Why join MTI?
Once you’ve graduated, joining the practitioner register is the next step. Whether you plan to start practising straight away or not, there are many benefits to becoming a member, including:
- Discounted Recent Graduate membership in your first year
- Discounted insurance rates from Balens and discount products and services from leading suppliers such as Physique Management and Songbird Naturals
- A free practitioner listing on the MTI website, meaning potential clients in your local area can find you via our directory
- Hear first about job opportunities with access to the member-only Facebook group. You can also ask questions, share concerns and successes with 300 fellow members, and take part in bi-monthly Ask the Expert Q&A sessions
- Early-bird booking offers for the annual MTI Conference, CPD workshops and other events
- Access to the online Members Area that is chock full of resources. It has a database of articles, research and Q&A sessions
- Membership of your regional group where you can: network, share skills and attend workshops, swaps, peer supervision and social events
- Support from your local MTI school through CPD, supervision and mentoring. If your school doesn’t offer this, MTI central can put you in touch with a supervisor
- Support from MTI central: ask us any question you have about your practice, whether it’s about skills, techniques, knowledge, business and marketing, motivation, self-employment and tax, personal development or anything else!
- Promotional materials to share including social media posts and leaflets
- Peace of mind for your clients when you tell them that you belong to an evidence-based professional body
- Quarterly e-newsletter with job vacancies, the latest research, industry updates and events
- Download the MTI logo for your website and promotional material and receive a ‘Qualified’ member badge
- Apply for membership of the Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council (CNHC), which enables you to work within the NHS.
Watch this video for a more detailed explanation from member Gerry Andrews:
Or you can also watch this video to hear direct from members why they choose to be part of MTI: