EQUINE MASSAGE THERAPY
TIME:Morning or Afternoon
NOC Code:6564PROGRAM OUTLINE
With the growing demand for exceptional care in the equine world, there is a need for expertly trained Equine Massage Therapists. The job of an Equine Massage Therapist (EMT) is to help with the rehabilitation and relaxation of their clients. This means aiding the equine athlete in rehabilitation as well as helping owners maximize the potential of their horses.
The Equine Massage Therapy diploma program is the only registered program of its kind in North America and offers the most intensive program to date in equine massage. Part of what makes this program unique is that students are taught to consider themselves as an extension of veterinary health care, not an alternative. Our students work in conjunction with veterinarians to minimize rehabilitation time and enhance performance.
Through D’Arcy Lane and D'AL School of Equine Massage Therapy, triOS will offer the Equine Massage Therapy diploma program to provide you with the real-world experience you need to flourish as a EMT. As a student you will be taught the hands-on skills necessary to start your new career.
- 991 hours of practical experience within the classroom and a barn setting
- 3 sets of scrubs
- Insurance coverage while visiting barns
- One-on-one career assistance
Most Equine Massage Therapists are self-employed professionals who travel to meet with their clients in different settings, whether it is a private barn, or a public facility. EMTs work with veterinarians, coaches, trainers, horse care specialists and horse owners.
• High School Graduation Diploma or Mature Student Status (18 years of age and academic achievement test passed).
• triOS College pre-Science Course, or its equivalent.
Discover a rewarding career in the equine industry!
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