Continuing education and credentials

The continuing education program is part of a Quality Assurance program within each regulated health profession. Please note that some associations may have a minimum and maximum allowable credits provided to any given modality. As such, the CE numbers will vary across associations. It is advisable to verify the numbers allowed per course by your regulating association.

Contact us if your professional association / organization is not on this list.

CMTBCThe College of Massage Therapists of British Columbia is the regulatory body for registered massage therapists in the province of British Columbia. It acts on behalf of all British Columbians to ensure registered massage therapists always deliver safe and effective treatments.

A Registered Massage Therapist (RMT) who properly reports to Quality Management Committee (QMC) at CMTBC and has successfully completed course #101 Lower Body Protocols, can apply for up to 24 credits in the Practical Education category as detailed by relevant cycle of the QMC CE/PD program.

For more information please contact the College of Massage Therapists of British Columbia at: #103 – 1089 West Broadway, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, V6H 1E5. 

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NHPC: Natural Health Practitioners of Canada (NHPC) sets internal standards that are used as a baseline for recognition of school programs that teach NHPC recognized modalities. All registered members of NHPC must be graduates of an NHPC recognized program. Currently NHPC recognizes the Bowen College training program under the Discipline (D) level. To gain membership with the NHPC, you must have graduated from a Discipline level NHPC-recognized program, for an NHPC-recognized modality. Bowen College is an NHPC recognized school with credited programs under the Bowen modality.

You can visit NHPC at: 6th Floor, 10339 – 124 Street, Edmonton, Alberta, T5N 3W1. For an up to date list of Bowen College programs at NHPC.

NCBTMB: The National Certification Board approves the Bowen College for Therapeutic Massage & Bodywork (NCBTMB) as a continuing education Approved Provider.

For a complete list of credits for each Bowen College course visit then at: www.ncbtmb.org > Continuing Education Provider > Find Approved CE Provider > enter “Bowen College Inc” in Organization field

CNPBC: The College of Naturopathic Physicians of British Columbia automatically approves Bowen courses offered by Bowen College for credits. Registered naturopathic physicians who complete a Bowen course can submit proof of attendance and receive maximum allowable credits by CNPBC.

You can contact CNPBC at: Suite 840, 605 Robson Street, Vancouver, BC V6B 5J3

BDDTN: The Board of Directors of Drugless Therapy currently regulates the Naturopathic Profession in Ontario – Naturopathy established in Ontario in 1925 under the Drugless Practitioner’s Act (DPA), Regulation 278.  NDs must be registered with the BDDT-N in order to practice Naturopathic Medicine in Ontario. BDDTN has been approving Bowen College courses since 2006. You may verify the number of credits for the Bowen College course you wish to register for with BDDTN.

CMTNL: Massage therapists practicing in Newfoundland and Labrador are required to be registered with the College and to be members of the Newfoundland and Labrador Massage Therapists’ Association.   For the number of CE credits per Bowen College course please contact CMTNL the Education, Quality Assurance & Scope of Practice Committee at: [email protected]

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