CE Calendar

Classes listed below are available for Oregon contact hour continuing education.  All classes are either within Oregon or taught by Oregon instructors.  Questions and registration should be directed to the instructor or individual web site.  OMTA events that require registration are available for online registration.

If you are an instructor and would like your Oregon contact continuing education class listed, please contact us (OMTACEops@yahoo.com) for more information.

Upcoming events

    • 03 Aug 2015
    • 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
    • LCC Downtown, 101 W. 10th Avenue, Room 104

    Presenter: Andrea Bailey

    Topic: DIY Marketing Planning for LMTs 

    Details TBA

    **The meeting will be from 6:30 - 8:30 pm and participants are eligible for 2 hours of CEU's. Anyone can attend the meeting for free, however, to receive the CEU's there is a $5 fee for OMTA members and a $10 fee for nonmembers.  Remember to bring cash or a check!  We cannot accept credit cards at this time.**

    We try to end the meeting at 8:30 pm and then have a period of time to network when we are done presenting. Please feel free to bring your own snacks/dinner with you.  We are located in Lane's New Downtown Center across from the public library at 101 W. 10 Street.  We will be meeting in Room 104. The building is a LEED Platinum, energy efficient complex that includes multiple green features like rainwater harvesting, passive ventilation, solar energy and solar thermal generation and geothermal heating and cooling, among other things. 

    Our next meeting is: 


    If you would like to present (approximately 90 minutes), or know someone who might - please contact Amy Lee at leea@lanecc.edu.  You can receive non-contact continuing education credits for presenting.         

    Lane Community College has partnered with the Oregon Massage Therapists Association (OMTA) to create the Lane County Massage and Bodywork Association which provides monthly continuing education opportunities.  

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