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At The Praxis Institute your success is our mission. We provide quality training to the community leading to employment, by creating an environment that enables students to engage in a mutually beneficial and supportive process.
The mission of The Praxis Institute is to provide quality training to the community leading to employment. Thereby, enabling students to engage in a mutually beneficial and supportive process.
We further believe that the primary goal of our institution is to offer programs with the necessary skills compatible with the needs and demands of today’s competitive job market.
Upon completion of this program students will have the skills and knowledge to apply and sit for the licensing exam by the National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork (NCBTNB) or by the Federation of State Massage Therapy Boards (MBLEx). In addition students will obtain certification in Spa Therapies, Deep Tissue, Sport Massage, Electro Stimulation, Ultrasound, Laser, Neuromuscular Therapy (granted by International Academy of Neuromuscular Therapies through partnership with TPI), and Holistic Manual Lymphatic Drainage (granted by the Manual Lymph Drainage Institute International through partnership with TPI) in order to seek employment in spas, facilities that treat athletic injuries or in clinical and medical settings where massage therapy is part of a patient’s rehabilitation program. Graduates will have skills to expand their marketability as massage therapist.
If you are interested in dentistry, applying for the Dental Assistant Program at The Praxis Institute is ideal for entering the industry. This 11-month, complete diploma program offers students theoretical and practical instruction in relevant topics and provides them with 80 hours of externship to help build their experience. Our goal is to give students at our campuses in Miami and Hialeah, FL, high-quality training programs that empower them to be competitive in today’s job market.
Pharmacy technicians assist pharmacists in organizing, labeling, and dispensing prescription medications to patients. Most states allow pharmacy technicians to mix some medications and contact physicians to gain authorization on refills, as well. Outside these medical tasks, they also may have administrative responsibilities, such as completing paperwork, monitoring inventory, and processing insurance claims.