The TTC prepares the student to apply to become a licensed trainer with the Reflexology Association of Canada.
For those of you interested in taking your reflexology services to the next level, the Teacher's Training Course may be for you. Following is information on how to become a Foot, Hand, or Ear Reflexology Teacher. Please contact me with any questions or if I can be of further assistance.
Many reflexologists spend much of their practice gaining experience and building their business within their communities. Once they have reached a certain plateau, many wonder what the next step is. Teaching is a natural progression and choice for many today. Not only does teaching offer personal satisfaction, but it also strengthens one's own professional career. By educating and developing skilled and qualified practitioners, a teacher supports the growth of a strong and vibrant profession while supporting the association by encouraging new membership.
This ensures the ongoing recognition and credibility of reflexology both regionally and on a national and international scale. The reflexology teaching profession is an open market for qualified and enthusiastic individuals. Following completion of the RAC Teacher Training Certification Program, a RAC teacher is qualified to guide students through the RAC programs in a range of settings, including colleges, trade schools, and Continuing Education Programs as either separate programs or electives. Completing RAC Certification qualifies a reflexologist for licensing in Ontario and for provincial registration in other provincial bodies.
Instruction for Foot Instructor Certification and/or Ear or Hand Teacher Certification. The hours may be formatted in a schedule as needed. Training will include instruction through review of prescribed texts, lectures, practical exercises, assignments, quizzes, assessments of lesson plans and mini presentations in the following:
Prescribed Texts: Instructor Training Manual – Foundation Text for all Teacher Training Courses (supplied by Trainer) and most current RAC Foot Student Manual & Workbook (purchased through RAC Head Office). Instruction will include:
Prescribed Texts: RAC Instructor Foot Training Manual (for review purposes). RAC Ear or Hand Instructor Training Manual and most current RAC Ear or Hand Student Manual. Instruction will include:
Upon completion of Part I of the Instructor Training and based upon written approval of the Trainer, the Instructor Trainee may commence with their apprenticeship Part II.
Evaluation will be inclusive of (but not be limited to) previous class participation, completion and quality of all assignments, lesson plans and Open Book Review results.
If successful, the newly designated 'Instructor Trainee' may apply to the Reflexology Association of Canada to become a Licensed Teacher. The class must be taught in a professional setting following all established protocols outlined in their Teacher Training Manual.
The Trainee will be asked to video tape or photograph their teaching environment to ensure professionalism on the job.
For start dates and more information, please contact Danielle.
Location: Niagara/Hamilton/Burlington/Oakville, ON