Sport Massage
AIQ Level 4 Certificate
PC Code

The Level 4 Certificate in Sports Massage Therapy is designed to take your Sports Masseur Practice to the next level. Throughout the course, you will develop advanced client assessments, advanced Sports Massage techniques and also post-care advice skills. This Certificate will also fully prepare you for the demands associated with a career as a Masseur.

What will I learn?

The Active IQ Level 4 Certificate in Sports Massage Therapy provides you with the knowledge and skills needed to be able to treat and/or seek to correct common patterns of dysfunction and suitable pre-diagnosed injuries. There are three mandatory units:

– Conducting subjective and objective assessments.
– Provide sports massage techniques to prevent and manage injury.
– Treatment modalities to support soft tissue repair.

How will I be taught?

You will complete a variety of practical and theoretical sessions that will develop your knowledge and practical skills to the next level. Whilst in College you will have the opportunity to work with “real” clients in the Sports Massage Clinic situated in the iSTEM centre. All of your learning will be completed with the support of experienced and supportive tutors. 

How will I be assessed?

You will be assessed through coursework, a portfolio of evidence and practical demonstration/application and competency.

What can I do next?

Upon completion of this qualification you will have the opportunity to gain employment as a Masseur or even start you own business within the industry; if you are currently employed as a Masseur, it will develop your skills and knowledge to the next level.   

Entry Requirements

You will need to have completed a Level 3 Certificate in Sports Massage.

If the start date for your course has already passed we may still be able to accommodate you.

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