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Course Overview

The ITEC Level 3 Diploma in Sports Massage  comprised 5 mandatory units.
a.    Anatomy and Physiology for Sports Massage
b.    Principles of Health and Fitness
c.    Professional Practice in Sports Massage
d.    Understand the Principles of Soft Tissue Dysfunction
e.    Sports Massage Treatments

What You Will Learn?

Anatomy and physiology for sports massage – understand the structural organisation of the human body, the structure and function of the skin, skeletal system, muscular system, joints, nervous, endocrine, cardiovascular, lymphatic, respiratory, digestive, urinary; effects of sports massage on the body systems; principles of health and fitness - understand the benefits of an active, healthy lifestyle; know the components of fitness; know the principles of training; importance of healthy eating; professional practice in sports massage - understand legislation required in sports massage; understand scope of practice in sports; understand the standards relevant to the sports massage profession; understand the principles of professional practice in sports massage; understand how to produce, maintain and store client records understand the principles of soft tissue dysfunction - understand soft tissue dysfunction; understand the process of repair of soft tissue sports massage treatments - understand the history and development of massage; understand the fundamentals of sports massage treatment; understand how to assess and screen clients for sports massage treatments; be able to carry out client assessments; be able to devise sports massage treatment plans; be able to apply sports massage treatments; understand evaluation of sports massage treatments; be able to evaluate sports massage treatments the main skills the learner will perform are:

  • Consultation methods – to include obtaining informed consent prior to assessments and application of the massage where necessary, carrying out accurate client assessments, obtaining information on the possible cautions and contra-indications to massage before commencing any treatments, adapting the massage routine to meet the specific needs of the client
  • Applying sports massage treatments – to include preparing a safe and hygienic working environment, performing pre-event, inter/intra-event and post-event massage techniques, maintenance, selecting massage mediums, evaluating the effectiveness of the treatment and giving aftercare advice the learner will also develop knowledge about client care and communication, health, safety and hygiene, relevant legislation and professional standards which are essential to work and be successful in the industry.
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Admission Requirements

GCE O/N Level


Progress Pathway

VTCT (ITEC) Level 4 Certificate in Sports Massage (运动按摩文凭第四级)