DIPLOMA IN REMEDIAL AND SPORTS MASSAGE
TERMS AND CONDITIONS
A payment of £500.00 is required to register for the course. The remaining payment for the course may be made either by 5 monthly instalments of £180.00 each, by Banker’s Order, commencing on 2nd November 2018 and payable on 2nd of each month thereafter, or a lump sum of £850.00, payable prior to commencement of the course. The deposit and any other monies paid are non-
If a student chooses to discontinue their training at any time, they will be liable for payment of the deposit plus all payments due to date.
3rd/4th Nov, 1st/2nd Dec
5th/6th Jan, 2nd/3rd Feb, 2nd/3rd Mar, 6th/7th Apr, 4th/5th May, 1st/2nd Jun, 6th/7th Jul (exams)
Students must attend all weekend sessions. Should a student miss a day or a weekend through illness or other unforeseen circumstance, every effort will be made to help the student catch up on missed work, although an additional £50 per hour of tutor time will be levied for this.
Students will be allowed to resit any part of the final assessment once only. This will take place between one and two months after the end of the course. No resits are permitted more than three months after the end of the course. A resit fee of £50 will be charged for a theory exam resit and £80 for each element of a practical exam requiring a resit.
Any appeals should be made in writing to the Principal within 10 working days of the results being issued.
First Aid Certificate
All students must hold a current first aid certificate to graduate from the course.
All students must be insured to practice remedial and sports massage before commencing the course. Student insurance can be obtained from Balens at a discounted price, telephone number 01684 893006 (ask to be put through to the Block Insurance Department although you are buying individual insurance and tell them that you are a member of Association of Massage Therapists Scotland). Application forms are available on request.
Discontinuation of Training
The Principal of the School reserves the right to discontinue the training of any student who is liable to bring the profession into disrepute.
Any complaints should be made in writing to the Principal within 10 working days of the incident.
Course material will consist of comprehensive handouts, dynamic spreadsheets and video links. Students will therefore require access to email, the internet and Microsoft Office and have a working knowledge of each.
Students will require a portable couch for case studies and course weekends.
Every effort will be made to cater for special needs. Please notify us as soon as possible if special requirements will be needed.