Myotherapy College of Utah is accredited by the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges the which means our program is approved to train you to achieve the certifications you need to get started in a massage therapy job. You’ll use your designation as a Licensed Massage Therapist to help others in a clinical or spa facility, or even to own your own business.
Also, our school has a long tradition of working with students to get into a massage therapy job successfully and quickly. It takes as little as eight months to complete a basic massage therapy course, but you can set your own pace in the program by selecting the schedule that works best for you. Then, work with our placement department to find the massage therapy job that fits with your vision of your dream career.
Myotherapy College of Utah is accredited by the National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork (NCBTMB) as a continuing education provider (provider #450162-06). Myotherapy College of Utah is accredited by the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges (ACCSC).
Placement or Career Services at Myotherapy College of Utah Graduation does not end our involvement with our students. Your career success continues to be our concern for year after. With our placement services at Myotherapy College of Utah, we provide lifetime assistance to our alumni in the pursuit of their goals and dreams within the field of massage therapy.
The services provided by the Placement Department include
1.Resume creation, editing, and formatting 2.Current job list sent by e-mail at least twice a month with many job opportunities from the local area, including massage clinics, chiropractic offices, wellness centers, salons and spas, and available rental spaces 3.Assistance with the licensing processes in the State of Utah or any other state you can see yourself relocating to 4.Business start-up assistance including sole-proprietor or limited liability company set-up, city or county business licensing processes, and any other assistance you might need when it is time to start your own private practice. 5.Anything else you might run across on your journey to becoming a successful massage therapist.
Many times in life we think we have to face difficult situations by ourselves and the fear of the unknown can frighten us into inactivity or paralysis. When it comes to seeking employment in the massage field, my goal as the Director of Placement and Student Services is to make the process as easy and relaxing as the massage you will one day give upon graduating into the field of massage. There is no task too great that cannot be accomplished with the right knowledge and assistance and you will never have to go through these processes alone. All it takes is the first step in the right direction and if massage is the direction you wish to go, you will not walk that path by yourself.
Myotherapy College of Utah will assist you with every step on the way to your success!