Once you've finished your course, we appreciate that you'll need some help and along the way to turn your qualification into a successful career. Our Alumni programme offers a range of resources, support, job opportunities & discounts.
Membership of the programme is free forever and automatic from the day you qualify.
Go to Alumni members area
Support - Advice Service
We'll teach you about a range of conditions which you'll encounter on a regular basis, but there will be lots more you've never even heard of. Our experienced tutors are on hand to offer you advice on tricky clients or conditions, CPD opportunities, marketing, accounting and even your tax return.
Resources - Everything you need
We pride ourselves in giving you all the tools required for the job. On graduation, you are given access to templates for client record cards, risk assessments, policies, simple accounting, marketing materials and more.
Job Opportunities - Earning potential and world class experience
Our graduates are in demand from employers, sports clubs & teams, event organisers and more. We arrange paid work with our partners exclusively for our graduates. We've done everything from 5k races to international strongman competitions, allowing our graduates to put their skills to use whilst earning or getting to handle elite athletes.
Discounts - Increasing your bottom line
We work hard to ensure running your business is as profitable as possible:
- 10% discount on any further courses with the sports massage academy, such as the Level 4 Certificate in Sports Massage Therapy.
- Discounts on essential equipment and supplies, such as massage tables and kinesiology tape.
- Discounted insurance with our partners Balens.
Graduate of the Month
Rachel Robertson - March 2021
Level 3 Diploma in Sports Massage Therapy
I joined the Royal Navy at 19 years old to be an Aircraft Engineering Technician & 13 years later I am still currently serving. I have always been quite sporty & loved keeping fit, with Navy giving me so many opportunities to participate in & learn new sports. I am part of the Royal Navy Bobsleigh Team & a snowboard instructor; so as you can imagine, I'm no stranger to a sports massage. I just found it so fascinating and I was always asking questions about what they are doing & why they are doing it, so I knew for me it was the way to go.
How have you used your new qualification?
Shortly after completing the Level 3 Course & the Kinesiology Taping CPD, I set up my own business, Muscle Movement Therapy in Yeovil. This was all undertaken in my spare time, where I do most of my work from home, but on occasion I offer mobile treatments. I have an ever-growing client base & hopefully, when my Naval career comes to an end, I will be in a good position to take this on full time.
What did you think of the Level 3 Diploma in Sports Massage Therapy course you attended?
After undertaking a fair amount of research looking into which course to do, I decided that the Sports Massage Academy was for me. Everything from the beginning to the end is just second to none - from the first contact I had, to attending the course tutored by Dani in Bournemouth, followed by the aftercare provided through the alumni programme. It is so refreshing to have that extra support & access to advice from experienced graduates with a wealth of knowledge, knowing that the Sports Massage Academy is there to help all their students thrive in their new career paths. I'm now really looking forward to starting my level 4 course next month!
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What would you say to anyone looking to train in Sports Massage Therapy?
If you are in a position to do it, go for it - you will not regret it! Once you start your course, get as much hands-on practice as you can with family & friends. This will not only build your confidence when you graduate, but you'll feel like you're in a much better position to go ahead and start your own business. Be prepared not to know everything but continue learning as much as you can from courses, reading & other's experiences - remember it is a journey, not a destination.
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