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|QQI Award Code||5M4468 Community Health Services|
The first year of the Complementary Medicine course aims to provide a foundation in areas such as Full Body Massage and Onsite Massage. Three types of certification are on offer; FETAC level 5 certificate, ITEC diploma and Certificate in Tuina Acupressure. The Certificate in Tuina is awarded by Active Health who are affiliated with Beijing University of Chinese Medicine, the World Health Organisations representative for traditional medicines. Click here for the Active Health web site.
The first year of the Complementary Medicine course aims to provide a foundation in areas such as Full Body Massage. Three types of certification are on offer; QQI level 5 certificate, ITEC diploma and Certificate in Tuina Acupressure.
The Certificate in Tuina is awarded by Active Health who are affiliated with Beijing University of Chinese Medicine, the World Health Organisation’s representative for traditional medicines.
Anatomy & Physiology (5N0749)
Work Practice (5N1433)
Body Massage & Figure Analysis (5N3465)
Word Processing (5N1358)
Professional Conduct & Business Awareness (J/101/2239)
Provide Body Massage for Complementary Therapies (D/503/7740)
Provide Indian Head Massage (D/601/4095)
This course leads to a QQI Major Award, and provides progression opportunities to a number of Higher Education courses, including those in the CAO.
To view CAO courses to which any Major Award (including this one) provides a possible Progression route, click below:
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