I believe that the time i have spent at ACFB, has massively improved my massage knowledge & skill base. The course has really challenged me this year & constantly being tested has forced me to become a better Massage Therapist.
I really enjoyed the hands on learning, getting to feel the muscles and identify them was very interesting. Also loved receiving the relax massages!
It has really made me feel confident in my own abilities to go out on my own. Knowing a certain way of doing things gives me a platform to work with.
When I came in to trainers to practice it was very good, trainers showed me with no problem.
The trainers are kind, nice, patient, they are quite knowledgeable and east to understand.
My trainers always encourage student to ask questions and participate with others in class. However most of time because of time limit, I asked after class
The students and staff at ACFB became my 'massage family' who I looked forward to seeing each week. We had fun, shared knowledge and took solace when we had problems.
The way in which the student clinic is set up is great and very realistic.
My most enjoyable experience at ACFB was when I was doing clinic (hands on) I also enjoyed the quizzes not so much the assignments but I just don't enjoy doing bookwork. 🙂
I have infact recommended the course to several people. My husband has studied PT through this RTO and couldnt be happier
Dee had a genuine interest in why I was doing this course and was very friendly and respectful every time I have spoken to her.
Dee has always wanted me to be the best trainer possible, sharing her knowledge and giving me as much advice as possible. And does regular check ins to see how im going with it all
The trainers at ACFB very clear with delivery and have a deep knowledge of the human body. They have years of experience in the industry and the knowledge shared was invaluable to me and my career.
I would recommend (and have) to others for the quality of education i received (as apposed to my previous college)
Delving into the relevant areas of study, but then practice, practice, practice, and constantly reminding us that we were capable and had learned what we required to be great in the industry