CAMTC Certification allows massage professionals to practice massage therapy throughout the State of California without the need to obtain multiple permits or pay additional fees.
On May 31, 2018 CAMTC Board of Directors approved a $50 increase in the initial application fee effective January 1, 2019, and a $50 increase in the recertification fee applicable to certificates expiring on or after January 1, 2019. This increase is the first in nearly a decade. Other fees will also be increased effective January 1, 2019. The full new CAMTC Fee Schedule is available here.
CAMTC Certificate Holders And Applicants - Understand Violations of CAMTC's Law
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On March 9, 2017 CAMTC’s Board voted to institute new policies and procedures to help students seeking certification.
1. If you attended a school that was in good standing at the time it closed and CLOSED before July 1, 2016, you may apply using your education from the closed school for CAMTC certification purposes as long as your application is received by CAMTC on or before December 31, 2018. If your application is received after this date you may still apply for certification using this education, but you must provide either continuous and current proof of a city or county permit to provide massage for compensation, or pass an education hearing. Please see the Policies and Procedures for Approval of Schools for more details on the applicability of this policy.
2. If you attended a school that has requested CAMTC school approval and is ultimately denied, you may still apply for CAMTC Certification using education from the denied school as long as your application for certification is received within 90 days of the effective date of denial.
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Notice Regarding Recertification
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