Why Should You Choose CCMH?

Why Should You Choose CCMH?

Real World Experience
Our Student-Intern Clinic is open to members of the public, which allows students to learn and improve practical skills while helping people who have a real need for Massage Therapy.

Community Involvement
CCMH is committed to helping to improve individuals in our community. Our Outreach and In-reach programs offer opportunities for treating community members who may have certain ailments or disabilities, and allow students experience in providing hands-on healing. Students must complete, at minimum, (i) 30 hours of Outreach/In-reach clinical practicum; and (ii) 64 hours of hospital placement. All clinical experiences are organized by CCMH staff and supervised by Registered Massage Therapists to ensure a meaningful learning experience. To find our more about our Clinical Practicum component please go to Clinical Practicum Program.

Comprehensive Curriculum
Our Massage Therapy program builds a strong understanding of the human body through competency based instruction, with hands-on learning, including over 330 hours of practical clinical training. Upon graduation, our students have attained the knowledge, skill and ability necessary to be successful healthcare practitioners.

Small Class Sizes
Our small class sizes allow for personal attention and easy access to educational resources. In our practical classes the ratio is a maximum of 12 students per instructor.

Certified Educators
CCMH picks faculty who have a love of teaching, and a willingness to pass on their dedication and expertise to our students. All our instructors are highly credentialed and our faculty members include RMTs, chiropractors, physiotherapists, medical doctors, and doctorate-degree holders. Find out about our instructors.

High Provincial Test Results
Our graduates are fully prepared to write the certification exams, which includes both a practical and theoretical exam. CCMH students have been continuously awarded top marks at the Objective Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE) and Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ) registration exams.

Recognition
Our diploma is recognized by the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario (CMTO) and provincial associations across Canada. Our College is registered with the Ontario Ministry of Education’s Private Career Colleges Act. As of April 1, 2009 graduates who have passed regulated exams from legislated provinces are now able to work coast to coast, including British Columbia.

Flexible Start Dates
At CCMH, we provide our students with three different starting options each year. This enables you to commence your education at a time best suited for you; January, May or September.

Successful Career Placement
CCMH’s online Career Portal assists our students and graduates with available employment opportunities. CCMH further provides outstanding career opportunities through our exclusive Premier Partnership Program. To find our more about this program please go to Premier Partners Program.

National Footprint
CCMH, along with our sister school, the West Coast College of Massage Therapy, is the only school of its kind having a national footprint, with campuses in Ontario, Nova Scotia and British Columbia.

The Latest News
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Beverley’s Story: No Regrets!

Our students come from all sorts of backgrounds, but most commonly Kinesiology. Beverley Ball started out as a Kinesiologist, but now has been an RMT for 15 years. We spoke with Beverley to talk about her journey at CCMH and any updates that she’s encountered in Massage Therapy! What inspired […]

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Massage Therapy and Sports

Massage Therapy and sports often times go hand in hand. An interest in sports is what leads many of our students to become RMTs. Some of our students are athletes themselves who’ve taken up Massage Therapy to support other athletes. From figure skating to boxing, massage therapy is helpful to […]

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Starting a Business While Getting Certified in B.C. – An Update with Amanda!

Amanda Kihn graduated from the West Coast College of Massage Therapy in mid-August and completed her exams to become a Registered Massage Therapist in October. We reached out to chat with her about how she’s been keeping busy during the six-week wait for the results of her exams, her thoughts […]

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