66 weeks (1350 hours) instructor-led full-time training
On college Medical and Esthetics clinic
Free financial consultation available. Financial aid may be available to those who qualify.
This program has been designed in compliance with the MTCU Esthetician Subject Specific Standard. This 1350 hours, 66 weeks program prepares the student in-depth knowledge of facial skincare; anatomy, physiology, and pathology; infection prevention and control; cosmetic Ingredients and product selection; skin typing and analysis; facial and body treatment; chemical peels such as glycolic peels, Jessner’s peels, TCA Peels, foto facials and microdermabrasion treatments; a variety of laser treatment like skin rejuvenation, skin tag removal, laser vascular lesion reduction, laser cellulite reduction, and laser acne treatments; laser hair removal; Botox and dermal Fillers, Nutrition as well as client consultation, recommending skincare products and Medical SPA operation.
Knowledge and skills
- The fundamentals of esthetics and medical esthetics with theory and practical
- Anatomy, physiology, pathology, histology, and terminology to the provision of specialized esthetic services
- Skin and cosmetic Ingredients relationship
- The different type of cosmetics and their use
- The proper hygiene, sanitation, and safety practices required for successful medical spa practice.
- Skincare, skin analysis, various Laser/ IPL, microdermabrasion treatment, chemical peels, waxing and laser hair removal, body treatments and cosmetic massages, Botox, and dermal fillers.
- Nutrition affects beauty.
- The importance of communication with clients, co-workers, and management
- The client consultation and Medical SPA operation
Following successful completion of the program, graduates of the Medical Esthetician program can expect to find employment in Spa and Medical Spa. Work as an assistant at a dermatology office, cosmetic surgeons, physician office, outpatient clinic, hospital, Independent clinic, Laser center, cosmetic dentistry, and Medical spa (physician required). And
Beauty day Spa, resort spas, salons, beauty institutes, health clubs, cruise ships, Fitness club beauty center, wellness center, home business, sales and marketing for cosmetic firm, educator, spa/clinic manager and they may be self-employed
- Medical Esthetician
- Sales Consultant
- Clinic Coordinator
- Laser technician
- Laser hair remove
- Spa Coordinator
- Salon and Spa coordinator
- Medical Dermatology Receptionist
- Beauty advisor
- Beauty treatment operator
Occupation NOC Code and Industry Outlook
Estheticians, electrologists and related occupations (NOC 6562), this is an occupation under Skills Matrix B in the NOC code. Employment in this occupational group has shown growth over the past decade. The employment outlook will be good for Estheticians, electrologists and related occupations (NOC 6562) in Ontario over the next 3 years.
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