These 12 week, self-paced modules conclude with a required, 2-day lab at the state of the art MAT® Headquarters in Denver, CO. All online coursework must be successfully completed to attend the 2-day lab and test for certification.
|Start Date||Category||Lab Dates|
|April 6th||Cervical, Hand & Foot||June 25-26|
|Trunk & Spine||June 27- 28|
|Upper Body||June 27- 28|
|Lower Body||June 27- 28|
Looking for MAT® Continuing Education Credits? Check out our Online MAT® Refresher courses which fulfills the annual MAT® CEC requirement.
These non-credit, short-term modules are not approved by ACICS as part of the institution's accreditation and are offered for the sole purpose of continuing education, professional development, or preparation.
Prerequisite: MAT® module program students must be a licensed therapist or must hold a recognized fitness certification with a minimum of two years of experience as a fitness professional. MAT® module program students who obtain undergraduate coursework in Anatomy and Physiology or advanced placement by examination will also be accepted.
Suggested completion time is 12 weeks. However, those with advanced training and education in a related field and/or those with significant time to study may be able to complete the module more quickly. All participants are required to have successfully completed and passed the online training portion prior to attending the required 2-day lab and test for certification.
2-day certification labs require a minimum of 10 participants. In the event of low enrollment, registrants will have the opportunity to schedule the next available certification lab.
Registration is $4,200. In addition, participants will be responsible for purchasing their text book and responsible for travel and accommodations to attend the lab.
(MAT340 Applications and Assessment of Lower Body Muscle Function, 120 hours)
(MAT350 Applications and Assessments of Upper Body Muscle Function I and II, 120 hours)
(MAT360 Applications and Assessment of Trunk and Spine/Muscle Function , 120 Hours)
(MAT370 Applications and Assessments of Cervical Spine and Small Motion Muscle Function, 120 Hours)