RAC no longer offers any courses, but the teachers & teacher trainers who used to be contracted by us now have the opportunity to license the right to teach using RAC materials. You can see a list of the, now, Licensed Canadian Reflexology Teachers (LCRT’s) and Licensed Canadian Reflexology Teacher Trainers (LCRTT’s) on our website.
How to become a Licensed Canadian Reflexology Teacher (LCRT)
To be eligible to be an LCRT, we require you to:
🔸Be a RAC Professional Member in good standing.
🔸Be certified to teach the modalities which you are interested in licensing. Current modalities available for licensing are Core Reflexology, Foot Reflexology, Hand Reflexology and Ear Reflexology.
🔸Have succeeded an anatomy & physiology course within the last 5 years. Courses with 40+ hours are preferred but courses with 20+ hours are accepted. Courses may be online or distance learning courses, but we need a copy of a certificate of completion and, somewhere, the number of course hours involved needs to be shown.
🔸Have current professional liability insurance.
🔸Have current certification in First Aid and CPR/AED. Standard/Advanced First Aid is preferred but Emergency/Basic is accepted. Level C (Children) CPR is preferred but level A (Adults) is accepted.
🔸Have (easy and regular) access to a computer with internet access. This is RAC’s primary means of communication. There are no exceptions to this criterion.
🔸Not have a criminal record, not have any pending criminal charges and not be on any abuse registries.
Notably, eligibility doesn’t guarantee acceptance. There is an application process and a peer review that eligible candidates must go through to determine whether the approval to license is to be granted or not.
If you’re interested in pursuing training to become a reflexology teacher, please visit our website in the to view the list of teacher trainers offering courses.