San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
- Hands on CPR Training with Cherie Garrison
- Lunch, Membership Meeting and big door prizes
- FREE Ethics (2 CE's)
All NJ Massage and Bodywork Therapy Licenses MUST BE RENEWED by NOVEMBER 30, 2014.
Renewal requirements are that the individual be certified in CPR/AED, complete 20 hours of continuing education, which shall include 2 hours of ethics. For more details on licensure renewal, please visit the Rules and Regulations page of the New Jersey Board of Massage and Bodywork Therapies.
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AMTA - New Jersey Chapter
The AMTA is a Member Driven Association and we are here to benefit the membership. We strive to promote Professional Credibility, and we hold our membership to a level of Standards and a Code of Ethics. We are also pursuing statewide governmental legislation to promote a higher level of professional standards in our industry.
The AMTA New Jersey Chapter aspires to promote the highest standards of excellence for our profession. We want to demonstrate that we care and will support our members to be great therapists through sponsored educational events and the many committees we have to address their needs. We want the members of our Chapter to be recognized throughout the State as Professionals who can be trusted to provide competent and loving service. We wish to continue to work in the spirit of cooperation and collaboration with National AMTA and with other professional Massage, Bodywork and Somatic Therapy Organizations. Finally, we want to have fun doing work that we love to do whether it is with clients, within our Association or wherever our responsibility takes us.