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Schools of Massage Therapy

Registered Schools in Manitoba

Manitoba currently has five schools of Massage Therapy that are registered with the Province of Manitoba – Advanced Education & Literacy that provide diploma programs of at least 2200 hours / two-years of instruction.

These schools are privately-owned institutions and licensed by the Province of Manitoba to provide Massage Therapy education. All of the following Schools are also members of the Canadian Council of Massage Therapy School. Visit this site for more information: www.ccmts.ca

The MTAM applies an assessment program to ensure the Schools from which we accept graduates are meeting nationally acceptable standard of education and hence will meet Association membership criteria. Contact each school directly concerning their entrance requirements and course curriculum.

Massage Therapy College of Manitoba

Robertson College (WInnipeg & Brandon Campus)

Wellington College of Remedial Massage Therapy, Inc.

Hua Xia Acupuncture, Massage, Herb College


IMPORTANT! If you are enrolled or thinking of enrolling in a program that is NOT listed above, please contact us to discuss.


Recognized Massage Therapy Diploma Programs

MTAM recognizes massage therapy diploma programs offered in Manitoba on two-year full time basis, or three-year part time basis, with at least 2200 hours of instruction

MTAM recognized curriculums are based on entry-level inter-jurisdictional practice competencies established by the profession in 2012 and updated in 2016. http://www.cmto.com/downloads/inter-jurisdictional-competency-standards-english/


Curriculum Recognition

Registered schools of Massage Therapy curriculum are assessed by the MTAM against the inter-jurisdictional practice competencies document, along with a number of criteria that MTAM feels are important to the Association, its membership, and to the public we serve. The MTAM does not approve curriculum for use in the schools. This is the responsibility of Manitoba Advanced Education & Literacy.  


MTAM Supports the National Accreditation Council

The MTAM supports A Plan to Establish a Canadian Accreditation Process for Massage Therapy Education Programs

http://www.cmtca.ca/

The purpose of the accreditation process is to provide a mechanism for quality assurance and continuing quality improvement of entry-level massage therapy education programs across Canada. Accreditation will foster a common national entry-level education standard that is based upon the entry-to-practice requirements in the regulated provinces, and in doing so will facilitate the initiation of regulation in provinces that are currently unregulated.  Accreditation will support the advancement of massage therapy as a health care profession, thereby serving the public interest.