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Florida College Of Natural Health

Overview

Florida College of Natural Health (FCNH) is a system of career-training schools that have been providing education in the fields of massage therapy and skin care for over 20 years. The college has three campus locations throughout Florida -- Fort Lauderdale, Miami and Orlando. FCNH offers concentrations in therapeutic massage, skin care, paramedical skin care and electrology. Associate degrees and professional diplomas are awarded upon program completion. Students can graduate in as little as five months, depending on the program selected. The school is owned by the Steiner Education Group.

The Florida College of Natural Health is accredited by the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges (ACCSC).

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Points of Distinction

  • Three locations in Florida
  • Hands-on career training
  • Over 20 years of experience in massage therapy and skin care education
  • Graduate in as little as five months
  • Career assistance helps graduates find work
  • Member of the Steiner Education Group, a subsidiary of Steiner Leisure Limited

Faculty

The faculty at Florida College of Natural Health come from backgrounds in the massage therapy and skin care industry. Faculty members uses their professional experience to prepare their students with the practical knowledge and skills needed to succeed in the job market. Instructors use a combination of class time and hands-on learning experiences to train students on the proper techniques.

Student Life

The Florida College of Natural Health is a commuter school and does not offer on-campus housing arrangements for students. FCNH students will gain hands-on career training and work on live patients at the school's student clinic. Being a career-focused school, students will study only the material they need in order to begin their career in as little as five months. The school is owned by Steiner Education Group, a subsidiary of Steiner Leisure Limited. Steiner operates over 200 spas worldwide, including land-based and cruise ship locales. The company actively recruits graduates from its SEG member schools for employment. FCNH's three campus locations are near to some of Florida's best beaches and largest attractions.

Sources:

  1. Home Page, Florida College of Natural Health, http://www.fcnh.com/
  2. Accreditation, Florida College of Natural Health, http://www.fcnh.com/accreditation.html
  3. Programs, Florida College of Natural Health, http://www.fcnh.com/programs.html
  4. Career Services, Florida College of Natural Health, http://www.fcnh.com/career-services.html
  5. Public Clinic, Florida College of Natural Health, http://www.fcnh.com/clinic.html

Source: Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS) 2015-16, National Center for Education Statistics, https://nces.ed.gov/ipeds/

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