Medical Aesthetician

Cosmetology clinic, Acid peeling, exfoliation, antioxidant, cosmetologist,

This program is approved as a vocational program under the Private Career College Act,2005.

The objective of the program is provide students with the knowledge and practical skills as an professional medical aesthetician, makeup Artist, Laser technician or start their own business. Our students have opportunity to develop skills through these program and spa like experience.

Aestheticians may use a variety of techniques and treatments on their clients, from basic steam facials to trendy treatments like seaweed wraps and paraffin facials. Their work involves the use of creams, lotions, masks, serums, and wraps, many of which are created with antioxidants, botanicals, essential oils, and infused scents that provide the client with a sensory experience that promotes relaxation and rejuvenation.

Aestheticians also often use mechanical or electrical appliances and devices, such as microdermabrasion machines, brushing machines, jet oxygen, atomizers, and galvanic current to achieve the desired effect.

These tutorials are always presented in a positive and creative environment, making graduates always professional and relevant in society. Course Content:

Course Length: 28 weeks (1000 hours)
Level of Study: Diploma

Registered under private career college (PCC)


With a condensed format of 28 weeks, the Esthetician Ontario College Diploma program prepares you to enter the high-demand wellness industry in less than one year. Learn and apply the latest esthetics trends to promote health and well-being in this growing, dynamic industry. By combining theory and hands-on learning, the Esthetician program teaches you essential skills in skin care, nail care, hair removal, makeup application and body treatments. The skills you gain at Health and Beauty Canadian College open the doors to a variety of wellness careers at:

• day or resort spas

• wellness centres
• beauty institutes
• health clubs

• cruise ships
• cosmetic firms

Specific positions include:
• esthetician
• cosmetician/makeup artist
• nail technician
• beauty consultant
• product representative for manufacturers
• distributor and retailer of esthetic products

You may also choose to pursue self-employment opportunities or small business ownership after completing the program.


The graduate has reliably demonstrated the ability to:

• Perform a variety of specialized body and skin care treatments following correct procedures and precautions and supporting client needs (including and not limited to facials, manicures, pedicures, hair removal, and makeup applications).

• Use a range of specialized equipment and products, in compliance with established national, provincial, industry, and other related standards, regulations, policies, and procedures.

• Apply relevant knowledge of anatomy, physiology, and histology to the provision of specialized esthetic treatments and services.

• Adhere to health, safety, sanitation, and infection and prevention control guidelines, according to current legislation and national, provincial, municipal, and industry standards and legislation.

• Identify business skills and activities required for the successful establishment and operation of a small esthetic business in a salon or spa environment.

• Establish and maintain professional relationships in adherence to standards and ethics associated with the profession.

• Develop customer service strategies that meet and adapt to individual needs and expectations in accordance with professional standards and ethics.

• Determine professional development strategies that lead to the enhancement of work performance and career opportunities, and keep pace with industry change.


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