Bridging the Gap – Community Contribution
20 hours $35
Due to a great number of requests from our graduates and the community, we have designed this class for those who wish to volunteer and give back to the community. Massage therapists can volunteer table and chair massage, and is a fantastic way for you to meet people and become known in the community. More importantly, you will be helping make our world a little bit better one client at a time.
In order to receive CEUs for this class you will have to complete your 20 volunteer hours within 6 months of your registration date for the class.
Requirements for Bridging the Gap Enrollment:
- Bring in a copy of your State Certification as CMP or CMT.
- Pay your $35 enrollment fee.
- Fill out and turn in an elective application.
- Have your insurance company add Hands on Healing Institute as additional insured and attach copy to your insurance application.
- Receive HHI time sheet for your hours.
- Email the office details of your volunteer event – what the event is, where you are volunteering and, dates and times.
- Have the Volunteer Manager or whoever is in charge of the event sign off on your hours on your time sheet.
- Return the signed off time sheet to the office.
This class has an open enrollment which means you can register at any time. You can also take this class more than once. Volunteering to help those in our community that can’t afford your services is a very worthwhile endeavor. It is through this class that we hope our massage therapists will volunteer their time and share their expertise while earning CEUs.
Hands on Healing Institute is a private institute licensed to operate by the Bureau of Private Postsecondary Education for MT300, MT500 Massage Therapy Programs, and all continuing education courses.
Provider Approved by California Board of Registered Nursing.
Our approved Advanced Electives are accepted for city licensing and by the California Massage Therapy Council for State Certification.
Hands on Healing Institute reserves the right to add, cancel or postpone classes, change dates, instructors, or policies, and/or raise tuition from any published literature.