Course Description
“Esthetics” is actually a term used to describe a philosophical approach to appreciating things of beauty, reverence and artistry. It’s quite fitting, then, that the practice of skin beautification in the health and wellness industry is also referred to as esthetics- sometimes even going by its original spelling, “aesthetics.”

Depending on their work setting or job title, estheticians may perform a wide spectrum of services, from simple facials, depilatory hair removal and even makeup application.

Estheticians are skincare specialists responsible for performing a variety of facial treatments designed to increase, improve, or maintain the health and appearance of the skin.

Estheticians are trained in skin wellness, most often helping their clients combat complexion problems through a number of therapies and practices.

Waxing, threading, or using depilatories to remove unwanted hair is a common practice for estheticians.

Estheticians often perform procedures and treatments that focus not only on the body, but on the mind & spirit as well – therapies such as hot stone massage, mud baths, and aromatherapy. These are popular additions to the repertoire of many estheticians and fall into our Spa Therapy category. This option requires additional training, however, combining our Esthetics program with our Spa Therapy program will allow you to offer the absolute best possible service to your clients.

This Esthetic course is delivered online via video training. You will study from the textbook, then log into the courses site to complete the exam. This comprehensive program will ensure you will learn all that is required to become a Professional Esthetician. You will be required to perform services as Facials / skin care treatments, hair removal, and make up. Model waivers are included as a download so you can gain your practical experience. Many of our students have found a salon of their choice to offer their services as an apprentice to gain hands on training.

Esthetics Outline:
Part 1 – Orientation
Chapter 1 – Skin Care History and Career Opportunities
Chapter 2 – Life Skills
Chapter 3 – Your Professional Image
Chapter 4 – Communicating for Success
Part 2 – General Sciences
Chapter 5 – Infection Control: Principals and Practices
Chapter 6 – General Anatomy and Physiology
Chapter 7 – Basics of Chemistry
Chapter 8 – Basics of Electricity
Chapter 9 – Basics of Nutrition
Part 3 – The Skin Sciences
Chapter 10 – Physiology and Histology of the Skin
Chapter 11 – Skin Disorders and Diseases
Chapter 12 – Skin Analysis
Chapter 13 – Skin Care Products: Chemistry, Ingredients, and Selection
Part 4 – Esthetics
Chapter 14 – The Treatment Room
Chapter 15 – Facial Treatments
Chapter 16 – Facial Massage
Chapter 17 – Facial Machines
Chapter 18 – Hair Removal
Chapter 19 – Advanced Topics and Treatments
Chapter 20 – The World of Makeup
Part 5 – Business Skills
Chapter 21 – Career Planning
Chapter 22 – The skin Care Business
Chapter 23 – Selling Products and Services
You are required to write exams in accordance to the Esthetics Fundamentals by Milady Publishing (Internationally Recognized)

Online Procedural training
Part 1: Skin Analysis / Facial Treatments / Facial Massage / Use of Machines
Part 2: Hair Removal
Part 3: Makeup / Related Beauty Services

This course does not include any textbooks, tools or products required to complete. You will need to supply them yourself as you proceed through the course and choose to perform services on models.

Based on 200 hour program

Price: $2,000.00 (not including registration fee of $250)

Textbooks: $300.00

Payments: Interest Free Payment Plan designed on an individual per student basis

Payment Options:

“This program does not require approval by the registrar of the Private Training Institutions Branch (PTIB) of the Ministry of Advanced Education, Skills & Training. As such, the registrar did not review this program”

We encourage you to look into various funding options available in your province.

We can’t guarantee individual eligibility with any specific funding agency or financial assistance program; however, below is a list of links that may help provide you direction.

Please check back regularly, as we will be adding to the list as more options become available:

Workers Compensation Benefits – British Columbia

Student Aid British Columbia

Workers Compensation Benefits – Alberta

Use of Registered Plans for Education

First Nations Post-Secondary Funding

Metis Employment and Training British Columbia NW Region

North Vancouver Island Aboriginal Training Society British Columbia

Metis Employment and Training Manitoba

Indian Friendship Center Youth and Employment – Ontario (Crystal Derochie)

Financial Assistance for Apprentices British Columbia

Batchewana Employment and Training Ontario

Work British Columbia – Finance your Education

Work in Alberta

Education and Learning Saskatchewan

Government of Manitoba Educational Assistance

Labor and Advanced Education Nova Scotia

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