1 x Canine Myofunctional Therapy Course to give away

 
February 20th, 2017
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The National College of Traditional Medicine (NCTM) offers courses in a wide range of diplomas, certificates, short courses in the studies of natural medicine for equine and companion pets nationwide. NCTM courses are conducted online and there’s  friendly and supportive staff to assist with any student enquiries along the way.

For more information on the courses offered at NCTM, visit www.nctm.com.au

DOGSLife has 1 x Canine Myofunctional Therapy Course – Professional Dog Massage Certificate to give away! The certificate is valued at $2995.00 and includes all course materials.

Please read the terms and conditions below before entering.

  • All course materials are included.
  • The course begins on the 9th May 2017 online via webinars and there is a five-day ‘hands-on’ practical week in Victoria that the student must attend from 20th September – 24th September 2017. These dates are subject to change.
  • The prize does not include airfares, transport to accommodation/airport, or the cost of the accommodation or meals.

**To enter, please leave a comment below telling us in 25 words or less why you would love to win**

Entries close 12pm April 1. Winners will be chosen and contacted on April 3.

Please remember to sign in and update the Contact Info for Competition section and read the Condition of Entry before entering.


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5 Responses to 1 x Canine Myofunctional Therapy Course – Professional Dog Massage Certificate to give away

  1. Kell says:

    so exciting ……Who WON???

  2. Kell says:

    I am Qualified to massage humans, and I have done Horses and Dogs by instinct …this course sounds amazing, what a fantastic career opportunity. BEST PRIZE EVER!!!!

  3. Birte says:

    I am just about to finish my Certificate 4 in Animal Behaviour this year and that would be the perfect addition to my current qualifiactions. One of my friends has done the course and recommended it to me. Would be so great to have the Myofunctional Therapy Course next on my list

  4. I work for a vet that offers rehabilitation, including hydrotherapy and laser therapy. This will allow us to offer more services to aid in recovery

  5. A professional Vet Nurse, I’m always looking to expand my trade/skills to achieve better ways to help our pets other then drugs or surgery.