The function of the College is to protect the public by registering massage therapists and regulating the massage therapy profession. Through the approval of the Lieutenant-Governor, and with the consent of the Minister of Health and Community Services and Cabinet, the College is empowered to make regulations governing and directing…
September is in full swing and pumpkin spice has bombarded coffee shops and bakeries across the province. The CMTNL has been busy preparing for this weekend’s upcoming AGM on Sunday, September 24th, from 1:00pm to 3:00pm. If you are choosing to attend in person, we will see you onsite at The Emera Innovation Exchange (Signal Hill campus) at 100 Signal Hill Road, St. John’s. Those members who RSVP’d for the virtual route, the online link will be sent via email by Friday, September 22nd.
In our goal to increase transparency through education and communication, the CMTNL is proud to announce the launch of our first Quarterly Communication Newsletter. [insert audience applause here, lol]. Each quarter, the CMTNL will release a Communications Newsletter geared towards:
Educating the public about the Registered Massage Therapy profession
Informing the RMT membership about upcoming events
Reminding RMTs (and the public) about aspects of Regulation and/or Standards of Practice that RMT’s are mandated to abide by.
In this first September Quarterly Communication, you’ll find information about the CMTNL as a regulatory board, find out how RMT Member fees are used in Regulatory Governance, and learn what to expect within a typical Registered Massage Therapy Treatment.
We hope you enjoy the first of many more to come!
If there are any topics that you would like to see covered, please feel free to pass them on via email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you would like to contribute to the development of an upcoming Quarterly Communication let us know – send us an email to email@example.com.
Thank you and take care,