For over 18 years the Melbourne Institute of Massage Therapy (MIMT) has been delivering the highest quality massage & myotherapy education.
We are passionate about providing a world-class educational environment that will encourage our students to succeed in their chosen career.
Known as the Industry professionals choice, MIMT delivers courses from Introduction to Massage, Certificate IV in Massage (HLT42015), Diploma of Remedial Massage (HLT52015) to the Advanced Diploma of Myotherapy (22316VIC) as well as a wide variety of Professional development courses including the annual Soft Tissue Therapy Congress.
Online Service Standards
Welcome to MIMT's online learning.
You are embarking on a wonderful journey through the body and it all starts with our Health Science Modules.
Our online learning platform contains some of the health science modules and you may have decided to complete all of them online or just some of them as stand alone subjects.
Each module will be activated as per your timetable provided in your course manual.
Once activated you will have access to the lecture 24/7 and you will have the ability to pause, rewind and fast forward each lecture.
Assessments for each module will take place at the college so please check your timetable for the assessment date and also to keep a track of where you should be in the module in relation to your classmates studying face to face.
You do have the opportunity to attend a review class for each subject which will be highlighted as "review" on your timetable. This session is always scheduled before the assessment and gives you the opportunity to fine tune your studies and ask any questions you may have regards the subject.
Please use your course notes that will have been provided and complete the quizzes to test your knowledge.
If you need any assistance as you progress through the course then please contact the college on 9455 1926 or email email@example.com.
Accessing the course using a tablet:
Please that your online learning is written and developed around the use of a laptop or PC. The specifications of your handheld device will determine how well the course is displayed and is therefore not recommended.