Our mission is to provide you, as student, learner, and administrator, the best possible, the most innovative learning and training experience within the industry. We support students and instructors, alike, within the following training delivery modes
It is the goal of the Medical Wellness Training to provide schools, colleges, instructors, and students, alike, with a comprehensive Medical & Health Wellness curriculum designed to blend the following elements.
Specifically for Massage Therapy Wellness program
Our mission is to provide you, as student, learner, and administrator, the best possible, the most innovative learning and training experience within the industry. We support students and instructors, alike, within the following training delivery modes:
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Part of each student's learning will be spent training hands-on in workshops, practical sessions, and labs and on-site through your school. This helps to give a student real world working knowledge.
Learning by Doing
Medical Wellness Training tool can be more effective than training provided in the traditional classroom setting. Hands-on training not only allows the person being trained to teach about the tasks that need to be completed, but also gives him the opportunity to perform the task simultaneously. An instructor is available to work with the trainee to provide guidance rather than leaving the student on his own to figure out what needs to be done.
Hands-on training provides real-life applications that make it easier to understand what is being taught because the people learning can see it first-hand rather than just hear about it in a lecture. This means the skill is more likely to stick with them. For some, this way of learning is much easier than listening to a lecture in a classroom, which may cause students to tune out. Such training boosts productivity because the student is working while learning, and it boosts their confidence because they have an instructor available to ask questions of if they are unclear about something.
How long in Duration are the programs?
Our programs lengths are designed to get you out and into the work force in 9 months or less. Classes will be offered in morning, afternoon, or evening sessions. Flexibility in class times help accommodate students who are managing many responsibilities.
What is meant by On-Going Student Learning Support?
Better known as "Instructor / Student Coaching". MWT is dedicated to the success of all of our students and instructors throughout the training lifecycle. From the early stages of deciding your new career path to evaluating assistance in Financial Aid; from planning your study schedule to performing your practical experience at an established spa, the Student Learning Support staff are dedicated to providing each student with the assistance they need to get them through school.
What is Accreditation?
Accreditation by one of the recognized accrediting agencies is an independent review of an institution's education programs for the purpose of helping to establish learning standards offered by the respected institution is uniform and of sound quality educational content and programs. All schools MTW partners with are accredited.
What programs does Medical Wellness Training learning system provide?
Today, people want to pursue an area of academic interest, but they have no need or desire for a professional degree. This is why non-degree programs were established and remain so popular today. Non-degree programs offer an educational experience for individuals who are looking for resume-building skills or personal enrichment. These programs are available online at Medical Wellness Training. No matter what your area of interest, there is a non-degree program somewhere that can address your needs and wants. The cost and academic requirements for non-degree programs varies widely depending upon the program available.
Certificate - The Basics of Certificate programs and overview
Those who are interested in continuing education without entering a degree program may want to explore opportunities for a certificate program. These programs are non-degree programs, and they are sometimes taken in conjunction with a degree program. Depending on the workload, certificate programs are usually the equivalent of a minor. Certificate programs cover a specific area of study and some companies now offer certificate programs and training for potential and current employees. Cisco, Oracle, Sun, and Microsoft are a few of them. Also, many schools, colleges, and universities offer certificate programs in a variety of areas, from nursing to technical communication. A certificate may improve one's employment opportunities.
A certificate is earned by a student after taking a series of courses relating to a subject. Students often earn certificates to get a step ahead in the professional field of their interest and certificates may be offered in similar programs as degrees. For instance, there are certificates in business, literature and technical programs. In some technical programs, a certificate may be required.
There are also graduate certificates, often taken either alone or alongside a graduate degree program. In some programs, the student may use his or her electives to fulfil a certificate in order to make him or herself more desirable to a potential employer.
Certificate programs taken alone are similar to associate's degree programs. However, they take less time because core academic programs are not required.
Is a Certificate Program Right for You?
Of course, certificate programs aren't for everybody. Whether or not you can get the schooling you need in such a program largely depends on what your career goals are. Certificate programs typically work best for skills-based professions that feature workers specializing in a particular discipline.
Certificates Count, a joint report from Complete College America and Future Works, breaks down the areas in which certificates are most often earned. The clear winner in this analysis: healthcare. In fact, 43 percent of certificates are awarded in this sector of the economy. Other areas in which a heavy concentration of certificates were earned included personal and culinary services (13 percent), mechanical fields (9 percent) and business (8 percent). Read the full report here to see other career areas in which certificate programs are popular.
If you are planning to enter a profession that rewards earning a certificate program, you may want to look for opportunities in your area. Earning credential can also be a good idea if you're already working in an industry and looking to move up the ladder. A potential bonus: Companies often pay for employees to complete certificate programs in an effort to improve workforce talent.
How Do Apprenticeship Programs Work?
Apprenticeship programs have evolved in the centuries since their inception as vocational and career training. Continue reading to find how modern apprenticeship programs are structured and some of the many occupations that a modern worker can apprentice in.
Modern apprenticeship programs provide both structured, on-the-job training and classroom instruction, allowing apprentices to earn wages while learning a craft or trade. Apprentices usually start out by taking on simple tasks. As time goes on, they progress to more complex tasks. At the end of the program, the apprentice receives a certificate of completion and achieves journey worker status. Modern apprenticeship programs can last 1-6 years, with most lasting four years. In contrast with historical apprenticeships, modern apprentice programs are open to men and women.
Sponsoring employers / Approved Sponsors
Most formal apprenticeship programs are registered with the U.S. Department of Labor, which guarantees that the programs have met standards. Employers, labor unions, employer associations and independent organizations sponsor apprenticeship programs to train workers in their trades. Sponsoring employers choose the apprentices, develop training programs and pay wages to the apprentice.
Prospective apprentices usually need to be at least 18 years old and hold a high school diploma or its equivalent. An agreement between the sponsor and the apprentice outlines the specifics of the individual apprenticeship program. Signing the agreement also indicates that the sponsor promises to train the apprentice and the apprentice, in turn, promises to perform the duties set before them.
Minimum qualifications for board approved APPRENTICESHIP PROGRAM (Florida, Hawaii, and Utah only):
Secure the sponsorship of a Florida licensed massage therapist who has been licensed for at least 3 years;
Secure a licensed massage establishment at which you will conduct your training. The establishment will have to undergo an inspection by the department to ensure rule compliance prior to commencing the training. Board office will initiate the inspection, once the application has been deemed complete.
- The apprenticeship training program must be at least 12 months in duration but no more than 24 months in duration.
- A sponsoring massage therapist may only supervise one apprentice at a time.
- Quarterly reports must be submitted by the sponsor, which will document your training progress by using Medical Wellness Training and
Massage Perfect Websites that will monitor, track, and document your progress.
- Upon completion of the apprenticeship program, you will be required to pass the National Certification Examination prior to licensure.
More information relating to Apprenticeship programs:
Contact us via email or phone (813 810-3615) on how to begin your LMT apprenticeship program.