Frequently Asked Questions
What do I need to bring to the course?
- A pen and paper
- Two towels
- One cushion
Although there are shops/cafes near most venues, it is advisable to bring a packed lunch as we only have 30 minutes for lunch break.
If you are having 1-1 training, you may wish to bring along someone to practice massage on for the afternoon, otherwise we will work together. It all depends on how you wish to work.
For online training you will need a person to practice on who is happy working in the “zoom-room” with others for the last 2 modules. You will need a chair or couch set up for both your comfort.
What should I wear?
Whatever you feel comfortable in, but probably not your best silks, as we may be practicing with oil. I encourage casual wear rather than uniforms as some people living with dementia associate uniform with authority and power, and I wish to take away barriers to create equality of regard.
What is the course content?
What are the course times?
How do I pay?
What about cancellations?
Sometimes things go wrong and you may be unable to attend a course. If notification of cancellation is more than four weeks of the course date LMCT (LMC Training) will offer you a place on the next available course or refund you the full amount of the course minus a £45 administration fee.
What about accommodation?
What about equal ops?
How many students are on each course?
What happens after I book a course?
What if I need to contact you after a course?
Does this qualify me to practice massage?
Can I attend a course a second time?
Yes, some attendees like to go away and consolidate their knowledge before returning to further boost their confidence once they have more working practice. Others like to return for a refresher course and fulfill their CPD obligations.
If you attend the course a second time, you pay half the usual fee (this applies to group training only; this does not apply to privately organised training, and excepts half price 1-1 or 2-1 training). I am always tweaking & updating course content to keep it fresh. Repeat attenders feel they learn something new each time.