Course FAQs

Fertility Massage Training FAQ’s

Who can take this course?

Practitioners of complementary therapies who hold a recognised qualification in anatomy & physiology and are insured to touch the whole body.

Due to new CNHC Special Licensing regulations, all therapists practising a “Post Graduate” course must have a massage qualification.

What can I do if I am not a bodywork practitioner?

If you wish to have insurance and practise Fertility Massage amongst clients, you will need to gain a massage qualification. You can take this course and complete a recognised massage qualification after.

If you are attending for your own personal use and to use amongst friends and family, you can attend without a massage qualification.

What qualification will you gain?

On successful completion of the 4 day and exam a Fertility Massage Practitioner’s Certificate will be issued.

On completion of the 4 day course only, you wil receive a certificate of attendance to gain your CPD points.

Are there any case studies to do?

If you choose to partake in the exam process and receive your certificate as a Fertility Massage Practitioner, then the requirement is 12 – 18 case studies.

 

What is involved in the exam process?

There will be an open book theory exam comprising of multiple choice and short answers which can be taken online .

The practical will involve students demonstrating the Fertility Massage as a full treatment on the final day of the course.

Who is the course approved or recognised by?

Fertility Massage is accredited by Federation of Holistic Therapists, CThA (Complimentary Therapists Association) and AAMT (Australian Association of Massage Therapists)