2018 ABMP School Forum Schedule Released

Join us for the 2018 ABMP School Forum at the historic Brown Palace hotel in Denver, Colorado! Since 1997, the ABMP School Forums have brought together the brightest minds in bodywork education to share ideas that shape the future of massage therapy.
 
The 2018 schedule is based on your feedback, and includes more opportunities for sharing and collaboration, additional tracks for managers and educators, and topics that address your reported pain points, including:

  • "Good Questions: How to Think About the Future of Massage Education" with Les Sweeney
  • Manager Focus: "School Operations—Pooling Our Best Ideas" with Kristin Coverly
  • Education Focus: "Improving Student Outcomes Through Well-Written Rubrics" with Anne Williams

Get the full schedule at www.abmp.com/educators/abmp-school-forums.
 
Remember, this is the only ABMP School Forum of 2018, so don't miss your chance to join top educators from around the country to share ideas that shape the future of our profession. What can you share that will stimulate progress? What advances are working in your classrooms? How are you empowering the next generation of massage professionals? Join the conversation and lead the change. We need your voice. If you are a school owner, director, admissions representative, instructor, career services counselor, or curriculum designer—this is your conference!
 
Bonus for ABMP School Members!
 
ABMP Premier schools can claim a free seat before February 1, and ABMP Enhanced schools save $100 on registration before February 1. Call 800-458-2267 to contact Kathy Laskye (ext. 1649) or Becci McCormack (ext. 1633) to register. Discounts cannot be applied online.

Category: 

News

Minnesota Introduces Licensing Bills for Massage and Asian Bodywork Therapies

Serve the best interest of your profession and the public while ensuring ongoing competence and high standards of practice. How? Support licensing efforts in Minnesota! Write a letter to your elected officials, sharing why licensure is an important and necessary step to advance the massage therapy industry.

ABMP Advocates to Protect the Autonomy of the Arizona Massage Board

ABMP submitted written commentary to the Arizona legislature regarding House BIll 2169, which would merge the Arizona State Board of Massage Therapy with the Arizona Barbering and Cosmetology Board. We are opposed to this legislation and invite you to read our comments and write to your elected officials.

Blog

Benefits

Featured ABMP Discount Partner: ExpertVoice

Your membership with ABMP earns you an invitation to join ExpertVoice, an exclusive online community where you can receive discounts of up to 70% on more than 300 top brands.

Please note: We have recently updated our Privacy Policy and Terms of Use. Learn more...