Chiva-Som Academy launches online courses for spa and wellness careers
Leisure Opportunities
Job search
Job Search
see all jobs
Latest job opportunities
star job
Leigh Sports Village
£16,777
Leigh Sports Village
star job
Xercise4Less
Competitive
Rugby, UK
CV Life
Competitive salary based on experience
Xcel Leisure Centre, Coventry, UK
Forestry England
£18,235pa FTE
Wendover, Aylesbury, UK
Everyone Active
Unlimited earning potential
Camberwell Leisure Centre, London, UK

Chiva-Som Academy launches online courses for spa and wellness careers

Training opportunities
training opportunity
Les Mills
location: Nationwide, United Kingdom
more training

Chiva-som International Academy, a professional wellness school in Bangkok, Thailand, has announced the launch of online educational courses for the spa industry.

Managed by luxury Thai wellness resort, Chiva-Som, the academy’s courses will be conducted remotely from Thailand, in English, through an interactive online platform to provide e-learning to spa owners and managers, therapists and all who are interested in stepping into a wellness career.

The collection of programmes will feature an Anatomy and Physiology module on 14-25 September 2020, while individual Spa Development and spa management courses can be arranged, subject to the student’s time zone and number of registered applicants, from 1 August 2020 onwards.

To begin with, there will be three courses open for submission with a limit of 15 students per course who will have the opportunity to interact and gain knowledge from the experienced course educators.

Registration is now open here.

Anatomy and Physiology online course

This ten-day course provides a basic introduction to the human body, covering areas such as structure and function of various systems within the body, including disease and disorder.

It is designed for those working in beauty therapy, complementary therapy or any related field to help therapists administer treatments safely and accurately while recognising contraindications.

Towards the end of the course, the academy will conduct theory examinations. Separate CIBTAC examination dates will be issued annually by the Examining Board. Once completed, the E-CSA Professional Certificate in Anatomy and Physiology will be presented to a successful student.

The course will during 14-25 September 2020, with a total lecture timeframe of 60 hours. It is priced at THB17,000 per person (£430, €474, US$539).

Spa Development online courseThis course provides an in-depth understanding of how to start up and implement a spa business in the current environment, as well as how to operate after the pandemic.

It is designed with owners of start-ups in mind or for those who work in spa businesses and are interested in opening their own. There is no prior spa background experience required.

The course runs over five days and can be registered for after 1 August 2020. The programme involves 30 hours of lectures and is priced at THB 39,000 per person (£987, €1,089, US$1,235).

Spa Management online course

Created for spa owners and spa managers who manage spas on a daily basis, this five-day programme is designed to help people achieve their business goals.

The course looks at operations via the nine key functions of the spa manager, along with providing an understanding and knowledge in managing a spa professionally with various approaches to achieve effective results. Previous experience in the industry is preferred but not essential.

The course can be booked from 1 August 2020, with a total lecture timeframe of 30 hours. It is priced at THB 39,000 per person (£986, €1,087, US$1,236).

Sign up for FREE ezines & magazines
Chiva-Som International Academy, a professional wellness school in Bangkok, Thailand, has announced the launch of online educational courses for the spa industry.
SAB,CPW,CAS,TRA
2020/THUMB345934_495037_822612.jpg

More News

1 - 15 of 42,974
26 Oct 2020
Boutique operator, The Refinery E9, has launched a personal trainer (PT) service with a twist, by offering customers the opportunity to take part in exercise ... More
26 Oct 2020
Gains made getting people more physically active over the last few years were all but 'cancelled out' during the first seven weeks of lockdown, according ... More
23 Oct 2020
The University of Portsmouth is gearing up to open its new £57m Ravelin Sports Centre. The new building will feature a swimming pool, climbing wall, ... More
23 Oct 2020
Mid Ulster District Council (MUDC) in Northern Ireland has won a landmark VAT case, which could see councils in the country receive a multi-million pound ... More
23 Oct 2020
Six UK-based creative companies have teamed up to launch the Vigilante Group, described as a "rebellious team of creative companies" looking to "liberate the world ... More
22 Oct 2020
For those who missed VAC 2020 – the annual UK Conference for Visitor Attractions – there’s still the chance, until 12th November, to catch it ... More
TVS Sport Surfaces
TVS Sport Surfaces
22 Oct 2020
The government has pledged to invest £100m in supporting public leisure centres this winter, as part of a £1bn additional support package for local councils. ... More
21 Oct 2020
Gyms in Liverpool,UK, have been given the go-ahead to reopen, following a dramatic week of negotiations. The city had originally been excluded from the UK ... More
21 Oct 2020
Be Military Fit (BMF) has completed a restructuring project, designed to transform the outdoor fitness provider from a centrally-led company into a franchise business. Shareholders ... More
20 Oct 2020
Rod Hill, former president of TRIB3 and director general of Anytime Fitness Iberia, has signed a master franchise agreement with énergie Fitness to develop 75 ... More
20 Oct 2020
Persistent and rising levels of lifestyle disease across the world have exacerbated the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, according to Richard Horton, editor-in-chief of The ... More
19 Oct 2020
Customer experience software provider, AskNicely, has announced it will host a new virtual event called the Global Frontline Experience Summit. AskNicely believes that a memorable ... More
Hussle HQ
Hussle HQ
19 Oct 2020
In breaking news, HCM understands the UK government has removed gyms and fitness facilities from the baseline measures for future tier 3 closures. This means ... More
19 Oct 2020
Globally, gyms have, on average, seen nearly 70 per cent of their pre-lockdown members return to their facilities since re-opening their doors. The global figure ... More
16 Oct 2020
A UK government U-turn – just announced – will see gyms and leisure centres staying open in Lancashire as the county goes into tier 3 lockdown. ... More
TRP - The Retention People
TRP - The Retention People
1 - 15 of 42,974
ResortSuite
ResortSuite