Baker College of Cadillac Therapeutic Massage Program Granted Certification

November 06, 2009

Baker College of Cadillac officials today announced that its therapeutic massage certificate degree program has been granted certification by the National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork (NCBTMB). The organization also designated Baker’s Cadillac campus as an Assigned School for Nationally Certified Massage Therapists and Bodyworkers. This means that graduates of Baker’s therapeutic massage program are automatically entitled to take the NCBTMB’s national certification exam without having to first go through a lengthy approval process.

“Certification by NCBTMB demonstrates our curriculum meets national standards of excellence,” said Becky Stimak, Baker College of Cadillac clinical coordinator, therapy massage. “Our graduates can enter this industry confident that they are ready to begin a successful career in massage therapy or bodywork.”

The Baker College of Cadillac therapeutic massage program is certified through October 2011.

“We are proud our curriculum stood up to a rigorous national standard and appreciate the hard work and dedication of our instructors in securing this certification,” said Cindy Kelley, Baker College of Cadillac dean of health sciences. “Congratulations to Becky Stimak, who spearheaded and completed the certification process. She is the driving force behind our therapeutic massage program.”

For more information about the Baker College of Cadillac therapeutic massage certificate degree program, contact Becky Stimak via e-mail or call the admissions office at 231.876.3100.

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