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The following is a statement released by the NCBMBT on March 16, 2020, announcing temporary acceptance of online massage CEUs for all continuing education credit hours for massage therapists renewing their licenses during the 2020 renewal year. Normally, massage therapists in North Carolina may only apply up to 12 hours… Read more »
Earlier this week, NCBTMB announced significant changes to their continuing education guidelines in two specific areas – 1) acceptance of energy work classes and 2) requirements for new massage CE providers. The details of changes to each area are listed below: Energy Work Classes Acceptance …NCBTMB will only accept energy… Read more »
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Massage therapists seeking a complete list of continuing education opportunities and CE providers looking for a better way to advertise their classes now have a new website designed as a resource for connecting bodyworkers with further training.
ABMP recently published a webinar with Debra Persinger of the FSMTB to address concerns from massage and bodywork educators regarding the MBLEx exam.
Burr Ridge, Ill./Overland Park, Kan. (March 25, 2016) – The National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork (NCBTMB) and the Federation of State Massage Therapy Boards (FSMTB) announced today the following joint statement: “NCBTMB and FSMTB are working toward a partnership regarding Continuing Education. We look forward to… Read more »