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									                                      Massage Training Information Handbook




           Massage Training
        Information Handbook
    HLT40307 – Certificate IV in Massage Therapy Practice and
          HLT50307 – Diploma of Remedial Massage




                          2010
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DETAILED INFORMATION ABOUT OUR MASSAGE MODULES ...................................................6


ADDITIONAL COURSE REQUIREMENTS ......................................................................................... 13

GENERAL INFORMATION ................................................................................................................................. 13

LOG BOOKS ....................................................................................................................................................... 13
TIMEFRAME & ENROLMENT CONDITIONS.................................................................................................................. 16
CORRESPONDENCE STUDY OPTIONS......................................................................................................................... 16
ENROLMENT CONDITIONS ..................................................................................................................................... 16

RECOGNITION OF PRIOR LEARNING (RPL) ................................................................................ 17


ACCREDITATION .................................................................................................................................... 19

GOVERNMENT REGISTRATION ................................................................................................................................ 19

INDUSTRY ACCREDITATION .............................................................................................................. 19

TEXT BOOKS: ..................................................................................................................................................... 20
EARLY BIRD DISCOUNTS:....................................................................................................................................... 20
DISCOUNT PRIVILEGES WITH OTHER ORGANISATIONS:.................................................................................................. 20
SPECIAL OFFER DISCOUNTS:................................................................................................................................... 20




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          Can you imagine working as a
            Massage Therapist and:
     Waking in the morning and knowing that
     you are going to have a great day.
     The people you meet will be thankful to
     have met you.
     You touch people and they feel better.
     You see your loved ones as much as you
     like.
     You are in control.
     You are in balance.
     You are relaxed and healthy.
     You earn as much as you like.
     You are in love with life.
     You can go anywhere in the world and find
     work.
       You sleep well at night knowing everyday
             you have made a difference.


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Information on the Certificate IV in Massage Therapy Practice
(HLT40307) and the Diploma of Remedial Massage (HLT50307)

Om Shanti College of Tactile Therapies offers the highest standard of training in Massage Therapy; our
professional training program includes a balance of theory and practice. Our highly trained teaching staff
are all practicing massage therapists or specialists in their field, with a wealth of real knowledge and
experience behind them, ensuring they deliver first class education to students. The College’s facilities
offer high quality massage and training equipment, comfortable training rooms and a relaxed, soothing
environment in which to learn.

Students undertaking our courses are able to become professionally qualified Massage Therapists.
Others participate purely for personal development and recreation. The College also attracts students
from other bodywork and healing institutions who integrate our courses within their study program.

Please come in and see the beautiful College and meet our awesome support team when you enrol.

Certificate IV in Massage (HLT40307) includes the following competencies:

         Common units

         BSBCMN204A Work effectively with others

         HLTCOM404B Communicate effectively with clients

         HLTCOM405B Administer a practice

         HLTCOM406B Make referrals to other health care professionals when appropriate

         HLTCOM408B Use specific health terminology to communicate effectively

         HLTFA301B Apply first aid

         HLTHIR301A Communicate and work effectively in health

         HLTOHS300A Contribute to OHS processes

         HLTIN301A Comply with infection control policies and procedures in health work

         HLTAP401A Confirm physical health status
         Specialisation units
         HLTREM401B Work within a massage framework

         HLTREM406B Provide massage treatment

         HLTREM407B Plan massage treatment

         HLTREM408B Apply massage assessment framework

         HLTREM409B Perform massage health assessment




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          Certificate IV in Massage Therapy Practice – HLT40307




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Detailed Information about our Massage Modules

Stage 1 – Certificate IV in Massage Therapy Practice - HLT40307

Swedish Massage                                                  30 Contact hours plus 20 Log Hours
                                                                   Pre-requisites – nil

The key to the delivery of a relaxing massage is in the combination of rhythm, varied pressure, continuity
and focused contact. This unit enables you to learn basic massage techniques and how to integrate
these in a full body massage. You will also practice appropriate draping techniques and how to position
clients comfortably on the table. As you discover the many benefits of massage therapy, the
contraindications will also be discussed. Each class involves practicing new techniques on other students
which enables you gain further appreciation of the therapeutic effect of massage by giving and receiving.

Student Clinic Practice                                          56 Hours (Appointments)
                                                                 Pre-requisites – Stage 1

This unit provides the opportunity to practice the delivery of a relaxation massage to a range of clientele
while under supervision from a qualified massage therapist. The supervisor will provide feedback to you
on the application of relaxation massage techniques, body posture, client interaction and many other
aspects of clinic practice. Questioning, listening and observation skills will develop as will your ability to
deliver a treatment within the set appointment time parameters.

Anatomy and Physiology (I)                                       30 Contact hours
                                                                 Pre-requisites – nil


The musculoskeletal system enables us to maintain our posture and move efficiently during work and
recreational pursuits. This unit explores the structure and function of this system and how muscles work
together in a wide range of movement patterns. Your knowledge of surface anatomy will develop as you
identify bone landmarks and attachment points for major muscle groups. Practical activities involve the
skeleton and muscle models and you will apply your understanding of muscle actions to specific
strengthening and stretching exercises. The prescribed text for this unit is ‘Human Anatomy and
Physiology’ by Elaine Marieb.

Anatomy and Physiology (II)                                      30 hours
                                                                 Pre-requisites – nil


Preparing for a career in massage therapy requires a broad understanding of body systems and their
interaction with each other. This unit covers the cardiovascular, lymphatic, immune, digestive,
reproductive and nervous systems and enables you to understand the influence that emotion and
stress has on the person as a whole. You will learn how massage therapy can positively impact on
the functioning of the bodies systems and will gain a clearer understanding about other medical and
complementary health treatments. The prescribed text for this unit is ‘Human Anatomy and
Physiology’ by Elaine Marieb.



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Pathology                                                                         30 hours
                                                                                 Pre-requisites – A&P I and A&PII


The purpose of this module is to expand your knowledge and understanding of pathological processes in
the body, as well as our toxic environment, and to gain confidence in working with other health
professionals.

The pathology module teaches an understanding of the language of pathology and how drugs work.
How to recognize skin conditions, how skin pathology develops, and pathology of the spine and
current choices of assessment and treatment. The disease states of the body e.g. cancer and how it
spreads, heart disease, diabetes what pathology test results indicate. How the molecular biology of
fascia effects hydration and water management of the body –why modalities like Bowen Therapy
and Myofascial Release are so effective. The developing techniques to detect and manage pre
disease states e.g. live blood analysis, magnetic imaging, and homeopathy. The immune system
from the scientific ‘Molecules of Emotion’ and the natural perspective of energy management e.g.
meditation and brain patterns

Communication Success                                                                     Max 30 hours
                                                                                          Pre requisites - Nil

This course will provide massage therapists with an awareness of the emotional as well as the physical
needs of their client; to furnish students to basic listening and observation skills; to foster an awareness
of the power imbalance between therapist and client; and to develop trust building skills.

  The module will cover communication issues such as verbal and non-verbal communication and basic counseling
   skills including reflective listening, active listening and boundaries and limits. The course will then progress to
        address issues of trust and power in a helping relationship. The prescribed text – The Educated Heart.


Business Fundamentals
                                                                                         Max 30 hours
                                                                                          Pre requisites - Nil

Practice Management aims to provide the student with a robust administrative and business
management skill set. This Skill set includes:

         Law and Ethics
         Basic Financial Management
         Marketing and Advertising
         Business Planning
         Business Systems
         Clinic Management

The outcome of this subject is that the student will have the skills and abilities to set up and manage
their own clinic or be highly employable and a valuable asset to any existing clinic.




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Occupational Health and Safety                                                      Max 30 hours
                                                                                     Pre-requisites – Nil


This module will incorporate the accreditation requirements and deliver a WorkCover approved course.
The participants will be able to perform their own workplace assessments and be able to build an OH &S
management system. Particular attention is paid to infection control.

Therapeutic Massage
                                                                                      30 Contact hours plus 20 Log Hours
                                                                          Pre requisites – Swedish Massage, A&P I A&P II


The therapeutic benefits of massage delivered by a trained therapist are well known throughout the
health care industry. This unit explores the opportunities for integrating massage therapy into the care
of people who need support to heal in body, mind or spirit. Techniques such as energy balancing and
reflexology further enhance your massage skills and you will learn about essential oils for specific health
conditions. You will develop treatment plans for stress and lifestyle related imbalances and conditions
affecting special population groups, such as pregnant women and the elderly. There will be guest
lecturers to inform you on Aromatherapy, Cancer Massage, Pregnancy Massage for the elderly and
more.




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Diploma of Remedial Massage (HLT50302) includes the following competencies:

Pre Requisites: Certificate IV in Massage Therapy Practice then:

Common units
HLTCOM502B                        Develop professional expertise
HLTCOM503B                        Manage a practice
CHCORG28A                         Reflect and improve upon professional practice
HLTHIR506B                        Implement and monitor compliance with legal and ethical requirements
HLTAP501A                         Analyse health information
HLTHIR501A                        Maintain an effective health work environment
Specialisation units
HLTREM502B                        Provide remedial massage treatment
HLTREM503B                        Plan remedial massage treatment strategy
HLTREM504B                        Apply remedial massage assessment framework
HLTREM505B                        Perform remedial massage health assessment
HLTREM510A                        Provide specialised remedial massage treatments



The course structure is set out in 2 stages; contained in this booklet is a flowchart describing the units
that make up the Certificate IV in Massage Therapy Practice and Diploma of Remedial Massage levels of
our professional training program, and also general information about course and administration
requirements. For further information, please contact the College on (02) 6295 2323 or email:
info@omshanticollege.com.au


For further information on the training packages:

ARC: Phone (02) 62057091; Fax (02) 6205 7045;
website: www.det.act.gov.au/services/TrainingARC.htm
DEEWR: Phone (02) 6240 8111; email www.deewr.gov.au




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                  Diploma of Massage Therapy – HLT50307




                       Stage II – Diploma of Massage Therapy
Remedial – Upper Body
Remedial – Lower Body                                           50 hours each
                                                                          30 Contact hrs plus 20 Log Hrs
                                                                          Pre-requisites –First Aid Certificate & Stage 1


Musculoskeletal pain and dysfunction affects a wide range of people due to muscular tension, weakness
or injury. Your assessment skills will develop in these units as you learn techniques to identify muscular
imbalances and range of movement limitations. The physiological effects of massage therapy are
explored while you practice the application of techniques such as pressure point work and cross fibre
friction to muscles and their tendon attachments. You will also learn how to grade hypersensitive


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muscle tissue prior to the application of massage techniques, and to monitor the effectiveness of your
treatment plan. Contact Hours: 30, Log Hours: 20

Remedial Massage Clinic Practice                                 24 hours
                                                                 Pre-requisites – Stage 1

This unit provides the opportunity to practice the delivery of a remedial massage to a range of clientele
while under supervision from a qualified massage therapist. The supervisor will provide feedback to you
on the application of remedial massage techniques, body posture, client interaction and many other
aspects of clinic practice. Questioning, listening and observation skills will develop as will your ability to
deliver a treatment within the set appointment time parameters.


Community Service                                                      20 hours
                                                                      Pre-requisites – Stage 1
                                                                      Senior First Aid Certificate

Massage therapy provides a practical way to demonstrate warmth, comfort and concern to people who
are unwell, distressed, or unable to communicate verbally. The aim of this unit is to provide massage
therapy at a community service venue. Opportunities include visiting nursing homes, drug and alcohol
rehabilitation centres and other health support services. You will gain a greater understanding of the
work carried out by these services and the positive impact massage therapy has when integrated into
the health care system.

The College has a list of possible venues; however, you may also like to discuss alternative opportunities.

Advanced Anatomy                                           30 hours
                                                      Pre-requisites – Stage 1


In this module students will learn specifically about the joints and ligaments of the musculoskeletal
system. You will learn how the joints are classified, the types of joints, joint movements in the body and
the characteristics of body joints. You will also learn which major ligaments are involved in the large
joints. During this module you review the muscle actions, the types of muscle contractions and their
function. You will develop your knowledge of the muscular involvement in common movement patterns
and the motor control of movement. The prescribed text for this unit is ‘Human Anatomy and
Physiology’ by Elaine Marieb.

           You are required to have (Apply Basic First Aid HLTFA301B) by the completion of A&P 2

Sports Massage                                                              30 hours + 30 Log hours
                                                                            Pre-requisites – Stage 1

 Sport medicine specialists and coaches advocated massage therapy after strenuous activity as an aid to
 recovery, and to help prevent the onset of muscle stiffness and soreness. This unit enables you to
 practice massage therapy specialising in Sports whilst under supervision from a qualified massage
 therapist. You will develop your ability to apply massage therapy pre and post sports activities in a
 controlled classroom environment.

Sports Massage Clinic                                            12 Hours


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                                                                             To be completed with Sports Massage

This unit provides the opportunity to practice the delivery of a sportsl massage to sports people while
under supervision from a qualified massage therapist. The supervisor will provide feedback to you on
the application of remedial massage techniques, body posture, client interaction and many other aspects
of clinic practice. Questioning, listening and observation skills will develop as will your ability to deliver a
treatment within the set appointment time parameters.



Advanced Massage                                                             30 hours
                                                                             Pre-requisites – Stage 1

A professional massage therapist is able to apply techniques to treat conditions affecting the mind and
body, and is respected by clients and peers as a practitioner who has good communication and ethical
business skills. This unit covers a range of special topics such as the client/therapist relationship and
strategies for balancing your lifestyle as a therapist. You will also gain a further appreciation of the role
of practitioners working in related fields and referral opportunities.


Advanced Massage Clinic                                           28 Hours
                                                                             To be completed with Advanced Massage
This unit provides the opportunity to practice the delivery of advanced massage to a range of clientele
while under supervision from a qualified massage therapist. The supervisor will provide feedback to you
on the application of remedial massage techniques, body posture, client interaction and many other
aspects of clinic practice. Questioning, listening and observation skills will develop as will your ability to
deliver a treatment within the set appointment time parameters.



Functional Assessment                                             30 hours
                                                                  Pre-requisites – Stage 1

Functional Assessment includes biomechanics which is the science of human movement and during this unit
students will be exposed to the major biomechanical principles and their relationship to everyday sporting
situations. The course starts with explaining the basic principles of motion (linear and angular), Newton’s laws,
speed and velocity, acceleration and momentum. It then moves onto the more complex issues of looking at the
relationships between the forces produced by the body’s muscles and tendons working against the external forces
of gravity and its influence on subsequent human performance.




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Additional Course Requirements
Apply Advanced First Aid (HLTFA301B)

Knowing the appropriate steps of action to take in an emergency situation are skills you may need to call
on while practicing massage therapy. The Apply advanced First Aid Certificate enables you to learn life
support procedures used in the immediate care of someone waiting emergency treatment from a
qualified medical practitioner. A number of agencies provide training in this area (eg. St Johns
Ambulance and Red Cross) and you should make direct contact with these agencies regarding course
details.
Please make sure you are attending a course covering the above government coding.
                                  To be completed by the end of Stage 2

 Level 2 First Aid Certificate and/or Sports Trainer Level 1

In addition to completing the Diploma of Remedial Massage it is recommended that you gain your Level
2 First Aid Certificate and/or Sports Trainer Level 1. These qualifications will enhance your massage skills
and the hours are recognised towards AMT Ltd Senior Level 2 membership.


General Information

                                                  Log Books

Your Log Book records details of the hours you have completed for:

         56 Hours of Student Massage Clinic Practice
         24 hours Student Remedial Massage Clinic Practice
         12 hours Student Sports Massage Clinic Practice
         28 hours Student Advanced Massage Clinic Practice
         20 hours Community Service

At the time of enrolment in Student Massage Clinic Practice, you will receive a Log Book & your Om
Shanti College T-Shirt. The above Log Hours are in addition to the practice hours required to complete
the practical modules of your training.




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Additional Information




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                Delivery Options at Om Shanti College




                           Call 6295 2323


                Visit | www.omshanticollege.com.au




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Timeframe & Enrolment Conditions

The courses run at the College are designed to fit into busy lifestyles. Classes are held during the day, in
the evenings or on weekends. The Certificate IV in Massage Therapy Practice training program takes a
minimum of 12 weeks or as long as 2 ¼ years to complete. The Diploma in Remedial Massage takes a
minimum of 36 weeks and a maximum of 2 ¾ years to complete. To enrol in the either professional
training programs you are required to make an appointment with the College Principal, where your
application for enrolment and training options will be discussed.

Correspondence Study Options

Correspondence courses are only available in Pathology, Anatomy & Physiology I and II. We recommend
you enrol in the classes run at the College whenever possible. We acknowledge that some students have
difficulty making these times due to travel distance or other restraints.

Teachers are assigned to assist you with your study program and provide feedback on receipt of the
work you complete on each lesson. You have a maximum of three months to complete each
correspondence course. All other courses at Om Shanti College are taught face to face.

Enrolment Conditions

Om Shanti College applies the following policy in assessing eligibility for credits and refunds:

         In the event of a course being cancelled by Om Shanti College you will be issued in full a refund of
          all fees paid in respect of that course.

         Where the student decides to withdraw from a course no refund, transfer or credit will be
          granted after fees have been paid.

         Non-attendance of a course or any part of a course, once a student has enrolled will not warrant
          a refund or credit.

         In the event of a student being unable to commence a course due to sickness or personal crisis,
          consideration will be given to a refund or credit. In this instance you must complete a
          Credit/Refund Application Form and attach relevant documentary evidence. Any credit or refund
          is subject to an administration fee. Consideration for a credit or refund of fees is at the absolute
          discretion of the College Directors.



Om Shanti College reserves the right to alter the timetable for our courses at any time, either before or
during the term.



Under no circumstances will the College accept any responsibility, financial or otherwise, for changes
in personal circumstances or work commitments which may occur after enrolment on a course.


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Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)
How to Apply for RPL:
Application forms are available from College administration and must be forwarded along with relevant
documentation at least four weeks prior to enrolling. An administration fee is applicable for all RPL
applications with the exception of mutual recognition. If there is sufficient evidence in the application
and supporting documentation, no further assessment may be necessary.

If Further Assessment is Required for RPL:
If further assessment is required, it may take any practical form consistent with the assessment criteria
for the claimed competencies and the principles of validity, reliability, fairness and flexibility. The form of
assessment may be negotiated with the applicant and may consist of interview, written assignment,
practical skills assessment, exam or other method. A fee will be charged for any assessment process that
may be necessary.

Successful applicants are notified promptly of the RPL outcome.

If an Application for RPL is Unsuccessful:

An applicant who is unsuccessful will be advised of the reasons for non-recognition and any training
recommendations by College Administration




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Modules to Units of Competency – Cert IV in Massage Therapy Practice – HLT 40307




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Accreditation
Government Registration
Om Shanti College of Tactile Therapies is Government accredited. Our Registered Training Organisation Number is 88133.
This Registration means that we can issue a Nationally recognised qualification or statement of attainment. Registration
means the course meets national quality assurance requirements and that we comply with Commonwealth, State/Territory
legislation and regulatory requirements regarding OH&S, harassment and anti discrimination in all of our operations.




Industry Accreditation
The Association of Massage Therapists Ltd provides information and networking opportunities, liaises with the health industry
on behalf of members, and is helping to further build the reputation of professional massage therapists.

Members receive regular newsletters, product and AMT workshop discounts, and an AMT conference is held each year. Both
student and professional members are also able to receive indemnity/liability insurance at a reduced cost, and student
members receive AMT membership at a reduced cost the year after graduation.

Entry to AMT membership reflects your level of training and experience, and via the Continuing Education Unit (CEU) system,
provides a structure for you to continue your lifelong learning in massage therapy and related modalities.

AMT membership forms are available from the College. Once you have completed Stage 1 Units, you can request a letter
from the College confirming your enrolment in an accredited massage therapy course and eligibility for student membership
and indemnity/liability insurance.




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                                   Fees and Discounts
Subject                                    Full Price                                     Early Bird
Swedish Massage                            $500                                           $450
Anatomy & Physiology 1                     $500                                           $450
Correspondence option A&P 1 , A&P 2        $500                                           $450
and Pathology only
Therapeutic Massage                        $500                                           $450
Therapeutic Clinic                         $250                                           N/A
Anatomy & Physiology 2                     $500                                           $450
Communications                             $500                                           $450
Swedish Student Clinic                     $250                                           $450
Remedial 1 Upper Techniques                $500                                           $450
Remedial 2 Lower Techniques                $500                                           $450
Remedial Clinic                            $250                                           $450
Biomechanics                               $500                                           $450
Sports Massage                             $500                                           $450
Sports Clinic                              $250                                           $N/A
Pathology                                  $500                                           $450
Theory of Clinic                           $500                                           $450
Advanced Clinic                            $250                                           N/A
Community Service hours                    No Fee
Re-Sit Examinations                        $75
RPL initial application (per subject)      $75
RPL Assessments, per hour or part          $100
thereof
Alternative Assessments, per hour or       $75
part thereof
Missed Class extra tuition                 $75 per hour


Text Books:
Human Anatomy and Physiology by Elaine Marieb                                                $155
Pathology for the Health Related Professions by Ivan Damjanov                                $140
Atlas of Skeletal muscles Stone & Stone                                                      $90

N.B: These fees are accurate at time of print. All fees are subject to change and the College reserves the right to vary course
fees at any time.


Early Bird Discounts:
These are available for most courses if fees are paid in full by the advertised date each term. This discount is offered each
term at the discretion of College Administration and may be discontinued at any time.

Discount Privileges with other Organisations:
Special discounts are offered to Om Shanti Students throughout their training. You will be advised of where you may claim an
Om Shanti Student discount as they arise.

Special Offer Discounts:
On occasion extra discounts may be given for workshops or packaged courses. These are advised at the time of offer.




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