Massage Therapy Program California Massage Therapy council certified graduates of Kingston University who completed massage therapy training programs of 600 hours or higher as Certified Massage Therapist since September 2009. The University has been maintaining a good standing by complying with all applicalbe lasw and regulations and is currently seeking approval by CAMTC under the Massage Therapy Act approved in September 2014. The University will disclose its new CAMTC School Approval Code once available. The contact information of the Council is as follows:
Kingston University is an Assigned School (Code: 490019-05) by the National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage and Bodyworks (NCBTMB). Graduates of the Massage Technician 1000-hour Training Program will be eligible to sit for the Board Certification Exam. Future information can be obtained by contacting NCBTMB listed below:
National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage and Bodyworks
PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS The University is affiliated with American Massage Association (AMTA) as a member of its Council of Schools (COS) and adheres to AMTA's national standards for Massage Therapists established by the association. AMTA's contact information is as follows:
STUDENT AND EXCHANGE VISITOR PROGRAM (SEVP) Kingston University is authorized under the Federal Law to enroll nonimmigrant students and issue Certificate of Eligibility (Form I-20) to international students under F-1 or M-1 visa status.