About the College
The College of Massage Therapists of Prince Edward Island (CMTPEI) is a not-for-profit organization with a legislated mandate to regulate the practice of massage therapy in the public interest, for the Province of PEI.
The College is responsible for ensuring the mandate as set out in the Regulated Health Professions Act, Regulations and College Bylaws are fulfilled.
The mandate of the College is to:
- Service and protect the public interest in all we do
- Regulate the practice of registered massage therapists in the province
- Set educational and entry to practice professional standards
- Set continuing education standards
- Enforce ethical conduct, standards of practice, and continuing education
- Investigate complaints against registered massage therapists
- Consult with the government on the approval of schools and programs of massage therapy
The College Council governs, controls, and administers the affairs of the College in accordance with the Regulated Health Professions Act and Regulations. The Council deals with College business through the appointed Registrar.
The composition of the Council is defined in the Act and CMTPEI Bylaws. The Council is made up of six individuals. It includes four Registered Massage Therapists and two Public Representatives. The role of the Council is further detailed in the Bylaws. More information