career College
Los Angeles area massage therapy school, Victory Career College, will be accepting new students this academic year for all of their massage courses. Both part time and full time.
Los Angeles massage therapy school, Victory Career College, will be accepting new students this academic year for all of their massage courses. New students will be able to register as either a full-time student or, if their schedules are tight, a part-time student. Each different option has different class times that are appropriate for different schedules. The massage course is covered in 500 class hours for full time students.
The full time massage therapist course has class hours between 8AM - 4.30PM everyday from Monday to Friday with new classes starting after every 10 days. The part time option, on the other hand, has different class hours. Morning classes are between 8AM - 12PM, afternoon classes between 12.30PM - 4.30PM and evening classes between 5PM - 10PM from Monday to Thursday.
After this comprehensive 500 hour massage program students, will be well equipped to set their massage career on the right course. The program prepares students for standard licensing examinations like the Massage Bodywork Licensing Examination (MBLEx). This exam is aligned with regulatory councils in California, for licensing purposes. The instructional methods used in the administration of this course are more or less conventional, involving classroom lectures, hands on practical lab sessions and instructional videos all aimed at empowering the student with the necessary skills. Students will be tested at the end of each module to determine their level of understanding.
The class lectures address several topics involved in massage that are divided into five different sectors: kinesiology (body movement) pathology, anatomy and physiology (A&P), business scope and nutrition and professional ethics. The main topics covered in the course include: lymphatic massage, deep tissue massage, Swedish massage, trigger point massage, Thai massage, polarity therapy, pregnancy massage, sport massage, reflexology and spa treatments. Also offered is a clinic where students can practice professional communication with their clients.
They recognize the importance of a sound curriculum for the fulfillment of the course requirements and has thus established a number of goals to be fulfilled. The provision of high quality instruction by their highly qualified lecturers is one of its top objectives. A student centered approach is used in the learning process. Students are encouraged to participate in an interactive, stimulating and dynamic classroom environment. Course revisions and updating are frequently done to ensure the program is up to par with the council requirements. New and useful technologies are constantly evaluated and combined with updated instructional texts, methodologies and materials for better course administration. The college provides a great environment to the students for development of essential skills needed in their careers. Besides the course work, important skills in decision making, critical analysis and self improvement are entrenched in the students to be able to fit in with the rigors of society and realities of their careers. Their student survey systems provide an opportunity for students to take part in administration of the program in relation to instructor effectiveness and other aspects of their learning environment.
They cover every important aspect that new students will need and have excellent reviews both on Yelp, and Google. They look to be your best choice for a massage therapy school in Los Angeles. You can find out more about the school at http://victorycareercollege.com .
- Contact Information
- Karine Fougoux
- Victory Career College
- (1) (323)466-2429
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