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ICT Kikkawa College - Toronto

2340 Dundas Street West, Unit G-04,
Toronto, Ontario,
M6P 4A9, Canada

About ICT Kikkawa College - Toronto

35 Years of Educational Excellence: Attend an institution that has been operating for 35 years under consistent leadership by owners who are themselves health care providers, distinguished in their respective fields, respected educators and pioneers in the field of massage therapy education. ICT Kikkawa College is dedicated to graduating excellent therapists and practitioners who are able to determine the primary cause of the client’s complaint efficiently and accurately and to treat the condition effectively. Therapists and practitioners trained at ICT Schools exemplify excellence in professional behavior and standards, practice management and community service. They are committed to life-long learning and professional development.

ICT Kikkawa College - Toronto:
2340 Dundas Street West, Unit G-04,
Toronto, Ontario,
M6P 4A9, Canada

Programs Offered at ICT Kikkawa College - Toronto:

Beauty / Massage

ICT Kikkawa College - Toronto Advantages:

Combine Work and Study 
ICT classes end early in the day: The majority of our classes finish at 1:30 pm in the afternoon, freeing up time for those students who want (or need) to continue working while they pursue their studies.
We care: At ICT, we are deeply committed to providing a caring and supportive school environment for each and every student.  Our student-centered approach provides the kind of support system that makes a difference.  In the words of a recent grad: ‘’Thank you for all your support and guidance. Thank you for being there not just for me but for every single student that you have guided and helped and for all the upcoming students that you will be guiding to become the best RMT’s that they can be.”  (Josie Lattip, Alumna 2013) 
Teaching Excellence
ICT teachers are accomplished therapists, practitioners, and professionals who have responded to the "call to teach". Using ICT’s unique learning method called Student-Centered-Interactive-Learning (SCIL), our teachers involve students as much as possible in the learning process, encouraging contextual learning, which corresponds to real-life demands of practice and flourishes in your interaction with peers, professional colleagues and faculty. 
Employment Opportunity Registry
An Employment Registry providing a collection of job opportunities provided to the College by prospective employers is kept on site for the perusal of undergraduates and graduates of ICT Schools. New opportunities for employment are also emailed directly to members of our alumni association year round.
Student Association
The mission of the Student Association is to promote student issues and interests. Association representatives are involved in orientation activities, socials, peer tutoring and graduation planning. The Student Association also elects student representatives to designated administrative bodies.
Degree Opportunity at Athabasca University
As a graduate of ICT Schools' Massage Therapy program you can transfer up to 30 credits towards a 120 credit degree. As you complete your education in Massage Therapy you also complete one year of university. The tuition you incur in becoming a Massage Therapist also pays for one year of university education at Athabasca.
Alumni Services
ICT keeps in touch with its alumni through social media, notices of continuing education courses and old fashioned visits with smiles. Alumni receive preferred registration and discounts on school-sponsored events, continuing education courses, student referral program and treatments in our teaching clinic. 

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